U.S. markets closed

Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)

NYSE - Nasdaq Precio en tiempo real. Divisa en USD.
Añadir a la lista de seguimiento
86.90+1.69 (+1.98%)
Al cierre: 04:03PM EDT
87.14 +0.24 (+0.28%)
Fuera de horario: 07:23PM EDT
Ingresa en tu cuenta para publicar un mensaje.
  • B
    BBA
    JB skipped $XOM the oil meeting but did meet with the wind power producers. As usual he had one of his typical malfunction.

    Biden mistakenly held up backwards a detailed note prepared by his staff for the wind meeting. It instructed him to “say hello to participants” and then “take YOUR seat” before giving “2 minutes” of remarks. The staff note instructed the president to “ask Liz Shuler, President, AFL-CIO, a question” and then “thank participants” and leave.

    Obviously we know he is not in charge, question is who is actually in charge?
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM price target $140.00
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    $XOM - Warren is still loading up on Occidental, this is a good sign for all oil majors. Warren is never wrong.

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc bought another 9.6 million shares of Occidental Petroleum Corp, boosting its stake to 16.3% as the oil company's shares come off the year's high.

    The purchases were made over the past week and cost about $529 million, Berkshire said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday. These come on top of a $336 million share purchase by Berkshire last month in the oil company, and $7 billion in purchases earlier this year.
  • D
    Dominator
    $BTE.TO conversation
    Let’s get ready to rumble. Shorts are going to get crushed in the energy sector. Demand for oil is now beating prior Covid demand. How many of your friends have been on a trip by plane in the past 30 days? Have we ever seen such incompetence by governments to turn green? The answer is it’s impossible for another 100 years and even that might be a long shot. Stay long and strong! Black golds going to be making us a lot of money.

    $BTE $OXY $CPE $RIG $OIH $SU $XOM $CVX $EOG $CNQ $LPI $CLR $CDEV $CPG $ATH $CNQ $USO $VET $PBA $MUR $PVL $KRP $BCEI $ERF $TPL $CPK $OMP $EGY $USO $NRGU $CNQ $SBOW $OAS $SD
  • V
    VotingDem SurgesCrime
    Diamondback Energy, Inc.
    Just a heads up Oil Patch. $oxy $xom $oih . In just hours to come, RECAF is going to begin drilling the first of 4 wells on their leases in Namibia and Botswana on 8.5million acres in a proven petroleum system. Now is when they go find some big traps!
  • D
    Dominator
    $BTE.TO conversation
    The shorts on these oil producers are about to be crushed. A lot of millionaires are going to be made. Oil is headed for 150.

    $BTE $OXY $CPE $RIG $OIH $SU $XOM $CVX $EOG $CNQ $LPI $CLR $CDEV $CPG $ATH $CNQ $USO $VET $PBA $MUR $PVL $KRP $BCEI $ERF $TPL $CPK $OMP $EGY $USO $NRGU $CNQ
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM works off a 8.34% profit margin.
    $MSFT works off a 37% profit margin.
    $GOOG works off 27% profit margin.

    Who is gouging who.
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM selling at a 40% discount to historical P/E.
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    Well oil has smashed through my original target for June of $120.00 now looking at trend line, I think we see another 20% rise before the end of July new target of $145 a barrel. Earnings are going to be amazing, I see dividend increases on the immediate horizon, Loving $XOM, $ET, $PSX, $VLO, $CVX, $COP
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    $XOM Exxon - forward P/E 9.74 - Dividend 3.66% - Quarterly Revenue Growth +52%
    $CPB - Campbell Soup- Forward P/E 15.74 - Dividend 3.26% - Quarterly Revenue Growth +7%

    $XOM should be trading around the $151.00 a share at the minimum with out taking into consideration the accelerated revenue growth.
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    More Great News for $XOM Oil Bulls
    Demand for oil will rise above pre-pandemic levels next year following three years of Covid-19 lockdowns and the economic shock of the Ukraine war, the International Energy Agency said.

    Much of the growth in demand next year will be driven by China, as it emerges from stop-start Covid-19 lockdowns, while developed economies are expected to contend with a worsening economic outlook and rampant inflation.

    Meanwhile, the IEA expects supply growth to lag behind demand, pushing an already tight market witnessing soaring prices into a 500,000-barrel-a-day deficit. U.S. oil producers are expected to underpin supply increases next year, while members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries are seen continuing to struggle to meet their output targets.

