|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 2200|
|Day's Range||73.84 - 75.32|
|52 Week Range||61.80 - 79.42|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.14%|
Energy's next move. With Cornerstone Macro's Carter Worth, CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, David Seaburg, Tim Seymour, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
Crude gets crushed. Is more pain ahead for energy? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, David Seaburg, Tim Seymour, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after Bank of America Merrill Lynch's weekly Flow Show report points to minimal flows in stocks and bonds. They do recommend a defensive posture unless and until there is an "event" or the Federal Reserve decides to ease up on the brakes. Energy and material stocks are seeing the most in-flows. Performance of the S&P 500 energy sector (XLE) components as of 12:45 pm ET: ANDV Andeavor -2.42% APA Apache Corp -5.04% APC Anadarko Petro -3.01% BHGE Baker Hughes a GE Co Cl A -3.31% CHK Chesapeake Energy Corp -7.47% COG Cabot Oil & Gas Corp -0.07% COP ConocoPhillips -5.64% CVX Chevron Corp -4.20% CXO Concho Res Inc -1.40% DVN Devon Energy -3.90% EOG EOG Res -2.75% EQT Equitable Res -2.18% FTI TechnipFMC plc -3.75% HAL Halliburton Co -4.97% HES Hess Corp -5.05% HP Helmerich & Payne -5.26% MPC Marathon Petro Corp -3.11% MRO Marathon Oil Corp -4.59% NBL Noble Energy -4.27% NFX Newfield Exploration -5.74% NOV National Oilwell Varco Inc -3.50% OKE Oneok Inc -1.36% OXY Occidental Petro -2.89% PSX Phillips 66 -3.40% PXD Pioneer Natural Res -2.65% RRC Range Res -2.15% SLB Schlumberger Ltd -3.95% VLO Valero Energy -3.18% WMB Williams Companies -1.27% XEC Cimarex Energy -2.85% XOM Exxon Mobil -2.65% Performance of the S&P 500 materials sector (XLB) components as of 12:45 pm ET: ALB Albemarle Corp -0.69% APD Air Products & Chem Inc -1.01% ARNC Arconic Inc -0.35% AVY Avery Dennison Corp -0.68% BLL(HB) Ball Corp -0.22% CF CF Industries Hldgs Inc -0.53% DOV Dover Corp -1.37% DWDP DowDuPont Inc -1.27% EMN Eastman Chemical -1.31% FCX Freeport-McMoRan Inc -1.58% FMC FMC Corp 1.25% IFF Intl Flavors/Fragr 0.47% IP Intl Paper -1.04% LYB LyondellBasell Ind N.V. 'A' -3.17% MON Monsanto Co 0.80% MOS The Mosaic Co (New) -0.59% NEM Newmont Mining -1.19% NUE Nucor Corp -1.25% PH Parker-Hannifin -0.82% PKG Packaging Corp America -1.43% PNR Pentair Plc -0.97% PPG(E) PPG Indus Inc 0.49% PX PraxAir Inc -0.94% SEE Sealed Air -0.02% SHW Sherwin-Williams 1.00% WRK Westrock Co -1.42% WY Weyerhaeuser Co 0.78%
The price charts for oil tell us that, so far, the direction of trend -- upward -- is essentially intact. The weekly chart gives us a wider, more dramatic view of the progress of oil's bull market which kicked off in February of 2016 and has remained in place, with only occasional dips, since then. Oil weekly, chart. Note that the relative strength indicator above the price chart is signaling a negative divergence from the previous price high to the recent higher high.
In Asia, President Trump's abrupt termination of the North Korea summit sent shares lower, but his decision to keep the possibilities open a day later led to a modest recovery. Looking at technical indicators, the relative strength index (RSI) appears neutral at 56.80, but the moving average convergence divergence (MACD) could see a near-term bearish crossover. Looking at technical indicators, the RSI appears neutral at 55.19, but the MACD could see a bearish crossover.
For the week starting May 21, crude oil (USO) prices have been leading the decline in energy commodities. Crude oil prices decreased from last week’s close of $71.37 per barrel on May 18 to $70.71 per barrel on May 24—a fall of almost 1% so far. Crude oil prices hit a 52-week high of $72.90 per barrel on Tuesday but retreated from higher levels since then.
