Noble Energy, Inc.

+$0.37 (+4.3%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
These five stocks trading under the $10 level have big upside to the Goldman Sachs price targets and could prove exciting additions to portfolios looking for solid alpha potential.
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...
These five energy stocks rated Buy at BofA Securities and trading below the $10 level could be huge winners for patient investors who can see beyond the current turmoil.
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.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Airlines, Chewy, Chipotle Mexican Grill, CommScope, Eli Lilly, IBM, Lyft, Oneok, Stitch Fix, Valero Energy and Williams Companies.
All these stocks have been eviscerated by the relentless and withering selling. However, the analysts have done their work by looking for companies that are poised to survive this year and hang...
In this new frightening and recessionary environment, high dividends based on continued and easy coverage rates are viewed suspiciously.
Merrill Lynch suggests that investors look at more defensive energy companies, and these five make sense now for long-term growth investors with some risk tolerance.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Advanced Micro Devices, Applied Materials, Carnival, Dell, Karuna Therapeutics, Lowe's, Noble Energy, PayPal, Square, Target and...
Now that Chevron has declined to make a counter-offer to Occidental's bid for Anadarko, where else can Chevron and the other supermajor companies look for possible acquisitions?
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday included AbbVie, Adobe, American Express, Intel, 3M, Microsoft, SAP, Shopify, Sprint and Target.
The $57 billion counter-offer from Occidental that topped Chevron's offer for Anadarko again raises the question of which U.S. Permian-based oil producers may be the next acquisition targets.
Chevron's $33 billion has generated a lot of interest in other companies that might be next to be acquired. But who might be buying?
After the $33 billion purchase of Anadarko Petroleum by integrated giant Chevron, the question for investors is whether there are more deals to come, and the answer appears to be most likely yes.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday included Boeing, Booking, Camping World, Domino's Pizza, iRobot, MetLife, Neogen, Southern Copper, Vertex Pharmaceuticals and...