BP p.l.c. (ADR)

NYSE: BP
$22.98
-$0.28 (-1.2%)
Closing price August 7, 2020
Short interest in oil and gas stocks was mixed in the two-week reporting period ended April 30. Short sellers took particular aim at one target.
U.S. oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron report first-quarter results Friday morning that will be far below initial expectations. Both, however, will pay their regular dividend for both the first and...
Short interest in oil and gas stocks was mixed in the two-week reporting period ended April 15. The biggest move was a near-halving on short interest in one supermajor.
Short interest in oil & gas producers mostly decreased in the two-week period ending March 31.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AMC, American Express, Apache, Apple, Beyond Meat, BP, Charles Schwab, CSX, General Motors, Pinterest, Walt Disney and Wingstop.
Monday's top analyst calls included AGNC Investment, Altria, BP, Broadcom, Caterpillar, Exxon Mobil, FedEx, Hess, Nvidia and Occidental Petroleum.
Two oil and gas exploration and production companies have recently slashed their dividends. Are more energy industry firms poised to follow?
Thursday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Akamai Technologies, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Boeing, BP, Comcast, Duke Energy, Gap, Kinder Morgan, Lyft, Occidental Petroleum, Snap,...
Short interest rose on most oil & gas stocks in the two-week short interest period that ended February 28.
24/7 Wall St. has tracked more than 35 analyst downgrades in the oil patch on Monday, after a Saudi-Russia price war on top of the coronavirus outbreak knocking demand for oil.
If the wider spread of COVID-19 wasn't bad enough for the public and the markets, now an oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia is pouring salt on the wounds.
Short interest in oil and gas stocks was mixed in the reporting period that ended February 14. Crude prices did not begin to tumble until a week later, however.
The energy sector dropped more than 4.5% Monday to continue its slide since the beginning of the year.
The impact of the spreading coronavirus has hit the energy sector particularly hard. Here are some of Monday's biggest losers.
BP on Wednesday announced plans to become a net zero emitter of carbon dioxide by 2050. Details won't be announced until September.