XOM - Exxon Mobil Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
80.730
-1.420 (-1.73%)
As of 10:10AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close82.150
Open81.350
Bid80.930 x 1800
Ask80.930 x 800
Day's Range80.660 - 81.360
52 Week Range72.160 - 89.300
Volume2,091,558
Avg. Volume14,760,851
Market Cap341.797B
Beta0.80
PE Ratio (TTM)17.44
EPS (TTM)4.630
Earnings DateJul 26, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield3.28 (3.99%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-11
1y Target Est85.85
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  • ExxonMobil Targets 15% Cut in Methane Emissions by 2020
    Zacks2 hours ago

    ExxonMobil Targets 15% Cut in Methane Emissions by 2020

    ExxonMobil (XOM) undertakes several measures to curb greenhouse gas and expects to lower emissions by 2020.

  • How Chevron’s Downstream Segment Is Positioned
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    How Chevron’s Downstream Segment Is Positioned

    Could Chevron Be Positioned for Growth? In this series, we’ve looked at analyst ratings and target prices for Chevron (CVX) and analyzed the company’s debt and cash flow position to determine its future outlook. In Q1 2018, Chevron’s downstream earnings fell, contributing less to its total earnings due to narrower margins and lower throughputs.

  • Exxon CEO's Solution on Shares: Drill Big, Drill Better
    Bloomberg14 hours ago

    Exxon CEO's Solution on Shares: Drill Big, Drill Better

    Darren Woods is mounting a strong defense of his plan to rescue Exxon Mobil Corp. from its share-price slump with a multibillion dollar investment spree that’s at odds with the belt-tightening undertaken by rivals. Share buybacks will come only if there’s excess cash, the chief executive officer said in an interview Wednesday, ahead of a speech on the company’s strategy at Exxon’s annual meeting on May 30. Since Woods’ became CEO in 2017, Exxon has fallen 9 percent, compared with an 18 percent gain for its biggest rival, Royal Dutch Shell Plc. The CEO said he sees “a little bit of a disconnect” between the market’s short-term expectations and Exxon’s long-term planning.

  • Investopedia20 hours ago

    Exploring for Summer Profits in Energy

    Despite record corporate profits, a big tax cut, and falling unemployment, investors have been reluctant to bid stocks higher this quarter. There are no fundamental hints of an inbound bear market, so this may just be a manifestation of “Sell in May and Go Away,” an old stock market adage. In the Investopedia Daily Market Commentary webinar, we have been focusing on the reasons investors should stay involved in the market this summer.

  • The Wall Street Journal20 hours ago

    [$$] Exxon Pledges to Cut Methane Emissions 15% by 2020

    Corp. plans to reduce methane emissions 15% by 2020, the latest in a series of pledges by major oil companies to voluntarily curtail releases of the potent greenhouse gas. The Texas-based company also said it intends to cut flaring, or burning of natural gas, by 25% over the same period. Exxon’s move Wednesday, a week before its annual meeting May 30, comes as pressure from investors mounts on big oil companies to not only disclose climate-related business risks, but also take action to reduce emissions linked to global warming.

  • Are Chevron’s Upstream Earnings Poised for Growth?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Are Chevron’s Upstream Earnings Poised for Growth?

    Chevron (CVX) has upstream assets around the globe. CVX expects its production volumes to grow 4%–7% YoY (year-over-year) this year. In the first quarter, Chevron’s worldwide production rose 6.6% to 2.9 MMboepd (million barrel of oil equivalent per day). In comparison, in the first quarter, ExxonMobil (XOM) produced 3.9 MMboepd, and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) and BP (BP) produced 3.8 MMboepd and 2.6 MMboepd, respectively.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    7 Dividend Aristocrats That Could Outpace the Market

    Seasoned dividend investors know that there are big differences between stocks that pay dividends and companies that legitimately have “dividend stocks.” Companies in the latter category have, in many cases, displayed lengthy commitments to not only paying dividends but growing payouts as well. Many investors label companies with long dividend track records as “dividend aristocrats.” That is not just a catchy term. There are indices devoted to dividend aristocrats, including the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats Index.

  • Reutersyesterday

    UPDATE 1-Exxon to cut methane emissions in bid to tackle climate change

    Exxon Mobil Corp said on Wednesday it was targeting a 15 percent cut in methane emissions by 2020, the latest effort by an oil major to reduce its carbon footprint and address climate change concerns. Exxon, like oil and gas majors across the world, is working to placate environmentalists and governments who are concerned about pollution from fossil fuels. BP said last month it would keep carbon emissions flat over the decade to 2025 to help tackle climate change.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Exxon plans to cut methane emission by 15 pct by 2020

    Oil major Exxon Mobil Corp said on Wednesday it would reduce noxious methane emissions by 15 percent by 2020. The company said it also expects to lower natural gas flaring across operations by about 25 ...

  • How Chevron’s Segment-Wise Earnings Have Changed
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Chevron’s Segment-Wise Earnings Have Changed

    Chevron’s (CVX) earnings improved YoY (year-over-year) in the first quarter. Its overall adjusted earnings rose YoY from $2.3 billion to $3.6 billion, and upstream’s contribution rose from 51% to 92%. Contrarily, downstream’s contribution fell from 42% to 20%, and other activities dented earnings by 12%. Higher oil prices changed the company’s earnings mix. In this part, we’ll look at CVX’s upstream and downstream performance in the first quarter.

  • Exxon to Slash Gas Flaring 25% by 2020 in Emissions Push
    Bloombergyesterday

    Exxon to Slash Gas Flaring 25% by 2020 in Emissions Push

    Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to reduce the amount of natural gas it burns as waste by a quarter within two years to reduce climate-changing emissions, something long demanded by environmental groups and activist investors. Efforts will be focused on oil wells off the coast of West Africa, Exxon said in a statement on Wednesday. The practice, known as flaring, has been assailed as wasteful and environmentally harmful on every continent where oil is produced.

