Exxon Mobil (XOM)
$44.60 0.04 (0.09%)
19:59 EDT XOM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $44.60
Market Cap 188.83B
PE Ratio 9.35
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 15.41M
Day's Range 43.45 - 44.67
52-Week Range 30.11 - 77.93
Dividend & Yield 3.23 (7.24%)
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The oil producer thinks it can make money with oil at $40 a barrel but futures prices aren't showing that price until the end of 2023. Meanwhile, Exxon Mobil stock has an alluring dividend.
Investing is easy when the long term company thesis is viable beyond doubt. Exxon Mobil stock dips are buying opportunities for a long while.
Despite the risk, 30-something investors should protect their nest egg with red-hot stocks that also offer long-term value.
With everything going on in the world right now, Exxon Mobil stock is on sale. But not all sales are worth buying.
The Dow Jones Industrial started the week on a strong note as investors embraced news that some states could soon reopen.
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Buying a stock like Exxon Mobil on hope isn’t a great idea. XOM stock is likely to plunge as oil prices plummet. It’s best to just stay away.
Headline risk figured prominently into investor calculus today, but losses were small and the Dow Jones Industrial Average eked out a gain.
A desperately needed rebound in the oil patch coupled with some decent earnings reports helped major equity indexes recoup some of the losses incurred on Monday and Tuesday, although data suggest the economic malaise is far from over.
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Stocks stumbled again Tuesday as the ongoing decline in the oil pitch, coupled with fears a new coronavirus stimulus package will prove inadequate in bolstering the economy, served confirmation that a recession is setting in.
Crude oil futures turned negative on Monday, sending jolts throughout the energy sector. Let's look at a few top stock trades from oil.
Negative oil prices and frequent-delinquent Boeing slammed the Dow Jones Industrial Average today, and earnings promise little relief.
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.
Exxon Mobil is offering an attractive yield. XOM stock has an 8.25% dividend yield that the CEO says it is committed to maintaining.
The geopolitical conflict between Saudi Arabia and Russia was merely noise for Exxon Mobil stock. In reality, declining demand that’s been in play for decades will continue to hurt the energy sector.
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