MRO - Marathon Oil Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
3.6500
+0.1800 (+5.19%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous close3.4700
Open3.7300
Bid3.6600 x 2900
Ask3.6900 x 3000
Day's range3.3300 - 3.8000
52-week range3.0200 - 18.9300
Volume69,194,446
Avg. volume29,375,144
Market cap2.905B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.49
PE ratio (TTM)6.19
EPS (TTM)0.5900
Earnings date04 May 2020
Forward dividend & yield0.20 (5.76%)
Ex-dividend date17 Feb 2020
1y target est8.90
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Those including Occidental Petroleum Corp., as well as Apache Corp. and Marathon Oil Corp. are cutting spending wherever possible, but bond traders seem to have already made up their minds -- some of these companies’ debt, and that of others, is trading around 70 cents on the dollar, a far cry from near par where most traded just a few weeks ago.“When you have these investment-grade companies trading in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, that tells you that the market certainly doesn’t look at them as investment grade,” said James Spicer, a high-yield analyst at TD Securities focused on energy. “It looks at them as distressed names that have real default risk.”It may be too late for oil producers to refinance their way out of this one. Capital markets have been mostly shut for weeks as corporate debt traders price in a greater chance of recession, only opening up in small windows for the highest-quality borrowers in safe-haven sectors like utilities. If companies can’t service their debt, the possibility of downgrades pales in comparison to the threat of default.Read more: We’re About to Find Out If Anyone Will Lend to Distressed EnergyFor investment-grade borrowers, they’re still trying to avoid downgrades to high yield, which would make them so-called fallen angels, but strategists are betting against it. UBS Group AG boosted its fallen angel forecast by $50 billion to a high of $140 billion, largely due to the stress in energy. That number could represent just North American energy companies alone crossing to high yield, while a prolonged downturn could affect an additional $320 billion of BBB rated midstream debt, Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Spencer Cutter said in a report Wednesday.Much of that could come from Occidental, which slashed its dividend last week for the first time in 30 years to conserve cash, and would be the largest issuer in the Bloomberg Barclays high-yield index if cut. Apache, which also reduced its payout, is another, as well as Marathon Oil, Continental Resources Inc., Cimarex Energy Co., Noble Energy Inc. and Hess Corp., according to Morgan Stanley. Unlike 2016, the risks in energy today are not limited to high-yield companies alone, analysts led by Srikanth Sankaran said in a report.Hess has 80% of its 2020 production hedged, no meaningful debt maturities until 2027 and more than $5 billion of liquidity to protect its ratings, spokeswoman Lorrie Hecker said in an email. Apache also pointed to its $4 billion of liquidity and “considerable flexibility” to manage upcoming debt maturities. It doesn’t have any debt due this year.A spokeswoman for Occidental declined to comment, while representatives for Marathon Oil, Continental Resources, Cimarex Energy and Noble Energy didn’t respond to requests for comment.Buying TimeThe exploration and production sector makes up the biggest chunk of riskiest high-grade companies and would be the first on the chopping block when credit raters start downgrading, according to CreditSights. Cost-cutting measures like those announced last week by Occidental and Apache may help companies buy more time, but the big question is whether that will be enough to keep bond graders at bay, according to Erin Lyons, U.S. credit strategist at CreditSights.“Given the underlying price environment especially in energy, there just might not be much else they can do apart from cutting shareholders’ returns,” she said.Read more: U.S. Shale Drillers Cut Spending and Curb Drilling on Oil’s DropMoody’s Investors Service is expecting more oil and gas companies to reduce capital spending, and potentially cut or even suspend payouts to shareholders as cash flows dwindle and access to capital markets becomes limited. S&P Global Ratings said it will review all investment-grade and high-yield E&P companies as it now expects WTI crude to end the year at $35 instead of $55.S&P on Monday downgraded Exxon Mobil Corp.’s credit rating for the first time since the 2016 oil-price crash. Its 3.095% bonds maturing 2049 were the biggest decliners in the high-grade bond market, according to Trace data. Meanwhile, Energy Transfer’s 5% bonds due 2050 dropped about 1.8 cents on the dollar to about 79.7 cents.Higher-quality names like Diamondback Energy Inc., Parsley Energy Inc. and WPX Energy Inc. are likely to trade back up once the dust settles, said TD’s Spicer. But for the riskier ones like Occidental, Cimarex and Continental Resources, it may be too late to stave off downgrades to junk, especially if oil prices don’t rebound anytime soon, Spicer said.“If this situation persists for any period of time, and it seems like it will, I think all of these names will come into high yield,” he said.(Updates oil prices in third paragraph, adds Exxon Mobil and Energy Transfer bond price details in 13th)\--With assistance from Rachel Adams-Heard and Kevin Crowley.To contact the reporters on this story: Caleb Mutua in New York at dmutua@bloomberg.net;Allison McNeely in New York at amcneely@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Nikolaj Gammeltoft at ngammeltoft@bloomberg.net, Molly Smith, Simon CaseyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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