EQT Midstream Partners LP

+$0.06 (+0.3%)
Closing price June 16, 2020

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Asset Type ETF
Exchange NYSE
Sector Basic Materials
Industry Energy

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The major agencies have issued multiple credit ratings downgrades and negative credit ratings views Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning.
Stocks were indicated to open higher on Monday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 had pulled back after hitting all-time highs last week. The economic readings keep coming in...
Credit Suisse has an updated view on its midstream and MLP earnings for the second quarter, and the firm is suggesting that a defensive tone could emerge.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday included ABB, AGCO, AT&T, Broadcom, Caterpillar, Costco, First Solar, Lululemon Athletica, Roku, Verizon and Xilinx.
Two of the largest natural gas producers in the northeast -- EQT and Rice Energy -- have agreed to a merger in which EQT will pay $6.7 billion in cash and stock to acquire Rice.
While these are not the highest yielding energy MLPs, they all have some serious upside to the Credit Suisse target prices.
These four master limited partnerships (MLPs) offer defensive characteristics (price protection) with offensive capabilities (upside to their targets).
A new Deutsche Bank research report is cautiously optimistic on the second half of 2016, and four energy MLPs were cited as the firm's top picks.
While not the highest yielding MLPs, these are solid plays for investors looking to be in the sector, but not wanting to take undue risk.
All three of these MLP picks make good sense for investors looking to play a second half 2016 and 2017 sector rebound. Should oil languish in the recent trading range, they should still offer...
With strong sponsorships, and well thought out capital expenditure plans, these MLPs can fight their way through to better days and come out perhaps even stronger.
A new research report from Credit Suisse maintains that one group of MLPs has outperformed during the drop, and investors should look at buying them now.
Now is apparently a good time for midstream oil industry players to issue new stock.
Whether the market wants to sell off or wants to again go back and challenge all-time highs, a slew of companies have filed to raise billions of dollars worth of capital.
Here are six top MLPs to buy now for investors that can stand some volatility in a growth and income portfolio. All are rated Outperform at J.P. Morgan.