The recent announcement of a Brexit deal is a welcome development for some, but, not necessarily all. Let's thus take a look at the winners and losers.
In the latest trading session, BP (BP) closed at $37.20, marking a -0.43% move from the previous day.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: ConocoPhillips, Phillips 66, BP and TOTAL
ConocoPhillips (COP) entered into an agreement to sell some of its portfolio in Australia for $1.39 billion. Meanwhile, downstream major Phillips 66 (PSX) launched a $3 billion new buyback program.
India has ample growth and investment opportunity in the natural gas space. To augment the development, the government of India is going to invest $60B in natural gas infrastructure.
TOTAL (TOT) to gain from the buyout of a stake in Adani Gas, as the move coincides with the government of India's announcement of $60B investment to strengthen gas infrastructure across the nation.
Wall Street closed sharply higher on Friday after President Trump said that United States reached first phase of trade deal with China.
BP is going to wrap up the $10-billion divestment program by 2019-end, one year ahead of schedule.
Chevron (CVX) is set to relinquish its interest in the giant Azerbaijan oilfield to MOL for a consideration of more than $2 billion.
Let's see if BP p.l.c. (BP) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now, or if investors subscribing to this methodology should look elsewhere for top picks.
TOTAL (TOT) announces that it is going to start the construction of 52 MW Miyagi Osato Solar Park. This is likely to further expand its renewable operations in Japan.
BP (BP) closed the most recent trading day at $36.85, moving -0.27% from the previous trading session.
By dint of this Pierce project, Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) is expected to add shareholder value by opening up supplemental gas reserves for UK households and industries.
Equinor (EQNR) is expected to receive EUR 500 million from the Arkona wind farm divestment, almost double of its investment in the same.
Companies in the news are: COST, BP, HPQ and SRPT
LONDON (AP) — BP said Friday that CEO Bob Dudley, the American who steered the oil giant through the aftermath of the massive 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill, will retire next year and be replaced by the head...
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: BP, ExxonMobil, Marathon Petroleum, Transocean and Kinder Morgan
Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) forecasts its third-quarter LNG liquefication volumes to increase 10-14% compared with its previous year's quarterly output.
Brazil is expected to receive 106 billion Reais ($25 billion) from selling offshore oil leases to 14 energy companies.
LONDON (AP) — The Royal Shakespeare Company is ending its partnership with BP after student climate demonstrators protested the cultural institution's partnership with the energy company.