XOM - Exxon Mobil Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq 即時價格。貨幣為 USD。
-0.30 (-0.28%)
市場開市。 截至 02:25PM EDT。
買盤108.13 x 800
賣出價108.12 x 800
今日波幅105.90 - 109.14
52 週波幅80.69 - 119.92
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)1.08
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)7.33
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)14.77
業績公佈日2023年7月27日 - 2023年7月31日
遠期股息及收益率3.64 (3.43%)
1 年預測目標價127.56
  • Benzinga

    'They Will Be Ouching': Saudi Energy Minister Warned That Oil Short Sellers Would Feel Pain — Now The Nation Has Made A Production Cut Of 1 Million Barrels Per Day

    Oil prices have come down quite a bit from their 2022 peak. While that has prompted some traders to bet against the commodity, Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman has issued a stern warning for the short sellers. “I keep advising them that they will be ouching — they did ouch in April,” he said at the Qatar Economic Forum in May. And now OPEC+, which includes the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, has reached a deal to extend output cuts into

  • Insider Monkey

    10 Oil Stocks Billionaires Are Loading Up On

    In this article, we discuss 10 oil stocks that billionaires are buying. If you want to see more stocks in this selection, check out 5 Oil Stocks Billionaires Are Loading Up On. According to Deloitte, the global oil and gas sector entered 2023 with a strong balance sheet position and a controlled capital spending strategy. The […]

  • Benzinga

    Elon Musk Praises Quality of Made in China Teslas, Exxon Eyes Double Output With New Fracking Tech, Netflix Shareholders Vote Against Fat Exec. Pay: Today's Top Stories

    Benzinga Made-In-China Teslas Are The Highest Quality, Says Musk: ‘It Warms My Heart’ Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk is back in America after a two-day trip to China, his first since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The billionaire entrepreneur made a pitstop at Giga Shanghai as part of his tour and delivered a late-night speech praising his Chinese staff. Sharing pictures from his visit to the Gigafactory on Wednesday evening, Musk tweeted, “Congratulations to Giga Shanghai & Tesla C

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  • Bloomberg

    無視美中關係惡化 埃克森美孚押注中國石化產品需求成長

    【彭博】-- 埃克森美孚正在推進一個價值數十億美元的石化項目,這是該公司在中國成長戰略的基石,儘管政治緊張局勢迫使其他公司重新評估在中國的風險敞口。據因討論未公開而要求匿名的知情人士透露,埃克森美孚的高管今年多次前往中國惠州檢查該項目進展。據標普全球稱,該項目是各大公司在中國開發的十幾個新乙烯項目中最大的一個。據參與該項目的六位人士稱,該項目的設計允許在最初的基礎上進行擴建。回報將是在全球成長最快的石化產品市場占據重要占有率,該市場為中國製造業提供塑料、樹脂和纖維,用於製造最終進入全球家庭的日常消費品。但美中之間的外交緊張關係——中國與俄羅斯的友誼、間諜指控和對台灣政策——加劇了該戰略的風險。埃克森美孚對新設施的投入與其他一些公司的舉動形成鮮明對比,蘋果公司、Nike和阿迪達斯等公司以及汽車零組件製造商通過投資越南和泰國等周邊國家,降低了對中國供應鏈的依賴。推薦閱讀:「中國+1」戰略趨勢下 中國汽車零組件製造商加入海外建廠行列中國美國商會4月份公佈的一項調查顯示,許多高管對華盛頓和北京之間的關係越來越悲觀。「隨著雙方關係變得更加對立,商業情緒肯定已經惡化,」休斯敦大學國際商業教授Nik

  • Benzinga

    Exxon Mobil Gives Cold Shoulder to Climate Change Proposals, Claims It's Not a Break-Up

    In the AGM yesterday, Exxon Mobil Corp (NYSE: XOM) rejected proposals from investor groups that demanded more robust measures to address climate change. The U.S. oil major dismissed all 12 proposals at the meeting and opposed pressure to follow European rivals in assuming more rigid emissions reduction goals, reported Reuters. Another U.S. Oil major, Chevron Corp (NYSE: CVX) investors also rejected the group's proposals. Related: No Escape for Big Oil: US Supreme Court Denies Exxon, Chevron's Cl

