Things have been pretty rosy for this week’s eagle.
Shares of Rose Rock Midstream, a Tulsa firm that moves, stores and markets crude oil, put on a nearly 10 percent burst last week.
RRMS stock set a new 52-week high of $48.88 before settling at $47.68 at Friday’s close. Friday also was the stock heaviest trading day in six weeks.
Longterm shareholders have benefited as Rose Rock stock has risen by more than one-third over the past year. The company also has boosted its dividend in that period, which also puts more money in shareholders’ pockets.
The company named after Oklahoma’s state rock, for at least this week is rocking the state stocks.
In a week when our local winners outpaced losers by nearly 5-to-1, there were thankfully slim pickings for our beagle.
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