Rising oil prices, positive jobs data, and expectations OPEC+ will extend production cuts have investors betting that the worst is over.
News & Analysis: Helmerich & Payne
Through good times and bad, the two oil giants have supported their dividends. Can they do it again this time around?
The recovery among these oilfield services stocks was tepid. Here's why.
HP earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
After 47 years of annual dividend increases, Helmerich & Payne just cut its dividend. Investors should expect a lot more pain in the oil space.
COVID-19 took its toll on the market in March, but there was so much more going on in the energy sector.
A potential end to the oil price war is one of the many reasons oilfield service company stocks are bouncing back today.
A lot of energy industry players are severely underperforming. But this one's in the wrong place at the wrong time.
It's not easy being an oil services company, but this one is built to last and is gaining ground on its peers.
The top onshore oil rig company outperformed where it mattered most: beating expectations.