  • Financial Times

    Exxon and Chevron shareholders cut support for climate resolutions

    ExxonMobil and Chevron shareholders solidly rejected climate change proposals at the US oil majors’ annual meetings on Wednesday, scaling back support from last year and splitting with results at peers in Europe where resolutions related to global warming have won stronger support. Only 11 per cent of Exxon shareholders supported a petition calling for the company to set emissions reduction targets that would be consistent with the goals of the 2015 Paris climate agreement. A similar proposal at Chevron received less than 10 per cent support.

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  • InvestorPlace

    3 Safe Stocks to Buy (and Never Sell)

    Investors have good reason to be searching out the safest stocks for portfolio stability these days. The potential for dramatic economic disruption remains high despite a new federal debt ceiling agreement. There are no cuts to government spending — the rate of increase is only slowing. The debt ceiling, on the other hand, was raised by trillions of dollars for the next two years. Finding reliable stocks for a buy-and-hold strategy has never been more important. Investors should look for for saf

  • InvestorPlace

    7 Undervalued Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy for June 2023

    In the wake of the 2022 stock market rout, astute investors should focus on top undervalued blue-chip stocks. All as these sturdy market contenders promise a silver lining with incredible upside potential for the long-term investor. After all, the current market turmoil, spurred by inflation concerns and Federal Reserve rate hikes, is unlikely to persist. Investing in undervalued blue-chip stocks is critical in finding hidden gems that preserve capital and deliver attractive long-term returns. W

  • Benzinga

    Exxon LNG Terminal In Italy Attracts Bid From BlackRock And Three Others, Transaction Could Be Worth $881M

    Four international groups are contending to purchase Exxon Mobil Corp's (NYSE: XOM) majority stake in a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal offshore Italy. BlackRock, Inc (NYSE: BLK), Igneo Infrastructure Partners, German asset manager IKAV, and energy infrastructure group VTTI, linked to commodity trader Vitol and Australian infrastructure fund IFM, have been short-listed to buy the majority stake in the terminal, Reuters cites familiar sources. The deal could value the entire LNG terminal at

  • Financial Times

    Norway’s oil fund sides with climate activists against ExxonMobil and Chevron

    World’s biggest sovereign wealth fund attempts to force policy change at US groups despite backing European oil majors

  • InvestorPlace

    3 Oil Stocks to Buy for a Sector Reversal

    The soft inflation report was a sigh of relief for many sectors, especially the energy industry. With high-interest rates, economic slowdown, and weakness across multiple sectors, oil prices have taken a hit. They have seen massive volatility over the past few months. With the onset of summer, I believe oil prices could be ready for steady growth and this means top oil stocks could see a sector reversal. Furthermore, as we inch closer to the end of rate hikes, we could see a slowdown in the econ

  • InvestorPlace

    7 Stocks to Buy for This ‘Washing Machine’ Market

    Do you know what a “washing machine” market looks like? If not, look around, because you’re in one now. A washing machine market is what I call a stock market that is sloshing prices back and forth without picking up any real momentum. Gains in one S&P 500 sector are swallowed by losses in another. Some days the Dow Jones Industrial Average may be up, but the Nasdaq composite will be down. A washing machine market can frustrate some, but I enjoy looking for fundamentally superior stocks to get m

  • InvestorPlace

    7 Safe-Haven Stocks to Buy for Protection From a U.S. Debt Default Disaster

    With the debt ceiling issue rating as perhaps the single-most critical issue for the market right now, investors should consider targeting safe-haven stocks for debt default. Naturally, the U.S. government defaulting on its obligations would probably spark a ripple effect. However, it’s also important to consider safe havens because raising the debt ceiling presents its own set of problems. At the time of writing, President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are resuming discussions abou

