Varco has enough oomph to surge higher , especially in the face of growing competition from the likes of Weatherford International (NYSE: WFT ) and General Electric (NYSE: GE ). To that end, investors have to be encouraged by how the company
Jude Medical to these stocks. Weatherford (NYSE: WFT ): "I recommended WFT so long ago. It had an accounting problem, and now ..... lot of things right. The group has gotten soggy, WFT is at its high. I'd say cut it (your position
Weatherford (NYSE: WFT ): Q2 EPS of $0.24 beats by $0.03 . Revenue of $3.71B (-4.1% Y/Y) misses by $70M . Press Release Post your comment!
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of the expression "if it doesn't make dollars, it doesn't make sense," and I'm glad to see that Weatherford (NYSE: WFT ) has gotten serious about adopting a similar philosophy. Back in March, the company sold its pipeline and specialty service
OTC:RNFTF ) agrees to buy Weatherford International (NYSE: WFT ) drilling and well-servicing ..... day over the next decade; WFT accounts for ~3% of the Russian ..... revenue. The sale is part of WFT 's plan to sell or split off
oriented investors: turn-around companies. Weatherford International Ltd. ( WFT ) is one such opportunity. Following years of ..... cash, and decreasing costs. If successful, WFT should see significant increases in margins
services stocks with international exposure, like Schlumberger ( SLB ), Halliburton ( HAL ), Baker Hughes, and Weatherford ( WFT ), would be big beneficiaries of this trend. These are the "nuts and bolts" plays of the oil industry. They provide drilling
Expects spending on exploration would be subdued in 2015, but expects a renewed focus on exploration in 2016-17. Other oil services companies also are higher: HAL +2.1% , BHI +1.9% , WFT +1.1% , NOV +1% . Post your comment!
following the rapid advance of Sunni militants through the country; he says Eni ( E ), Schlumberger ( SLB ), Weatherford ( WFT ), and Baker Hughes ( BHI ) have no plans to evacuate staff. "Current developments in the country have not affected and will