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The ill-performing energy sector could be about to stage a major turnaround, but it won’t be the first time that contrarian investors get burned trying to play a rebound
Best Buy's (BBY) Building the New Blue: Chapter Two plan and buyouts are likely to keep its momentum alive in the near future. Also, a raised view for fiscal 2020 bodes well.
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Olin (OLN) expects closure of the Freeport facility to reduce annual fixed costs and match its production capacity with the market's current needs.
EIA's Weekly Petroleum Status Report revealed that crude inventories rose by 822,000 barrels, compared to the 1.8 million barrels decrease that energy analysts had expected.
Chevron’s $11 billion assets writedown isn’t the first, and will surely not be the last in what could turn out to be a string of assets writedowns caused by low commodity prices and a negative growth outlook
An inflation rate of 2.1% will send no one running for the hills; we might even look at these figures as somewhat "Goldilocks" \-- not too hot, not too cold.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Tuesday amid investors??? concern over a partial trade deal as the dateline for fresh U.S. tariff on China will end by this week end.
Chevron's (CVX) projected organic capex worth $20 billion for 2020 will see no change for the third consecutive year while maintaining its capital discipline through the cycle.
Chevron is ripping the Band-Aid off its underperforming shale gas holdings. On Tuesday, the US business hoisted a “For Sale” sign over its shale gas fields in Appalachia. Natural gas prices in North America are structurally low and will remain so.
to join the natural gas land rush in the Appalachian shale region of the US, its then vice-chairman lauded the $4.3bn deal as a “compelling investment”, citing a “high-quality resource” with “strong growth potential”. The oil major on Tuesday wrote down more than $10bn of assets, more than half from gas resources in the Appalachian states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio. Chevron has nearly 900,000 net acres across the region’s Marcellus and Utica shale fields; its writedown highlights the stress spreading beneath the booming region, less famous but no less consequential than the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico.
Investing.com -- The Fed will likely leave interest rates unchanged and keep its forward guidance neutral at the end of its two-day policy meeting. The European Union is set to present plans to make Europe climate-neutral by 2050, with far-reaching consequences for polluting industries both at home and abroad. Saudi Aramco (SE:2222) gets off to a flying start on the Riyadh exchange with a little help from its local friends, but Chevron (NYSE:CVX) is taking a massive hit on its oil and gas assets. Here's what you need to know in financial markets on Wednesday, 11th December.
The U.S. crude benchmark marked the highest settlement since September after the OPEC+ group announced cutting output by as much as 500,000 barrels per day from Jan 1 for three months.
The second-largest U.S. oil company, which plans to hold its 2020 spending program flat at $20 billion, said it may sell shale gas properties and its stake in a Canadian liquefied natural gas project. San Ramon, California-based Chevron and other energy companies have pledged to restrain spending after the collapse in oil prices earlier this decade forced many to borrow to cover the costs of long-term projects. Chevron said it expected writedowns this quarter related to a deepwater Gulf of Mexico project, which needs higher oil prices to churn a profit, and shale gas in Appalachia, which has suffered from low natural gas prices.