|Bid||71.00 x 50000|
|Ask||72.45 x 104300|
|Day's range||103.10 - 103.60|
|52-week range||80.44 - 104.80|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.35|
|Earnings date||9 Nov 2017|
|Dividend & yield||2.29 (2.00%)|
|1y target est||110.53|
DALLAS (AP) — Tests detected toxic substances in soil, water and ash samples taken from residents' property miles away from a Houston-area chemical plant that flooded during Hurricane Harvey, caught fire and partially exploded, according to a class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday.
DALLAS (AP) — The Latest on reports of toxic chemicals found in samples taken miles from a chemical plant that flooded, exploded and burned during Hurricane Harvey (all times local):
A Texas chemical plant where flooding during Hurricane Harvey caused multiple explosions is under criminal investigation. The Houston Chronicle reported late Friday that the Harris County district attorney's ...
A Texas chemical plant where flooding during Harvey caused multiple explosions is under criminal investigation. The Houston Chronicle reported Friday that the Harris County district attorney's office confirmed ...
A sheriff walks near a roadblock after a chemical plant operated by the Arkema Group had an explosion during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Crosby, Texas.
Smoke is seen rising from the Arkema plant near Houston after volatile chemicals there caught fire on September 1 in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey
Arkema executives say trying to move compounds out of its plant northeast of Houston as Hurricane Harvey was bearing down on the area would have been too risky
Emergency vehicles at a roadblock set up near a chemical plant in Crosby, Texas, where fires erupted overnight, forcing an evacuation of the surrounding area