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Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)

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114.88+1.46 (+1.29%)
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前收市價113.42
開市113.52
買盤114.91 x 1100
賣出價114.98 x 800
今日波幅113.07 - 115.11
52 週波幅95.77 - 123.75
成交量11,588,800
平均成交量18,058,570
市值515.344B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)0.95
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)14.10
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)8.15
業績公佈日2024年7月26日 - 2024年7月30日
遠期股息及收益率3.80 (3.35%)
除息日2024年5月14日
1 年預測目標價132.88
  • Bloomberg

    Hess Investors Vote in Favor of $53 Billion Chevron Takeover

    (Bloomberg) -- Hess Corp. shareholders approved Chevron Corp.’s $53 billion takeover despite reservations among several prominent investors about a dispute with Exxon Mobil Corp. over a key asset.Most Read from BloombergWall Street Moves to Fastest Settlement of Trades in a CenturyFor Private Credit’s Top Talent, $1 Million a Year Is Not EnoughIsraeli Airstrike and Egyptian Guard’s Death Ratchet Up TensionsTreasury Yields Spike After Pair of Weak US Sales: Markets WrapCatering to the Ultra-Rich

  • Reuters

    Hess shareholders approve merger with Chevron

    Hess Corp on Tuesday approved the company's $53 billion merger with the No. 2 U.S. oil company Chevron, according to preliminary results of the vote. The merger required a majority vote to approve the deal by a majority of Hess' 308 million shares outstanding to pass. Chevron offered to acquire Hess last October in a move to gain a foothold in oil-rich Guyana's lucrative offshore fields.

  • Reuters

    Hess shareholders sign off on $53 billion sale to Chevron

    HOUSTON (Reuters) -Hess shareholders on Tuesday approved the proposed $53 billion merger with Chevron that paves the way for the No. 2 U.S. oil company to gain a prize asset and a foothold in rival Exxon Mobil's massive Guyana discoveries. The approval clears one hurdle, but the deal still requires regulatory approval and must face a lengthy arbitration battle with Exxon and CNOOC, Hess' partners in Guyana. The vote is a win for CEO John Hess, who put his reputation and the future of a company founded by his father on the line.