Schlumberger Ltd (SLB)
$18.86 0.72 (3.97%)
14:23 EDT SLB Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $18.14
Market Cap 27.05B
PE Ratio -20.96
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.05M
Day's Range 17.87 - 18.97
52-Week Range 11.87 - 41.14
Dividend & Yield 2.00 (10.60%)
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Schlumberger (SLB) is planning massive layoffs as the oil company struggles with declining revenue in the second quarter of 2020.
Investors are scrambling for income now that savings rates have evaporated, but some dividend stocks are less secure than they seem.
Covid-19 is an opportunity for investors to buy strong oil companies on the sector dip. Weaker energy demand means cash on hand is a must.
Moderna, Kansas City Southern, Boeing and Schlumberger were our top stock trades for Monday. That said, here's a look at the charts.
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International revenue growth and strong cash flows should bolster Schlumberger stock, worth buying off the correction.
Thursday's big stock charts feature 3 names that have struggled after earnings — and have mixed hopes for a rebound.
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Boeing, Amazon, Pinterest, Twilio and Schlumberger were our top stock trades as we head into the three-day holiday weekend.
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People's United Financial (NASDAQ:PBCT) reports Q2 operating EPS of 24 cents beats the average analyst estimate of 1 cents.Compares with 33 cents in Q1 2019 and 34 cents in Q2 2019."Our second quarter financial results compared to the prior year quarter were highlighted by a 15 percent increase in operating pre-provision net revenue and a 230 basis point improvement in the efficiency ratio," said CFO David Rosato.Q2 revenue of $495.2M missed the $503.14M consensus estimate and increased from $519.8M in Q1 2020 and $454.4M in Q2 2019.Q2 provision for credit losses of $80.8M includes allowance for credit losses increased $72.3M, primarily reflecting the impact of COVID-19; PCL compares with $7.6M in Q2 2019.Q2 net interest income of $405.6M increased from $396M in the previous quarter and $348.1M in the year-ago period; net interest margin of 3.05% slipped from 3.12% in Q1 and 3.12% in Q2 2019.Q2 noninterest income of $89.6M vs.
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