If you look at the company’s income statement over the past years, you will see that the company is constantly posting gross profit: In 2014, COP earned gross profit of 21.82 Billion, in 2015 10.22 Billion gross profit, while in 2016 ConocoPhillips (COP) produced 8.33 Billion profit.
Currently the shares of ConocoPhillips (COP) has a trading volume of 6.43 Million shares, with an average trading volume of 6480 shares – with shares dropping to a 52 week low of $38.37, and the company’s shares hitting a 52 week high of $ 52.89.
Earnings per share (EPS) breaks down the profitability of the company on a single share basis, and for ConocoPhillips the EPS stands at -0.26 for the previous quarter, while the analysts predicted the EPS of the stock to be -0.42, suggesting the stock exceeded the analysts’ expectations.
Stock is currently moving with a positive distance from the 200 day simple moving average of approximately 5.4%, and has a poor year to date (YTD) performance of -3.94% which means the stock is constantly subtracting to its value from the previous fiscal year end price.
The company’s expected revenue in the current quarter to be 7.35 Billion, seeing a projected current quarter growth of 101.1%, and per annum growth estimates over the next 5 year period of around -39%.