Investors have been pulling out of Seadrill Limited, Seadrill Partners LLC, and North Atlantic Drilling Limited for more than 18 months now, seems like an appropriate time for analysts to tell investors that the stock is underperforming.
News & Analysis: North Atlantic Drilling
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North Atlantic Drilling announced results last week that, while weaker on a quarter-over-quarter basis, did an excellent job of showing the company's forward growth prospects.
With Rosneft's recent bid to take a 50% ownership of Seadrill and contracts for all of North Atlantic Drilling's rigs for the next several years. North Atlantic is looking like a very attractive stock today.
Seadrill has been quite active in managing its portfolio of drilling rigs and contracts.