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U.S. Silica Holdings (NYSE: SLCA)

18.00 -0.24 (-1.32%)

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SLCA $18.00 -1.32%
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Today's Open $18.36
Previous Close $18.24
Daily Range $17.69 - $18.97
52-Week Range $13.48 - $40.17
Market Cap $960.9M
P/E Ratio 16.43
Dividend (Yield) $0.25 (1.4%)
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Volume 1,654,224
Average Daily Volume 1,763,041
Current FY EPS $0.24


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U.S. Silica Holdings (SLCA) Description

U.S. Silica provides sand to industrial customers such as oil and gas drillers, foundries, building products manufacturers, glass makers, and chemical producers. Website:

News & Commentary

U.S. Silica Holdings' Stock Took a Wild Ride in December and Ended Down 13%

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U.S. Silica is looking better than many of its peers as of late, but management wants you to be aware of these factors in the current sand market.

Credit Suisse Starts US Silica At Outperform, Says 'It Pays To Be Well Established'

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After getting crushed to start December, infrastructure and MLP-related funds have bounced back.

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