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The High-Yield Dividend payers will continue to distribute dividends and can provide steady capital appreciation at the same time in the current low yield environment.
Some people see optimism going into 2019 despite all the recent volatility. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi it all down.
While screening the market for companies long track records of paying dividends, I came across Olin Corp. (OLN). Olin Corp. is a Clayton, Missouri-based producer of ammunition, chlorine and sodium hydroxide. Olin Corp. is a loyal dividend payer that has distributed payouts since 1985, though shareholders will have not seen a hike for over 24 years through Monday Dec. 10 when the company will pay a 20-cent cash quarterly dividend per share.
Meanwhile, Libya’s state oil firm declared force majeure at its largest oil field after members of the Petroleum Facilities Guard shut down pumps leading to tanks. Crude is paring this year’s losses after the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its partners defied U.S. President Donald Trump’s call for the producer group to keep taps open.
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Oil and gas producer Hess Corp and Conocophillips both expect production for 2019 to be higher than this year even as they spend roughly the same amount of money on exploration, the companies said on Monday. Hess said the lion's share of its 2019 capital expenditure will go towards exploration in Guyana and Bakken. Conoco will spend most of its capex in Alaska and Canada, it said.
Negative sentiment has dented investor confidence to such an extent that strong consumer spending and labor market data have failed to instill optimism.
Troll Phase 3 is considered one of Equinor's (EQNR) most profitable and flexible projects with a break-even of less than $10 per barrel.
plans $6.1 billion of capital expenditures in 2019, the oil and gas giant said Monday, which is about the same amount the Houston-based company will spend by the end of 2018. The 2019 capital budget includes funding for ongoing conventional and unconventional development drilling programs, major projects, exploration and appraisal activities, and base maintenance activities. The 2019 capital budget doesn't reflect potential dispositions that may occur in the year, the company said.
Investors looking for stocks with high market liquidity and little debt on the balance sheet should consider Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX). With a market valuation of US$221b, CVX is a safe Read More...