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Halliburton deal for Baker Hughes may be just the...
... Oppenheimer Holdings . “Low oil prices always triggered industry consolidation,” said
, an analyst at Oppenheimer. It’s “survival of the fittest. Larger companies view this...
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Icahn Trap Snares Oil CEOs in Growth-Killing Divi...
... to be made up through some combination of asset sales, digging into cash on hand and debt,
, an Oppenheimer analyst, said Nov. 7 in a note to investors. Transocean, the...
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Is the US oil boom about to go bust?
... the economics of continued production if there is in fact a global supply war. However,
, a senior analyst covering oil at Oppenheimer and Company, says that prices would have...
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Energy stocks still have room to fall
... the S&P 500’s energy sector is nothing more than an overdone, knee-jerk reaction, according to
, an oil analyst at Oppenheimer & Co. “Every $10 drop in oil prices results in a $4...
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Look out below! Oil is not done falling
... the higher-cost production could be as much as $70 or $75 a barrel. Oppenheimer energy analyst
said the type of oil companies most vulnerable to lower prices are those with the...
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Falling oil price puts BP’s profits at risk of 20...
... has seen many assets sold off to help pay the bill for the Gulf of Mexico disaster.
, an analyst with New York brokerage Oppenheimer, said he had pencilled in a 16% fall in...
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