On Thursday, the S&P 500 Index increased moderately by ~0.5% from last week’s close of $2,712.97 to $2,727.76. For the last nine sessions, the S&P 500 Index has been trading in a range of $2,711.45–$2,742.24. A break on either side of the range will probably decide the future trend for the S&P 500 Index.
Trading volume reached 55.4 million shares, enough to make the stock the most actively traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The selloff would be the biggest one-day percentage decline since it tumbled 10.7% on May 9, 2016. Weighing on the oil and gas company's stock was the 4.2% plunge in crude oil futures prices , which was triggered by talk that Russia and the OPEC oil cartel could increase output.
Energy stocks and sector-related exchange traded funds plunged Friday as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies consider raising production in light of the elevated prices. Oil ...
On May 17–24, US equity indexes’ correlations with US crude oil July futures were: the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index (DIA) at 74.8% the S&P 500 Index (SPY) at 71.1% the S&P Mid-Cap 400 Index (IVOO) at 56.9%
High crude oil prices and the improving natural gas pipeline capacity in the US have been driving the rise in US natural gas supplies. WTI oil prices have risen ~66.3% since June 21, 2017. The decline in OECD oil inventories, new sanctions on Iran and Venezuela, supply outages, and ongoing production cuts are driving oil prices higher.
Oil stock plays sank along with crude futures as OPEC and non-OPEC energy ministers met to discuss options to boost production.
Crude oil is suffering one its largest down days this year. Since this is the first major pullback seen since the XLE ETF broke out and started running, it presents a tasty opportunity for would-be buyers.
Energy has been on a tear recently, although analysts debate whether the sector's jumped too much too quickly, or if there's more strength left in its legs. Vermilion Research's Chief Investment Strategist ...
The S&P 500 fell ~0.2% to 2,727.76 on May 24. The decline in crude oil prices and energy stocks pressured the S&P 500. On May 24, President Trump canceled the summit with North Korea scheduled on June 12, which also pressured the S&P 500. The meeting was canceled due to hostility from North Korea.
The largest exchange-traded fund to track the energy sector tumbled in premarket trading on Friday, after reports that OPEC and Russia are considering lifting oil production. The Energy Select Sector SPDR ...
Since the 52-week low it saw in April, Williams Companies (WMB) has recovered ~14%. Despite these gains, WMB is underperforming the Alerian MLP ETF (AMLP) and the overall energy sector YTD (year-to-date).
On May 23, the EIA released its weekly US crude oil production data. The EIA reported that US crude oil production increased by 2,000 bpd (barrels per day) to a record high of 10,725,000 bpd on May 11–18. The production also increased by 1,405,000 bpd or ~15.1% year-over-year.
On May 23, the EIA released its crude oil inventory report. The EIA reported that US crude oil inventories increased by ~5.8 MMbbls to 438.1 MMbbls on May 11–18. However, the inventories declined by 78.2 MMbbls or ~15% YoY (year-over-year).
The S&P 500 rose ~0.3% to 2,733.29 on May 23 due to the rise in the utilities and real estate sector. On May 23, the Fed released the minutes for its meeting on May 2. The minutes highlighted that the Fed would increase the US interest rate gradually despite inflation rising at a faster pace. The meeting minutes supported the S&P 500 on May 23. Six out of ten key sectors in the S&P 500 advanced on May 23.
In this part, we’ll discuss Concho Resources (CXO), SM Energy (SM), Diamondback Energy (FANG), Noble Energy (NBL), and SRC Energy’s (SRCI) stock performances. The stocks reported the highest operating margins in the first quarter.
The FOMC’s May meeting minutes indicated that some of its members had turned bearish on inflation (TIP). This information played a major role in changing investor’s assessment of the Fed’s plan for future rate hikes. If members feel that inflation can’t sustain above 2%, there’s the chance that they could limit the number of rate hikes going forward.
In this part, we’ll discuss ConocoPhillips (COP), Occidental Petroleum (OXY), Devon Energy (DVN), EOG Resources (EOG), and Anadarko Petroleum’s (APC) YoY (year-over-year) stock performances. They were the top five upstream stocks with the highest revenues in the first quarter, as we saw in Part 1.
The Energy Select Sector SPDR (XLE) , the largest equity-based energy exchange traded fund, has faltered over the past couple of days, but that is not changing some market observers' bullish views on the resurgent sector. A combination of diminished global output and rising global demand have helped reduce the global supply glut that dragged on oil prices for years. Production cuts from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and their allies have largely contributed to the cut in supply.