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  • Insider Monkey

    12 Best Spring Stocks To Buy Now

    In this article we present the list of 12 Best Spring Stocks To Buy Now. Click to skip ahead and see the 5 Best Spring Stocks To Buy Now. If historical trends are anything to go by (and they usually are), then financial stocks like Mastercard Incorporated (NYSE:MA), PayPal Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:PYPL), and JPMorgan Chase & […]

  • Benzinga

    EU Slaps Meta With Penalty For Data Privacy Violation, Uber's Diversity Leader Faces Heat, China Bans Some Of Micron's Product Sales: Today's Top Stories

    Bloomberg Meta Stock Falls Premarket: EU Slaps Company With Record $1.3B Penalty For Data Privacy Violation The Irish Data Protection Commission slapped Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ: META) with a penalty of a record €1.2 billion ($1.3 billion) for user privacy invasion. Meta has a deadline of five months to "suspend any future transfer of personal data to the U.S." and six months to stop "the unlawful processing, including storage, in the U.S." of transferred personal EU data, EU regulators in Dec

  • Benzinga

    Exxon Quietly Joins Search For Lithium: Report

    Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM) has started to prepare for a future that will be significantly less reliant on gasoline. Exxon recently purchased drilling rights to a sizable chunk of Arkansas land from which it aims to produce the mineral, a key ingredient in batteries for electric cars, cellphones, and laptops, reported the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. According to the sources, lithium is far removed from the fossil-fuel business, which has powered Exxon's profits for o

  • InvestorPlace

    3 Analyst Downgrades That Smart Investors Won’t Ignore

    I’d be the first to agree that Wall Street analysts are often wrong. Quite frequently, in fact, in the case of analyst downgrades, they focus excessively on minutiae, such as tiny “misses” (i.e., quarterly results that come in slightly below analysts’ average estimates) or a small decline in profit margins. And they often overlook or minimize huge opportunities that companies have, such as game-changing technologies or an ability to gain market share over the long term. On the other hand, someti

  • InvestorPlace

    7 of the Best Energy Stocks to Buy Now

    Even though oil prices are no longer at all-time highs, energy stocks remain attractive choices for any investment portfolio. After all, global energy demand will continue to grow. The Earth’s population is increasing. Emerging and frontier markets are tapping into the power grid to grow their economies and join the global economy. And the world’s developed markets won’t stand still – they’ll continue leveraging their positions to grow GDP, while many are also looking to reduce reliance on fossi

  • InvestorPlace

    The 7 Next Trillion-Dollar Companies to Invest in Now

    In the last decade, few companies have touched the magic trillion-dollar valuation. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ: GOOGL) are the names worth mentioning. While these businesses will continue to create value, I am more interested in finding the next trillion-dollar companies. An interesting point to note is that most of the trillion-dollar valuation companies in the last decade were from the technology sector. Of course, there are potential opportuni

  • Insider Monkey

    10 Dividend Stocks with 10%+ Yield

    In this article, we discuss 10 dividend stocks with over 10% yield. You can skip our detailed analysis of dividend stocks and their performance over the years, and go directly to read 5 Dividend Stocks with 10%+ Yield. Dividend investing is gaining popularity on the back of increasing market volatility and investors’ hunger for regular […]

  • InvestorPlace

    5 Stocks to Buy Before They Become the Next Trillion-Dollar Companies

    This article is an excerpt from the InvestorPlace Digest newsletter. To get news like this delivered straight to your inbox, click here. We’ve recently seen a surge of interest in finding the next trillion-dollar company. Perhaps it’s the recent successes of current trillion-dollar companies. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has risen 28% this year, while Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has surged 37%. Or maybe the thought of missing out on a summer rally is becoming too great to ignore. Will any stock be able to ri

  • Fortune

    Exxon kills the ‘God pod,’ a 20,000-square-foot palace for its C-suite that excluded most employees

    For 25 years, a handful of Big Oil execs had private chefs prepare their meals in gilded surroundings dotted with fine art. No longer.