|Bid||129.08 x 100|
|Ask||133.97 x 100|
|Day's Range||130.21 - 132.00|
|52 Week Range||102.55 - 133.88|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||38.22|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.32 (3.28%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Chevron Corporation’s (NYSE:CVX) most recent return on equity was a substandard 4.45% relative to its industry performance of 9.13% over the past year. An investor may attribute an inferior ROERead More...
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When the energy sector slumped for much of 2017, Chevron (CVX) escaped the worst of the sector's pain, and it's even outperformed by a bit to start the year. Barron's and others are getting more positive on energy, and some analysts are thinking that 2018 holds more promise for the oil giant's stock. Not HSBC's Gordon Gray. With shares of Chevron up 28% in the last six months, he argues that Chevron's big bump has already happened.
The resurgence in crude oil is part of a saga that began with the onset of the Great Recession, but it took on an intriguing twist when Saudi Arabia launched a war on America’s fracking miracle. There were 1,609 oil rigs in the United States, Saudi Arabia was flushed with billions and American fracking stocks were unstoppable. While the supply-demand dynamic of oil has a lot of mitigating factors, ultimately there has to be strong demand and evidence of weaker supply.
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Chevron (CVX) could be an interesting play for investors as it is seeing solid activity on the earnings estimate revision, along with decent short-term momentum.
Chevron (CVX) is the seventh top dividend-yielding stock on our list of the top eight integrated energy stocks. Chevron is an American integrated energy company with upstream and downstream business segments. Chevron has a current dividend yield of 3.4%.
There is little doubt that China's voracious appetite for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is the prime mover behind the spot price for the fuel reaching its highest in more than three years, but what happens next? The current market view seems to be that China will suck up the super-chilled fuel as it continues efforts to switch to natural gas from coal as part of efforts to lower air pollution. While that's a reasonable assumption, it doesn't answer the question as to how the Asian spot LNG price (LNG-AS) will be affected by the seasonal drop in demand over the northern summer.
Oil majors are divided on whether Iraq is a profitable destination for producing crude, with Shell leaving the country while Chevron looks to return
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Chevron is resuming drilling in Iraqi Kurdistan and taking steps to send staff there again, a sign that tensions between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government are easing.
ExxonMobil (XOM) occupies the sixth position on our list of the top eight dividend-yielding stocks. XOM is an American integrated energy company with Upstream, Downstream, and Chemicals segments. XOM has a current dividend yield of 3.6%.
BP (BP) occupies the top position in our list of the top eight dividend-yielding integrated energy stocks. BP is a British integrated energy company with Upstream, Downstream, and Rosneft segments. BP has a current dividend yield of 5.6%.
* Chevron will resume oil and gas drilling operations at the Sarta 3 block in Iraqi Kurdistan "in the near future", a company spokeswoman said in an email. * The San Ramon, California-based company ...
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest in the markets.
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