Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$43.85 0.00 (0.00%)
19:59 EDT XOM Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $43.85
Market Cap 185.65B
PE Ratio 9.19
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 43.85 - 43.85
52-Week Range 30.11 - 83.49
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (7.37%)
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Following a disappointing end to Tuesday's session, stocks rallied anew on Wednesday amid talk the White House is in talks about reopening the shuttered U.S. economy as the number of coronavirus cases plateaus.
By David Moadel
Wednesday's big stock charts feature names that had encouraging recent news developments.
Over the past two days, leadership is being sourced from the names most severely punished in the coronavirus downturn, including airlines, casino and cruise line operators and hoteliers. The read-in is that investors are willing to wager that when the coronavirus issue subsides, there will be pent up demand to get out of the house and get back to enjoying life.
By Ian Cooper
With oil prices likely heading to $10 a barrel, it's best to avoid top oil stock like Exxon Mobil stock. All thanks to the oil price war spat.
Very few companies have avoided the coronavirus purge. But if you have the patience, Exxon Mobil stock may offer significant upside potential.
Don't let misplaced hope get the better of you - Exxon Mobil stock has completely run out of gas. This isn't the time to take a gamble on it.
March jobs data was bad, indicating the April and May reports could be worse, putting pressure on stocks to close the week.
Oil prices are skyrocketing on hopes of production cuts. Here are the best oil stocks to buy to profit from the rebound.
Though it may be temporary and hopefully it will be, some economists are forecasting a spike in the unemployment rate to 20% or higher. Mere speculation of that happening could be enough for the White House to push another round of stimulus.
Exxon's stock got battered last quarter, and investors fear a potential dividend cut. However, the company will bounce back sooner than you expect.
Exxon Mobil stock has sunk to levels that are shocking, but given the low valuation, investors should not jump on. It will take some time for things to get back on track.
The current collapse in oil prices is self-imposed. This means that when the world returns to normal, XOM stock will climb higher much higher.
Stocks retreated Tuesday, but losses, by the standard of a wild first quarter, were tolerable. With the first quarter of 2020 now in the books, it's clear that this was the worst quarterly performance for the S&P 500 since the global financial crisis. And that's despite a 17% rally by the benchmark equity gauge over the prior seven days.
Friday was a down day, but four of the past five have been up days for the Dow and it's worth pointing out that after one of the most rapid corrections/bear markets on record, plenty of bad news is already being consumed, but plenty of uncertainty lingers, too.
An impending bailout has sparked talk of restrictions on stock buybacks. Here are seven companies that should have cut back years ago.
Halting a three-day winning streak, stocks tumbled Friday as investors appeared to sell the news on the House of Representatives passing the $2 trillion stimulus and as coronavirus case data grew increasingly ominous.
Exxon Mobil is due to spend $14.27 billion this year on its dividend, but the coronavirus and oil war make XOM stock's 10% yield questionable.
It wasn't a precise replay of Tuesday, but the Dow notched a decent Wednesday gain with large contributions from Boeing and Nike.
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