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TOT, SU, E, PBR: How Is the Market Treating Them in 2Q17?

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Part 7
TOT, SU, E, PBR: How Is the Market Treating Them in 2Q17? PART 7 OF 11

Foreign Integrated Energy Stocks’ Beta Readings: TOT, E, PBR, and SU

Foreign integrated energy stocks’ beta

In this part, we’ll compare the beta of integrated energy stocks. We have taken into account the 90-day daily beta, which shows how much a stock varies for a given daily variation in the market for 90 days.

Petrobras’s (PBR) 90-day daily beta stood at 2.3. This was the largest compared to peers Total (TOT), ENI (E), and Suncor Energy (SU). However, TOT had the smallest beta of 1.2.

Foreign Integrated Energy Stocks’ Beta Readings: TOT, E, PBR, and SU

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ENI and Suncor’s beta readings

ENI and Suncor saw their betas standing at 1.5 each. For exposure to integrated energy stocks, investors can consider the iShares US Energy ETF (IYE). This ETF has ~41% exposure to integrated energy sector stocks.

Move on to the next part to see how integrated energy stocks’ implied volatility readings changed in 2Q17.

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