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We added 1 stock to our Energy Stock Watchlist today because they are receiving Bullish Sentiment from investors and financial bloggers.
In addition, they are generating positive media buzz and/or have insider trading signals which came to our attention. This list below is subject to change on a daily basis, so please be sure you subscribe to our email newsletter.
Occidental Petroleum, OXY
Summary: Occidental Petroleum Corporation is an integrated oil and gas company, with significant exploration and production exposure. The company is also a producer of a variety of basic chemicals, petrochemicals, polymers and specialty chemicals. The company conducts its operations through three segments: Oil and Gas, Chemical, and Midstream and Marketing. Oil and Gas segment explores, develops, produces and markets crude oil, natural gas liquids, condensate and natural gas. The company has operations in the U.S. as well as international locations. Chemical segment works under the company's wholly-owned subsidiary, Occidental Chemical Corporation. It manufactures and markets polyvinyl chloride resins, chlorine and caustic soda. Midstream and Marketing segment encompasses operations that gather, treat, process, transport, store, trade and market crude oil, natural gas, NGL, condensates and carbon dioxide. It also offers these services to third parties.
- Last Price: $58.94
- Price Change: $0.13, 0.22%
- Yearly Gain: -13.59%
- Market Cap: $52.44B
- P/E Ratio: 6.741
Here are 3rd party ratings for OXY:
- TipRanks.com: Moderate Buy
- TradingView.com: Sell
- Yahoo! Finance: Bearish Short-Term Outlook
- Barchart.com: Strong sell
- Zacks.com: Hold, Bottom 32% (171 out of 251)
- News Sentiment: Very Bullish
- Blogger Consensus: Bullish
- Media Buzz: Very Low
- Insider Signal: Positive
- Investor Sentiment: Positive
- Hedge Fund signal: Very Positive
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