|Bid||38.84 x 1000|
|Ask||38.89 x 1800|
|Day's range||38.76 - 39.10|
|52-week range||31.58 - 40.15|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.15|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.91 (5.02%)|
|1y target est||41.00|
NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2018-- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of ...
In this part, we’ll estimate Suncor’s (SU) stock price based on its current implied volatility. The implied volatility in Suncor (SU) has fallen by 6.6 percentage points compared to July 2 to the current level of 19.6%. During the same period, Suncor stock has decreased 3.3%.
In the previous part, we saw that Suncor (SU) stock has declined 3% in the current quarter. Now, let’s look at Suncor’s moving average trend in the current quarter. First, we’ll briefly review how moving averages trended in 2018.
In the previous article, we discussed Total’s (TOT) short interest trend. In this article, we’ll examine Total’s forward valuations compared to those of its peers.
In this article, we’ll look at Total’s (TOT) dividend yield trend. Before that, though, let’s look at its dividend payment in the current quarter.
In the previous article, we learned that Total (TOT) stock has risen 4% in the current quarter. Now let’s look at Total’s moving average trend in the quarter.
Equinor (EQNR) ranks fifth on our list of top eight dividend-yielding integrated energy stocks. The company’s market cap of ~$88.0 billion places it sixth among its peers.
With a market cap of ~$166.0 billion, Total (TOT) ranks fourth on our list of the top eight dividend-yielding integrated energy stocks. Total’s dividend yield currently stands at 4.7%. In the current quarter, Total paid a dividend of 0.62 euros per share (or $0.72 per ADR).
ENI (E) is the third-highest dividend-yielding stock on our list of top eight integrated energy stocks. ENI (E) has a current dividend yield of 5.1%. ENI made a dividend payment of $0.90 per share in the second half of 2015.
Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) is the second-highest dividend-yielding integrated energy stock in our review. The company also has the second-largest market cap of ~$269.0 billion among these top eight stocks.
In this series, we’ll rank eight integrated energy stocks on their dividend yields. BP (BP) occupies the top slot, followed by Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) and ENI (E). Suncor Energy (SU) has the lowest dividend yield.
Since July 2, the implied volatility in Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has fallen by three percentage points to the current level of 17%. During the same period, Shell stock has declined 7%.
Since it started producing in January of this year, the huge Zohr natural gas field off the coast of Egypt has seen its production increase six-fold
In the previous part, we discussed Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDS.A) stock performance, which has fallen 7% in the third quarter. Now, we’ll discuss Shell’s moving average trend in the current quarter. We’ll also discuss the company’s moving averages in the first and second quarter.
Eni's (E) current production at the Zohr field reaches 2 bcfd. Per initial estimates, daily output of natural gas was projected to touch 2.7 bcfd by 2019.
Emerging market contagion continues to spread in oil markets, but supply hiccups and bullish claims from OPEC have kept oil prices elevated
In the previous part of this series, we looked at Chevron’s (CVX) short interest changes. In this part, we’ll consider Chevron’s (CVX) forward valuations compared to its peers. Chevron (CVX) trades at a forward PE ratio of 14.0x, which is above its peer average of 11.6x.
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Eni (E) plans to fast track exploration activities in the newly-acquired assets to create long-term value for shareholders.