What the Smart Investors Know About Occidental Petroleum

Shares of Occidental Petroleum have moved 0.1% today, and are now trading at a price of $63.81. In contrast, the S&P 500 index saw a -1.0% change. Today's trading volume is 10,728,458 compared to the stock's average volume of 10,444,082.

Occidental Petroleum Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of oil and gas properties in the United States, the Middle East, North Africa, and Latin America. Based in Houston, United States the company has 11,973 full time employees and a market cap of $56,902,250,496. Occidental Petroleum currently offers its equity investors a dividend that yields 1.0% per year.

The company is now trading -6.4% away from its average analyst target price of $68.17 per share. The 24 analysts following the stock have set target prices ranging from $57.0 to $93.0, and on average give Occidental Petroleum a rating of buy.

Over the last 52 weeks, OXY stock has risen 2.0%, which amounts to a -5.0% difference compared to the S&P 500. The stock's 52 week high is $77.13 whereas its 52 week low is $55.51 per share. Based on Occidental Petroleum's average net margin growth of 88.7% over the last 4 years, its core business is on track for profitability and its strong stock performance may continue in the long term.

Date Reported Total Revenue ($ k) Net Profit ($ k) Net Margins (%) YoY Growth (%)
2023-02-27 37,095,000 13,304,000 35.86 306.58
2022-02-24 26,314,000 2,322,000 8.82 109.67
2021-02-26 16,261,000 -14,831,000 -91.21 -2871.01
2020-02-28 21,750,000 -667,000 -3.07 n/a
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