Western Gas Partners Lp

NYSE: WES
$22.86
-$0.78 (-3.3%)
Closing price October 21, 2021
Many investors are staring at the high commodity prices and wondering what is the best way to play the energy sector. For those that need solid income and the potential for growth, the best way may...
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