  • Business Wireyesterday

    ExxonMobil Announces Greenhouse Gas Reduction Measures

    ExxonMobil today announced greenhouse gas reduction measures that are expected to lead to significant improvements in emissions performance by 2020, including a 15 percent decrease in methane emissions and a 25 percent reduction in flaring. The company also announced its intention to improve its industry-leading energy efficiency in refining and chemical manufacturing facilities. ExxonMobil invests in lower-emission energy solutions such as cogeneration, flare reduction, energy efficiency, biofuels, carbon capture and storage and other technologies.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    [$$] CIBC's Big Stock Buys: Apple, Amazon

    As talks for the North American Free Trade Agreement trudge onward, Canadian banking giant Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce has made adjustments in its investment portfolio. The changes seem to suggest that the bank is more optimistic that the U.S. will smooth disputes with China—and that President Donald Trump’s ire will cool—more easily than with its Nafta partners. CIBC (CM) more than tripled its holdings in Apple (AAPL) in the first quarter, and raised its Amazon.com (AMZN) investment sevenfold from the end of 2017.

  • Analyzing Chevron’s Capex Trends
    Market Realistyesterday

    Analyzing Chevron’s Capex Trends

    Could Chevron Be Positioned for Growth? Chevron’s (CVX) capex is primarily focused on the upstream segment. In the first quarter, 88% of Chevron’s capex was in the upstream segment, 11% was in the downstream segment, and 1% in other activities.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Algeria's Sonatrach says no plans to buy more foreign refineries

    Algerian state energy firm Sonatrach has no plans to buy another foreign refinery after purchasing the Augusta refinery in Italy, Chief Executive Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour said on Wednesday. "For now it is not our plan to buy another one overseas," Kaddour told reporters, adding that the capacity of Augusta along with Sonatrach's Algiers and planned Hassi Messaoud refineries would enable Algeria to cover its needs. Sonatrach bought 175,000 barrel-per-day Augusta refinery in Sicily from ExxonMobil this month, the companies said.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] ExxonMobil sets new targets for reducing emissions

    The company is setting targets to reduce leaks of methane by 15 per cent, and flaring of unwanted gas by 25 per cent, by 2020, and will be deploying new equipment at its operations to achieve those goals. Methane, which is the principal component of natural gas, is a potent greenhouse gas, with a contribution to global warming that is many times greater than carbon dioxide.

  • Rigzone.com2 days ago

    ExxonMobil to Slash Gas Flaring 25% by 2020 in Emissions Push

    ExxonMobil plans to reduce the amount of natural gas it burns as waste by a quarter within two years.

  • These Companies Have Made the Fortune 500 Every Year Since 1955
    Fortune2 days ago

    These Companies Have Made the Fortune 500 Every Year Since 1955

    When the list debuted.

  • Is Chevron’s Debt Position Strengthening?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Is Chevron’s Debt Position Strengthening?

    Chevron’s (CVX) net debt-to-adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) ratio was 1.3x in the first quarter, below the average industry ratio of 1.6x. The industry average takes into account 13 integrated energy companies worldwide.

  • Pacific Islanders Want a Bigger Slice of Exxon’s Gas Profits
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Pacific Islanders Want a Bigger Slice of Exxon’s Gas Profits

    The tiny, impoverished nation of Papua New Guinea came out on the short end of a $19 billion development with Exxon Mobil Corp. to build one of Asia-Pacific’s biggest energy projects. By most accounts, the liquefied natural gas business that Exxon and partners built from scratch is an engineering and commercial success. The PNG LNG venture, which started operating in 2014, is delivering more fuel than expected to Asian economic giants Japan and China.

  • Could Chevron’s Cash Flow Improve in Q2 2018?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Could Chevron’s Cash Flow Improve in Q2 2018?

    Could Chevron Be Positioned for Growth? CVX’s cash outflow from investing rose to $2.9 billion from $1.5 billion. Its cash outflow from financing stood at $0.6 billion due to net debt inflow. In the first quarter, Chevron generated $5.0 billion in cash from operations but had a cash outflow of $3.0 billion in the form of capital expenditure and $2.1 billion in the form of dividends, totaling $5.1 billion of cash outflow and resulting in a $0.1 billion cash flow difference.

  • These Top-Ranked Oil Stocks are Heating Up
    Zacks2 days ago

    These Top-Ranked Oil Stocks are Heating Up

    These Top-Ranked Oil Stocks are Heating Up

  • InvestorPlace2 days ago

    4 Reasons Why Bitcoin Isn’t Going to Be a Long-Term Winner

    As with any revolutionary technology, it’s easy to make a long list of both the pros and cons of bitcoin. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have already produced an untold number of millionaires. At this time, however, the balance of bitcoin’s pros and cons favors the downside.

  • Where XOM, CVX, Shell, and BP’s Valuations Stand Post-Earnings
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Where XOM, CVX, Shell, and BP’s Valuations Stand Post-Earnings

    How Are XOM, CVX, Shell, and BP Trending in Q2 2018? Previously, we reviewed the changes in integrated energy stocks’ short interest. In this article, we’ll compare the forward valuations of integrated energy stocks ExxonMobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), and BP (BP).

  • Has Short Interest in XOM, CVX, RDS.A, and BP Plunged?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Has Short Interest in XOM, CVX, RDS.A, and BP Plunged?

    In the previous article, we analyzed institutional holdings in integrated energy stocks. In this article, we’ll consider changes in short interest.