Exxon Mobil shares (XOM) traded at a discount of 1.6% to a monthly high, strengthening in the second half of April. The growth of XOM prices from the March 52-week low of $31.45 amounted to nearly 30% ($43.91). On May 1, before the market opens, the Exxon will report for the past quarter. Wall Street expects a 92.7% (YoY) decline in earnings per share to USD 0.04 from 15.4% (YoY) revenue reduction to USD 53.8 billion.
The reality is Exxon Mobile stock is likely to revisit lows if oil prices continue to stay low. Many traders are expecting XOM to take another serious drop. This is commonly referred to as a “dead cat bounce.”
In the previous week, the stock of Exxon Mobil grew by 6.70%. S&P 500 index went up by 2.00% during the same period.
Exxon Mobil Support and Resistance
The XOM is in the lateral movement and no single direction tendencies are observed. #XOM quotes are testing the key support and resistance levels of 39.00 and 46.00, respectively. The company’s shares have the potential to recover after a significant decline. Indicators don’t give clear signals: the price has consolidated between MA (50) and MA (200), and MACD histogram is located near the zero line.
Resistance levels: 46.00, 54.00.
Support levels: 39.00, 31.00.
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