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Chevron Corporation (CHV.F)

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148.96-0.64 (-0.43%)
At close: 08:41PM CEST
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Previous close149.60
Open151.18
Bid0.00 x 40000
Ask0.00 x 40000
Day's range148.96 - 153.30
52-week range128.98 - 163.52
Volume974
Avg. volume822
Market cap275.177B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.13
PE ratio (TTM)14.07
EPS (TTM)10.59
Earnings date26 Apr 2024 - 30 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yield5.96 (4.00%)
Ex-dividend date15 Feb 2024
1y target est122.26
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Hess signals Exxon arbitration could push a sale into next year

    An Exxon Mobil arbitration case that could block the sale of Hess Corp to Chevron could drag on until year-end, Hess said in a U.S. securities filing on Friday. The filing signals any closing of its $53 billion sale to Chevron could fall into next year, at least six months later than a prior goal of finalising the deal by mid-2024. Exxon and CNOOC Ltd filed cases before the International Chamber of Commerce last month, seeking to claim a right to a first refusal over any sale of Hess's 30% stake in the giant Stabroek offshore oil block, home of the largest oil discovery in nearly a decade.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Hess says Guyana arbitration could drag on till year-end

    An Exxon Mobil arbitration case that could block the sale of one of its Guyana partners, Hess Corp, to Chevron could drag on until year-end, Hess said in a U.S. securities filing on Friday. Earlier this year, Exxon and China's CNOOC filed the case seeking to preserve their right to evaluate making a bid for Hess's 30% stake in the giant Stabroek offshore oil block in Guyana if Chevron proceeds with its proposed $53 billion purchase. As per the filing, Hess is seeking to have the merits of the arbitration heard by the third quarter of 2024 and complete the arbitration by the end of the year.

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    Hess says aiming to resolve Guyana arbitration claims by 2024 end

    An Exxon Mobil arbitration case that could block the sale of one of its Guyana partners, Hess Corp, to Chevron could drag on until year-end, Hess said in a U.S. securities filing on Friday. Earlier this year, Exxon filed the case seeking to preserve its right to evaluate making a bid for Hess's 30% stake in the giant Stabroek offshore oil block if Chevron proceeds with its proposed $53 billion purchase. As per the filing, Hess is seeking to have the merits of the arbitration heard by the third quarter of 2024 and complete the arbitration by the end of the year.