Marathon Oil Corp

NYSE: MRO
$4.44
+$0.07 (+1.6%)
Closing price October 23, 2020
Monday's announced merger of Devon Energy and WPX Energy could indicate that these deals could proliferate in the oil patch. Here are five likely candidates.
A reported agreement that would get Libyan oil flowing into the export market has sent crude prices tumbling Monday morning.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apache, Check Point Software Technologies, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Electronic Arts, Inogen, Microsoft, Moderna, Shopify, Tesla and Varonis...
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Ally Financial, Apple, Blackstone, Boeing, CommScope, Facebook, Redfin, SolarEdge Technologies, Splunk and Union Pacific.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Express, Biogen, Discover Financial, DraftKings, Ericsson, Foot Locker, Gap, Kraft Heinz, Nikola, Walmart and Zscaler.
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey has upgraded both EOG Resources and Occidental Petroleum and boosted their price targets.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Beyond Meat, BioNTech, Comcast, DraftKings, Expedia, Gap, Gilead Sciences, Hess, Lululemon Athletica, Newmont and Royal Gold.
It seems impossible to think that a commodity price could trade below zero. Particularly when you are talking about oil, which still powers most of the world’s transportation at this time. While...
Oil and gas production companies have gotten a boost since Monday's crude oil price collapse. But it's only a small boost for the year to date.
24/7 Wall St. wanted to look for independent oil and gas players that are hedged on their oil production at much higher prices for 2020 and some even out to 2021.
These five well-known, blue-chip companies that are likely to survive the current troubles and could very well offer patient investors some huge returns over the next year or so.
As Russia and Saudi Arabia ramp up crude production, U.S. shale producers face dangerous days ahead and pressure is building elsewhere as well.
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.
Oil and gas companies are taking the brunt of investor punishment Monday morning, with some stocks trading down 40% from their Friday closing price.
The energy sector dropped more than 4.5% Monday to continue its slide since the beginning of the year.