Occidental Petroleum Corp

NYSE: OXY
$9.99
-$0.35 (-3.4%)
Closing price September 29, 2020
Short sellers continued to see profits by betting against oil companies.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, BP, Chevron, DraftKings, Exxon Mobile, FedEx, NextEra Energy, Nikola, Penn National, Twitter and Zillow.
Occidental Petroleum reported Monday that it will make its quarterly $200 million coupon payment to Warren Buffett in cash, not stock, for the third quarter of this year.
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Short sellers mostly shaved their positions in oil and gas stocks in the two-week reporting period that ended August 31. Falling crude prices may change their minds again, though.
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Short interest in oil and gas stocks generally fell during the two-week reporting period that ended August 14. There was, however, one significant exception.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Advanced Micro Devices, Alibaba, Concho Resources, Occidental Petroleum, Palo Alto Networks, Salesforce.com, Splunk, Uber and Workday.
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Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Charter Communications, Cisco Systems, Deere, FedEx, Lyft, Micron Technology, Nvidia, Occidental Petroleum, Ping Identity and Voya Financial.
Short interest in oil and gas stocks mostly declined in the two-week reporting period ended July 31. There was one glaring exception, however.
BofA Securities reiterated its Buy rating raised its price objective on Occidental Petroleum after the company posted a solid operational quarter.
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Oil and gas giant Shell reported second-quarter results Thursday that included a $22.3 billion noncash, pr-tax impairment charge on the value of its assets.
Short sellers reduced their positions in big oil and gas stocks in the two-week reporting period ending July 15. But prices on the stocks have continued to move lower.