The oil-field equipment maker sees better days ahead.
The oilfield service giant updated investors’ right before a key deadline for its pending Baker Hughes merger.
It didn't take much for Schlumberger to beat expectations this quarter, which is good, because the results weren't that great anyway.
The oil-field service company is expected to report on Monday morning.
It's a mixed day for the oil patch, but one analyst sees a winner.
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It's not the same Weatherford International of 2013, but it's still a riskier stock than others in the space.
While there is little risk of Schlumberger losing its industry-leading position in the oil-field services business, the company still carries some of the risks of operating in a commodity-driven industry.
Weatherford has finally made the steep cuts to its cost structure that it so desperately needed, and analysts are starting to notice.