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Premier Oil: A Massive Asset Base With Multiple Short-Term Catalysts Should Rerate This Stock Several Times Higher

2017-12-28 seekingalpha
After surviving the oil market downturn of 2016, Premier Oil is now positioned to benefit from rising oil prices with an improved asset base. (1-0)

How To Consider Playing Higher Interest Rates

2017-12-28 seekingalpha
Many market observers are anticipating the Fed to accelerate the pace of interest rate hikes in 2018. (75-0)

Total (TOT) a Buy on Solid Earnings Growth

2017-12-08 investorplace
Total SA (NYSE:TOT) is ranked as a Buy using Louis Navellier's Portfolio Grader stock evaluator, which incorporates his investing methodology. TOT has recently seen its Portfolio Grader rating downgraded over the last month from a Strong Buy to a Buy. (1-0)

10 High-Yield Stocks That Won't Cut Their Dividends in 2018 | InvestorPlace

2017-12-07 investorplace
Over the long run, high-yield dividend stocks have been the stocks to buy. Studies have shown that over time, they’ve outperformed both the broad market and lower-yielding dividend payers. (266-1)

Tweedy, Browne Fund 2017 Semi-Annual Letter

2017-12-05 seekingalpha
Neither the vengeance of Mother Nature, North Korea's threats of nuclear retaliation, an increasingly fractious political environment both at home and abroad, a rising terrorism threat, nor the prospects for coordinated monetary tightening by central banks in the US, the UK, and Europe were enough to shake investor conviction over the last several quarters. Global equity markets continued their advance unabated. (400-0)

7 Ways to Get Rich Internationally in 2018

2017-12-01 investorplace
International stocks can be intimidating for many investors. When picking a country to focus on that’s outside the U.S., it often is hard to grasp how the local economy works, or identify the very best international stocks in the region that are worth your money. (148-2)

Total (TOT) a Strong Buy on Stellar Sales Growth

2017-12-01 investorplace
Total SA (NYSE:TOT) ranks in the top 10% of its industry group, Oil Gas & Consumable Fuels, and in the top 10% of its sector group, Energy, with a market value of $140.8 billion. From an investment attractiveness prospective, TOT is ranked in the top decile of the sector with a ranking of 9 among the 363 companies in the sector; the stock's current Portfolio Grader score places it 9 among the 290 companies in this industry group, putting it in the top decile and number 230 in the 5000 company Portfolio Grader company universe. (1-0)

BP Stock Is as Good a Buy as It Has Been in Years

2017-11-30 investorplace
The saga for BP plc (ADR) (NYSE:BP) has pretty much been covered ad nauseam at this point, and for good reason. The Deepwater Horizon disaster pretty much decimated shares and the firm’s ability to function like it did before, which obviously was reflected in the BP stock price. (117-0)

Non-OPEC Mid-Size Oil Producers

2017-11-29 seekingalpha
This post covers recent C&C production and future prospects, with a bit on gas, for several mid-size non-OPEC producers. A few have been omitted (e.g. Canada, Kazakhstan, Egypt, UK) for no particular reasons other than lack of time or anything much to say, but may be covered in the future. Many of the countries here have held a bumpy plateau over the last twelve to eighteen months. For most this has come after a period of decline, and some are showing signs that decline might be starting again. (45-0)

Shell Resumes Full-Cash Dividend Payment on Oil Revival

2017-11-29 zacks
Shares of European oil giant Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A - Free Report) rose 3.36% yesterday to eventually close the day at $63.93 after the company announced plans to resume full-cash dividend payouts and share repurchase program. Earlier this month, Bp plc (BP - Free Report) commenced a share buyback program, becoming the first European supermajor to do so since 2014. TOTAL S.A. (TOT - Free Report) is set to do away with the discount it gives on the scrip option in 2018 following the strongest quarterly earnings in the last two years, pointing to brighter prospects and improving cash flow generation. (55-0)

Wired News – Total S.A. Divests its Stake in Two Assets in Norwegian Continental Shelf to Statoil

2017-11-29 accesswire
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / November 29, 2017 / Active-Investors issued a free report on Total S.A. (NYSE: TOT), which is readily accessible upon registration at www.active-investors.com/registration-sg/?symbol=TOT as the Company's latest news hit the wire. Total announced the sale of its interests in two assets located in the Norwegian Continental Shelf to Statoil ASA (NYSE: STO), a Norwegian energy Company. (16-0)

The Great Oil Upswing: How To Get The Most Bang For The Buck, Part III

2017-11-29 seekingalpha
This is the concluding article in a three-piece series that explores the optimal investment strategy in an oil upcycle. (38-1)

Macri juggling act entangles Argentina's answer to the Permian

2017-11-28 worldoil
After a win in the Oct.-22 midterm elections, President Mauricio Macri unveiled reforms to trim a fiscal deficit seen ending 2017 at about 4% of gross domestic product. The result: Macri will spend less on a subsidy that natural gas drillers depended on for their shale projects. While new wells qualify, it’ll be tough for those in production to get the higher prices. (1-0)

Shell restores full cash dividend as it emerges from slump

2017-11-28 worldoil
From this quarter, Shell will no longer offer shareholders the option to take the payout in stock, it said Tuesday. The company paid about $16 billion in dividends in the past year, of which about $4 billion was in shares. It also reiterated plans to buy back at least $25 billion of stock by 2020, subject to further debt reductions and a continued recovery in oil prices. (43-0)

Stock Market News For Nov 28, 2017

2017-11-28 zacks
Benchmarks turned in mixed performances on Monday as the rally in retail stocks earlier in the session petered out. Moreover, energy shares declined after oil prices fell as investors speculated that the production-cut deal would be extended by OPEC in the meeting slated for this week. Nevertheless, investors remained hopeful of a likely cut in corporate taxes and this boosted the investor sentiment. (80-0)

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