Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$68.14 0.09 (0.13%)
20:00 EDT XOM Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $68.14
Market Cap 288.49B
PE Ratio 14.29
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 9.93M
Day's Range 68.08 - 68.88
52-Week Range 64.65 - 83.75
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (4.74%)
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A flood of shale deals were supposed to arrive this summer. They haven't. Does that mean oil executives themselves don't see value in a still-cheap sector?
Having learned some lessons in the past, Exxon Mobil is shifting resources away from unproductive projects to high-potential ones, bolstering the case for XOM stock.
The future looks bright for XOM stock. Plus, Exxon Mobil stock's dividend yields over 5%, making it an attractive value opportunity here.
Exxon stock has suffered under a negative domestic and international backdrop, but underappreciated tailwinds lie in the wings.
Weak energy prices are hurting Exxon stock but the setback is just a phase. Energy demand will eventually pick up, sending XOM shares higher.
General Motors disappointed investors, while Exxon cut profit forecasts. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
From a $1 billion small-cap stock to the largest U.S. oil company, investors can profit from these trending energy stocks.
As go oil prices, so goes XOM stock, and oil prices will likely remain rangebound for the foreseeable future.
Despite the risk, 30-something investors should protect their nest egg with red-hot stocks that also offer long-term value.
Reemerging trade concerns and fears that Democrats will move forward with impeachment proceedings hampered stocks today.
Strong production growth from diversified assets and potentially higher price realization will boost XOM stock in the coming years.
CVX, XOM and XLE stocks are energy stocks to trade now. The Saudi Arabia attacks place a bid below them so that the bulls have a strong base.
If you are looking for passive income, XOM stock offers a high and stable dividend yield.
XOM stock has fallen out of favor with Wall Street, but the stock is still a good long-term investment thanks to its history and dividend.
XOM stock has a safe and high yielding dividend. Higher oil prices will increase Exxon's cash flow and support future dividend increases.
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