Will Spectra Energy Keep Outperforming in 2016?
Spectra Energy (SE) has risen 27% since the start of 2016. Will this improvement last?
Spectra Energy (SE) announced its 1Q16 results on May 4. Let’s take a closer look.
Of the analysts surveyed, 23% rated ONEOK Inc. (OKE) a “buy,” 65% rated it a “hold,” and 12% of the analysts rated it a “sell.”
ONEOK’s 1Q16 capital expenditures were $196.4 million, 43% lower compared to 1Q15.
ONEOK’s Natural Gas Pipelines segment’s 1Q16 EBITDA increased by 37% year-over-year. The increase was partially driven by higher natural gas storage services as a result of increased rates.
ONEOK Inc. (OKE) reported its 1Q16 results on May 3, 2016, after the Market closed. ONEOK’s 1Q16 adjusted EBITDA grew by 37.8% from $320.4 million in 1Q15 to $441.6 million.
In this article, we’ll look at analyst ratings for Western Gas Partners (WES) following its 1Q16 earnings results.
Western Gas Partners (WES) reported its 1Q16 earnings on May 3. Here’s what you need to know.
Holly Energy Partners (HEP) has generated a return of 15% on a YTD (year-to-date) basis.
Holly Energy Partners (HEP) reported its 1Q16 results yesterday. The company’s adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) for 1Q16 came in at $69.8 million.
BWP has returned 26.6% since the beginning of 2016. Spectra Energy Partners, Cone Midstream Partners, and TC Pipelines have returned 4.4%, 44.4%, and 10.5%.
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners (BWP) reported its 1Q16 earnings on May 2, 2016. Its 1Q16 adjusted EBITDA rose 8.8% year-over-year.
Of the analysts surveyed by Bloomberg, 20% rated Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP) a “buy” and 70% rated it a “hold.”
Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP) has generated total returns including dividends of -3% so far in 2016.
Enbridge Energy Partners (EEP) reported its 1Q16 results on May 2, 2016.
Of the analysts surveyed by Bloomberg, 73% rate Phillips 66 Partners (PSXP) a “buy,” and 27% rate it a “hold.” None of the analysts rate it a “sell.”
Phillips 66 Partners (PSXP) reported its 1Q16 results on April 29, 2016. It reported distributable cash flow that was 13% lower than 4Q15.
The Fed made almost no changes to the language characterizing inflation. It removed the language reflecting that inflation increased in recent months.
The FOMC didn’t change its characterization of the economy. The labor markets are improving, economic growth slowed, and household spending moderated.
There wasn’t much of a difference between the Fed’s statements in March and April. This makes sense since the Fed maintained its unemployment forecast.