Western Gas Partners Lp

NYSE: WES
$8.25
-$0.13 (-1.6%)
Closing price October 29, 2020
A new Bank of America Securities report discusses how some of the energy infrastructure players are now facing a new reality.
Occidental Petroleum has agreed to reduce its stake in Western Midstream to less than 50% this year and give up some control of Western's general partner. Oxy also sheds about $7.8 billion in debt,...
24/7 Wall St. has screened for companies with a market cap of more than $500 and billion dividend yields of 8% or more based on the current share price.
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.
These top stocks that more conservative hedge funds are buying are all great picks for growth portfolios looking for total return or alpha generation.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday included AIG, Freeport-McMoRan, Frontier Communications, Noble Energy, Occidental Petroleum, Spark Therapeutics and Target.
Even though oil has remained above the $60 a barrel level, the energy master limited partnerships (MLPs) have still languished due to the recent uncertainty cast on the sector by the Federal Energy...
All these top MLP stocks are offering investors an outstanding entry point after being clobbered for much of the fall.
With the breakout in oil pricing, it might be time for income investors to take a closer look at energy master limited partnerships.
24/7 Wall St. decided to look for energy master limited partnerships that bucked the trend of distribution cuts over the past three years or so. These seven continued to raise their quarterly...
Some insiders may be selling stock as they expect volatility after the election. Others may just be taking some money off the proverbial table.
Given the fact that insider sales windows are closing fast as third-quarter earnings are imminent, it is pretty easy to understand the spike in selling volume we saw this past week.
Once again insiders were making transactions that may be getting done now in an effort to beat the closure of trading windows as third-quarter earnings season approaches.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday morning include Alphabet, Amazon, Dow Chemical, Ford, Gilead, Harley-Davidson and Western Digital.
In what could be described as a near-perfect selling scenario, insiders at some of the highest profile companies on Wall Street took advantage of last week's breakout highs.