    Demand for crude will rise by 2.2 million barrels a day to 101.6 million barrels a day in 2023, putting it above its 2019 levels for the first time since the pandemic first hit, the Paris-based agency said Wednesday in its closely watched oil market report. It is the first time the IEA has offered forecasts for 2023.

    Developed nations in Europe and North America contributed most to rebounding demand in 2022, but less developed economies that aren’t members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development will make up 80% of oil demand growth in 2022, the IEA said.

    China, which has seen economic growth struggle this year as a result of resurgent Covid-19 cases and lockdowns, is expected to see oil demand grow by 930,000 barrels a day in 2023, helping to re-establish its “position as the primary engine of global oil-demand growth,” the IEA said.

    Meanwhile, a rebound in international travel next year will see jet fuel demand jump by 990,000 barrels a day in 2023, it said.

    Oil producers, however, are expected to struggle to keep up with the rapid pace of rebounding oil demand. The IEA expects global oil supplies to rise by 1.3 million barrels a day to 101.1 million barrels a day in 2023, leaving a 500,000 barrel-a-day deficit.

    Oil prices wavered between small gains and losses Wednesday as traders awaited the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy meeting later in the day. Brent crude, the international oil benchmark, ticked down 0.2% to $120.93 a barrel while West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. oil benchmark, weakened 0.2% to $118.68 a barrel.

    Countries in Europe and North America, having spent years moving their economies toward greener sources of energy, have been reluctant to pump more oil to ease a brewing supply crisis that emerged in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

    The major oil producers that comprise OPEC+—an alliance of OPEC and non-OPEC producers led by Russia—have struggled to meet their targets for modest supply hikes, beset by technical issues and capacity constraints.

    The supply issues amounted to a shortfall of 2.8 million barrels a day as of last month between the group’s targeted and actual production, the IEA said Wednesday.

    The IEA expects OPEC+’s issue to continue into 2023. The agency forecasts that OPEC+ output will fall by 500,000 barrels a day to 51.1 million barrels a day in 2023. Meanwhile, supplies from non-OPEC+ members is forecast to rise by 1.8 million barrels a day to 50 million barrels a day.
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    $XOM as well as the other super major Oil companies is the only place I would be putting money into this market. This is the only sector that has any stable to upside trends and you even get paid quarterly to own the stock, imagine that. Once China gets off the COVID train oil will start heading to my next PPB target of $145.00. I still think mid July is the window of $145.00 +.
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    Greek oil tanker seized by Iran holds oil that was headed to the U.S. wonder if it was heading to $XOM, guess gas prices will go higher.
  • j
    jack
    $XOM conversation
    Javier Blas @JavierBlas -- 33m
    "NOW: Exxon has crossed the $100-per-share level for first time in 8 years, and is within striking distance of the record high of $104.76 set in July 2014 (but because the number of shares has plunged, $XOM market cap of $429bn is still well below the 2007 peak of $527bn"
  • D
    DANIEL
    $OXY conversation
    Due to inefficiencies in the US oil refinery industry, pump prices for gasoline and diesel are so high right now, and "pricing as though crude was close to $200 per barrel." - Dan Dicker, Energy Word Founder, speaking to Yahoo Finance LIVE yesterday.

    That was an eye-opener for me. I thought $110+ crude was the main driver of current pump prices.

    $LPI $XOM $CVX $LPI $FANG $COP $CPE $MRO
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM conversation
    Loving my dividend paying stocks like $XOM- Forward Dividend & Yield 3.16% , $ET Forward Dividend & Yield 6.87% $CVX Forward Dividend & Yield 3.19%
  • C
    Chewy
    I remember when a lot of people said $XOM was dying a few years back. I’ll take my 150% ROI. Thank you.
  • B
    BBA
    $XOM - Libya oil fields are now shut down as of last night.
  • T
    Thomas
    Exxon Mobil Corporation
    $XOM GOING TO 100 JUST WATCH
  • D
    Dominator
    $BTE.TO conversation
    We have an energy crisis on our hands and I’m in love with it. Not sure how they will ever catch up!!
    Crude: -2.445M
    Cushing: -3.071M
    Gasoline: -5.102M
    Distillates: +1.075M

    $BTE $OXY $CPE $RIG $OIH $SU $XOM $CVX $EOG $CNQ $LPI $CLR $CDEV $CPG $ATH $CNQ $USO $VET $PBA $MUR $PVL $KRP $BCEI $ERF $TPL $CPK $OMP $EGY $USO $NRGU $CNQ