In 4Q16, ConocoPhillips reported an adjusted loss per share of $0.26—$0.16 better than the Wall Street analyst consensus of a loss per share of $0.42.
In the past four quarters, COP has beaten the consensus EPS estimate 75% of the time and missed the consensus EPS estimate 25% of the time.
As of April 26, 24 analysts are providing recommendations on ConocoPhillips. These include seven “strong buys,” 11 “buys,” and six “holds.”
For fiscal 2017, ConocoPhillips (COP) expects its capital expenditure to be $5 billion—$100 million higher than in 2016.
Wall Street analysts expect ConocoPhillips (COP) to report cash flow of ~$1.9 billion in 1Q17, as compared to ~$421 million in 1Q16.
For 1Q17, analysts expect ConocoPhillips (COP) to report ~48% higher revenues on a YoY basis and ~2% higher than in 4Q16.
For 1Q17, ConocoPhillips (COP) expects its total production to be the range of 1540–1580 Mboe per day. At the midpoint, this would be ~1% lower than in 1Q16.
For 1Q17, analysts expect ConocoPhillips to report EPS in the range of -$0.21–$0.14. Its current consensus EPS estimate for 1Q17 is $0.01.
Expense guidance for 2017 For full-year 2017, Anthem (ANTM) has projected the medical cost trend for its local group business to fall in the range of 6.5%–7.0%. To learn more…
In 1Q17, Anthem (ANTM) witnessed an increase of around 645,000 members in its commercial business on a quarter-over-quarter (or QoQ) basis.
Based on the company’s performance in 1Q17, Anthem (ANTM) has increased its 2017 revenue guidance by around $1.5 billion.
In 1Q17, Anthem (ANTM) witnessed an increase of around 70,000 members in its government business on a quarter-over-quarter (or QoQ) basis.
In 1Q17, Anthem (ANTM) reported revenues of around $22.3 billion, which is a year-over-year (or YoY) decline of around 9.9%.
On April 26, 2016, Disney was trading 6.0% above its 100-day moving average of $109.
The Walt Disney Company (DIS) stated during its fiscal 1Q17 earnings call that it expects its programming costs at Cable Networks to be ~16.0% higher year-over-year.
Advertising revenues for Disney’s Cable Networks fell 5.0% year-over-year as a result of declining viewership and the timing of college football games.
Disney expects its Studio Entertainment business to be a strong growth driver in fiscal 2018 due to a robust movie slate.
The Walt Disney Company’s (DIS) Parks and Resorts segment is doing extremely well in the United States (SPY) as the company continually adds new attractions.
On April 26, 2017, CNNMoney reported that The Walt Disney Company’s (DIS) ESPN has started laying off around 100 of its television personalities and writers.
Short interest in Williams Companies (WMB) as a percentage of float has fallen to 1.38%. The ratio is lower than the past-year average of 2.4%.