ExxonMobil Corp

NYSE: XOM
$37.19
-$0.61 (-1.6%)
Closing price September 18, 2020
These five Dividend Aristocrats have sizable upside to the Wall Street targets and pay at least 4%. In a market that is very long in the tooth, they make sense now.
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.
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Short interest in oil and gas stocks mostly declined in the two-week reporting period ended July 31. There was one glaring exception, however.
After the caution seen in the prior period, short sellers seemed to find some focus. As of the most recently reported period, those sellers favored Pfizer, Exxon and Intel above all other Dow stocks.
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Oil and gas supermajor Exxon reported second-quarter results that missed on both the top and bottom lines. The company reported no cash flow from operations in the second quarter.