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Targa Resources Corp (TRGP.N)

TRGP.N on New York Stock Exchange

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About

Targa Resources Corp., through its general and limited partner interests in Targa Resources Partners LP (the Partnership), is a provider of midstream natural gas and natural gas liquid (NGL) services in the United States. The Partnership is engaged in the business of gathering, compressing, treating, processing and selling... (more)

Overall

Beta: 2.05
Market Cap(Mil.): $9,695.97
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 180.83
Dividend: 0.91
Yield (%): 6.79

Financials

  TRGP.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 22.07 33.38
EPS (TTM): -0.14 -- --
ROI: -2.61 15.29 3.55
ROE: -2.11 19.03 5.66

BRIEF-Targa Resources posts Q3 net loss of $10.7 mln

* Targa Resources Corp reports third quarter 2016 financial results

Nov 02 2016

BRIEF-Omega Advisors cuts in Facebook, ups in United Continental

* Omega Advisors Inc Cuts Share Stake In Targa Resources Corp By 58.7 Pct To 1.1 Mln Shares

Aug 15 2016

UPDATE 1-Targa Resources: 3 LPG cargoes canceled in past two months

HOUSTON, Aug 3 Targa Resources on Wednesday said three liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) export cargoes were canceled out of its Galena Park terminal near Houston, Texas in the past two months amid fluctuating Asian demand and collapsing prices.

Aug 03 2016

BRIEF-Targa resources reports second quarter 2016 financial results

* Targa resources corp. Reports second quarter 2016 financial results Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +1-646-223-8780)

Aug 03 2016

Oil traders lose millions as LPG glut shocks market

LONDON/BEIJING Traders in the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) market face a "career-ruining" glut that has led to millions of dollars in losses as Chinese buyers, far from coming to the rescue, are in a stand-off with oil companies to cancel deals.

Jul 19 2016

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