Investors who saw the previous quarter's dividends were probably wondering why this past quarter's payout was so paltry.
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The stock is up considerably as it blew past expectations.
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Shares are up after the board announced a hedge fund has taken a position in the company.
The specialty metal and materials company was able to meet expectations although its end markets are suffering.
Noble Corporation's revenue is improving steadily, but its bottom line remains solidly in negative territory.
HollyFrontier's results continue to impress thanks to America's oil market in 2018. With investments in lubricants and nonfuel products, it hopes to keep the party going through this year.
Shares of Big Lots, Enviva Partners, and TerraForm Power look like compelling investments right now.
These companies all have possible major catalysts in 2019 that could lead to large gains for investors.
The smaller oil and gas pipeline operator's most recent earnings results show a very slow-growing company in the near future.
The company's fourth-quarter earnings were unremarkable, but management continues to get ready for the long-awaited recovery of offshore drilling.
Dropping oil prices and constrained takeaway capacity meant the company would have a tough time selling fracking sand in the fourth quarter, but its results didn't completely collapse.
Management has a plan in place for the next several years now that it has completed the acquisition of its subsidiaries.
The less-than-expected loss in the fourth quarter has shares surging today.
The offshore drillers' earnings results don't show a company on the mend, but more and more companies are signing up to use its rigs in the future.
Canadian company Precision Drilling was able to squeeze out a profit this past quarter, and it's looking to build on that success in 2019.