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Green Plains, Inc. produces fuel-grade ethanol and corn oil, provides grain handling & storage, commodity marketing and distribution services. The company operates through the following segments: Ethanol Production, Partnership, Agribusiness and Energy Services and Food & Ingredients. Read More The Ethanol Production segment provides ethanol plants in Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska and Tennessee. The Partnership segment offers fuel storage and transportation services by owning, operating, developing and acquiring ethanol and fuel storage tanks, terminals, transportation assets and other related assets and businesses. The Agribusiness and Energy Services segment includes grain procurement, which markets, sells and distributes ethanol, distillers grains and corn oil produced at ethanol plants. The Food & Ingredients segment involves cattle feeding operations. Green Plains was founded in June 2004 and is headquartered in Omaha, NE.
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Latest Performance: Green Plains (NASDAQ: GPRE)
Green Plains is part of the basic materials sector and is part of the chemicals industry. The company CEO is Todd A. Becker. Green Plains Inc is an integrated ethanol producer. The company’s business segments are Ethanol Production, Corn Oil Production, Agribusiness and Marketing and Distribution. Geographically, it generates its revenue from the United States. Previous Intraday Trading Performance: The GPRE stock showed a previous change of 0.35% with an open at 16.95 and a close of 17.03. It reached an ...
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If you’re interested in Green Plains Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRE), then you might want to consider its beta (a measure of share price volatility) in order to understand how the stock could impact your portfolio. Modern finance theory considers volatility to be a measure of risk, and there are two main types of price volatility. The first category is company specific volatility. This can be dealt with by limiting your exposure to any particular stock. The second type is the broader market volatility, which you cannot ...
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