Williams Partners L.P.

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Closing price August 13, 2018
After markets close Monday, the Williams Companies is scheduled to report earnings for the quarter that saw the termination of its proposed merger with Energy Transfer Equity.
When the target company in a $38 billion acquisition deal gets left at the altar, chances are pretty good that the company's share price will improve a little.
The price of crude has been challenging $50, and many investors and those in oil feel that perhaps the worst has been seen in the oil patch.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday morning include AK Steel, Alphabet, Royal Dutch Shell, Sunoco Logistics, Terex, Verifone Systems and Williams Partners.
Here are seven positive analyst upgrades or initiations from the energy sector during the week of May 14, with a bonus call at the end.
24/7 Wall St. wanted to cover some of these main MLP calls from Bernstein with Outperform ratings.
American Midstream Partners and Williams Partners said Monday morning that they will maintain distributions at previous levels for the fourth quarter of 2015.
The 2016 capital spending budget for Williams Partners is expected to total $2 billion, a decline of about a third from the 2015 capex budget.
MLPs that continue to maintain substantial IDRs have some room to maneuver with cash distributions, and they are very likely to have to do so in order to keep their limited partners happy.
The Kinder Morgan dividend cut is a huge event and may very well mark a bottom in the energy MLP arena.
One good way to evaluate the current status of some of the top energy master limited partnerships (MLPs) is how they are rated by Standard and Poor's.
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include AbbVie, Alphabet, Amazon.com, American Electric Power, Apple, Microsoft, Pandora Media and McDonald's.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Analog Devices, Barracuda Networks, Gap, Level 3 Communications, Petrobras, Autodesk and HSBC.
Williams Companies and Energy Transfer Equity have announced a merger transaction valued at more than $37 billion in cash and stock, including debt.
One part of the rejected $53 billion offer for Williams Companies from natural gas pipeline MLP Energy Transfer Equity that may turn out worse for investors than the rejection itself is the fate of...