Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$68.30 1.05 (1.56%)
18:36 EDT XOM Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $68.30
Market Cap 289.17B
PE Ratio 14.32
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 12.65M
Day's Range 67.27 - 68.46
52-Week Range 64.65 - 87.36
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (4.73%)
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XOM stock has fallen to long term support even after a solid earnings beat. The 5% yield makes Exxon even more attractive at current levels.
Exxon stock is falling alongside weak oil prices. The more it falls, the better the opportunity for investors.
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Exxon is suffering from slowing demand for what it produces, even while it dramatically increases supply. That's why bears have come out for Exxon Mobil stock. A big quarter hasn't slowed their attack.
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An Exxon Mobil earnings preview is in order for XOM stock investors to get ready for the company's second-quarter release.
By Jay Yao
XOM stock hasn't done as well as the broader market. Here are three potential catalysts that could narrow the gap between the two.
With the broader markets achieving record-breaking levels, all eyes will focus on XOM stock and Exxon Mobil’s Q2 earnings report. However, technical and fiscal trends suggest that the company will be under severe pressure.
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Now isn't the time for XOM stock investors to panic, the company looks poised to ride out a bumpy second half of 2019 before things pick up in 2020.
Exxon Mobil (XOM) may trend sideways or lower, as the Permian Basin's well production falloff rate is a concern for XOM stock holders.
By Thomas Niel
With upside questionable but downside protected by the dividend play, XOM stock is a hold. Investors should consider entering a position if the company starts trading at a discount to its peers.
$70 might be a floor for the XOM stock price. In this environment, it's hard to see investors passing on a 5% yield of Exxon Mobil stock.
Over the long term demand growth for oil is slowing, making it more difficult for Exxon to keep earning the dividends that keep its stock price up.
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