|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1100|
|Day's Range||68.62 - 69.92|
|52 Week Range||66.01 - 85.02|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.11|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.85|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.36 (1.99%)|
|1y Target Est||96.20|
In the previous part, we reviewed the changes in the institutional holdings in Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A). In this part, we’ll discuss the changes in Shell’s short interest.
We started this series by reviewing Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDS.A) stock price performance and moving average trends. In the previous part, we estimated Shell’s stock price forecast range based on its current implied volatility. In this part, we’ll discuss Shell’s dividend yield trend. First, let’s look at Shell’s dividend payment in the current quarter.
The implied volatility in Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has risen by nine percentage points compared to October 1 to the current level of 26%. During the same period, Shell stock has declined 15%. The implied volatility in Shell stock and its stock price have moved inversely during the quarter.
Determined to avoid a natural gas supply crunch, the Chinese authorities are handling gas supplies much better this winter as both imports and domestic production are rising
In this series, we’ve reviewed Chevron (CVX) stock’s moving averages, its decline this quarter, and how the company’s robust third-quarter earnings boosted it in November. In this part, we’ll estimate Chevron’s stock price based on its implied volatility.
The short interest (percentage of outstanding shares) in ExxonMobil (XOM) stock has risen from 0.67% on October 1 (the beginning of the current quarter) to 0.71%. Usually, a rise in the short interest indicates an increase in the bearish sentiment for the stock. During the same period, ExxonMobil’s stock price has fallen 10.3%. The short interest in ExxonMobil and its stock price have moved in the opposite direction in the fourth quarter.
We started this series by analyzing ExxonMobil’s (XOM) stock performance compared to crude oil and the equity market in the fourth quarter. We saw that ExxonMobil stock, oil prices, and equity markets have all fallen in the fourth quarter. We also reviewed ExxonMobil’s moving averages.
SINGAPORE/BEIJING/DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia is set to expand its market share in China this year for the first time since 2012, with demand stirred up by new Chinese refiners pushing the kingdom back into contention with Russia as top supplier to the world's largest oil buyer. Saudi Arabia, the biggest global oil exporter, has been surpassed by Russia as top crude supplier to China the past two years as private "teapot" refiners and a new pipeline drove up demand for Russian oil.
Shares in PetroChina, Asia’s most valuable oil company, touched their lowest point since March after big falls in benchmark crude prices.
Stocks in Asia slipped on Friday as investors remained wary amid heightened tensions between the United States and China, and uncertainties surrounding the U.K.'s divorce negotiations with the European Union. Oil prices continued their slump afternoon trading in Asia. The Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. government is attempting to sway companies that sell wireless and internet services in allied countries to stay away from Chinese telecommunications equipment firm Huawei Technologies.
Zhang Jianhua, the No. 2 official of state-run China National Petroleum Corp., will become director of the National Energy Administration, according to the Communist Party’s official People’s Daily. The administration didn’t respond to several faxes from Bloomberg seeking comments, while a CNPC spokesman in Beijing declined to comment. Zhang, 54, will take the reins as China attempts to pull off an extensive revamp of its energy sector.
Investing.com - PetroChina (HK:0857), the largest oil and gas producer in Asia and the second-largest oil refiner in China, saw its stock in Hong Kong rise 1.5% on Thursday, buoyed by a pair of crude supply agreements for 2019.
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In the previous part of this series, we looked at Wall Street’s ratings for Chevron (CVX). In this part, we’ll look at changes in Chevron’s implied volatility. We’ll also estimate Chevron’s stock price range for the seven-day period ending November 9.
Chevron (CVX) announced its Q3 2018 results on November 2. The stock opened at $114.9 per share, which was higher than its previous close of $111.2. This rise could be because Chevron’s Q3 2018 earnings surpassed Wall Street’s estimate. The stock saw a high of $117.1 and a low of $113.1 during the day. Eventually, CVX closed at $114.7—around 3.2% higher than the previous day’s close.
We started this series by analyzing Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDS.A) third-quarter segmental earnings trend. Then we discussed Shell’s stock performance after its earnings. In Part 3, we reviewed analysts’ ratings for Royal Dutch Shell.
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We began this series by examining BP’s (BP) segmental earnings in the third quarter. BP’s earnings rose and surpassed Wall Street analysts’ estimates in the period. We then discussed BP stock, which rose on its earnings release day. In the previous article, we reviewed analysts’ ratings for BP, which could strengthen going forward due to BP’s improving financial position.
At the beginning of this series, we discussed Total’s (TOT) segmental earnings in the third quarter. Then, we discussed Total’s stock performance after its third-quarter earnings were released. In Part 3, we reviewed analysts’ ratings for the company. In this part, we’ll discuss the changes in Total’s implied volatility. We’ll also estimate Total’s stock price range for the ten-day period ending on November 5.
In this part, we’ll review Total’s (TOT) stock performance after its earnings were released on October 26. Total stock opened at $56.5 per share on October 26—lower than the previous close of $58.2 per share. The stock opened lower despite better third-quarter earnings, which beat Wall Street analysts’ expectation. Total saw highs of $58.3 and lows of $56.5 during the day. Eventually, Total closed at $57.8, which was ~0.6% lower than the previous day’s close. On October 26, Total’s peers and the markets declined.
The short interest, considered as a percentage of the outstanding shares, in Chevron (CVX) has risen by 0.05 percentage points since September 27 to the current level of 0.92%. The short interest implies that the bearish sentiment in the stock has increased. During the same period, Chevron stock has fallen 4.3%.
In this part, we’ll discuss Chevron’s (CVX) stock price forecast, based on its implied volatility, for the 11-day period until its earnings. The forecast will be based on Chevron’s current implied volatility. The company is expected to post its third-quarter earnings on November 2.
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