|買盤||99.67 x 1000|
|賣出價||99.50 x 800|
|今日波幅||98.34 - 100.72|
|52 週波幅||98.02 - 120.70|
|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||1.00|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||9.84|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||10.07|
|業績公佈日||2024年1月29日 - 2024年2月02日|
Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro has dramatically raised the stakes in his country’s border dispute with Guyana, ordering state companies to exploit contested oil and mineral deposits and redrawing official maps after claiming an “overwhelming” mandate in a referendum last Sunday. Maduro’s bellicose speeches have alarmed Guyana and sparked fears that Venezuela might use force to seize the remote Essequibo area, which accounts for two-thirds of its neighbour’s territory, as well as a big offshore oilfield operated by US oil major ExxonMobil. Guyana’s President Irfaan Ali late on Tuesday said his country’s defence force was “on high alert” and promised to refer the matter to the UN Security Council.
ExxonMobil plans to drive up capital spending over the next four years, increasing oil and gas production and raising outlays for its low-carbon energy division after a period of self-imposed austerity following a 2020 commodity price crash. The largest US oil company by sales said it expected annual capital and exploration expenditure of $23bn-$25bn in 2024, rising to $22bn-$27bn from 2025 to 2027. Exxon is in the process of closing a $60bn deal for Pioneer Natural Resources, the biggest producer in the Permian.
As Saudi Arabia makes production cuts, its US oil rivals make hay. American production, recently measured at 13.2mn barrels a day, has hit an all-time high. At the same time, benchmark Brent and WTI prices have fallen back from $90 a barrel in the early autumn to less than $80.