Monsanto Company (NYSE:MON) share price went up 2.52% or +2.63 points to reach at $107.10 during the course of previous trade. The stock has total market worth of $48.03B and it has total of 437.58M outstanding shares. Relative strength index (RSI-14) for Monsanto Company (NYSE:MON) is at 58.53.
Historically the stock has climbed 1.57% in the past week and soared 1.75% in the last four weeks, the stock illustrate that its three months performance stands at -1.48% while its year to date performance is at 10.60%. Stock’s price oscillated from $81.22 to $114.26 during past twelve months. The stock is now trading at a distance of 1.35% from SMA-20. The stock is presently trading 2.13% above from its SMA-50. In the current trading session, the stock’s price moved 11.53% above from its SMA-200. If we take a look on its volatility, 1.90 percent was seen in a week and for the month it was 1.55 percent. Stock’s beta value stands at 1.23 and its ATR value is at 1.95.
Monsanto Company (NYSE:MON) eighth Whistle Stop tour event for investors, chairman and chief executive officer Hugh Grant and other members of the Monsanto executive leadership team reported on August 17, 2016 it will highlight how the industry’s leading technology platforms and digital integration are addressing evolving grower needs and accelerating the future of agriculture, underpinning the company’s confidence in its long-term growth opportunities.
Leading Share Position and Innovation Drives Strong Long-Term Earnings Power
Monsanto confirmed it remains on track to be at the low end of its $3.36 to $4.14 as-reported 2016 full-year guidance range and at the low end of its ongoing EPS 2016 full-year guidance range of $4.40 to $5.10. Net cash provided by operating activities is expected to be $2.2 billion to $2.6 billion, and net cash required by investing activities to be approximately $900 million to $1.1 billion for fiscal year 2016. The company also confirmed its 2016 full-year free cash flow guidance range of $1.3 billion to $1.5 billion.
Looking ahead to fiscal year 2017, the company continues to expect a return to growth in EPS driven by the return on innovation for products such as Intacta RR2 PROTM and Roundup Ready 2 XtendTM soybeans, improved cost of goods and financial discipline. Beyond fiscal year 2017, the opportunity to expand is expected to be driven by a continued return on innovation for the company’s growth drivers, coupled with continued financial discipline and a balanced approach to capital allocation. This includes an expected target of mid-teens compounded annual EPS growth rate from the end of fiscal year 2017 through fiscal year 2021.
Cobalt International Energy, Inc. (NYSE:CIE) share price slipped -0.76% or -0.01 points to reach at $1.32 during previous trading session. Relative strength index (RSI-14) for Cobalt International Energy, Inc. (NYSE:CIE) is at 53.17. It has total market capitalization of $550.86M.
Historically the stock has climbed 33.33% in the past week and plunged -10.20% in the last four weeks, the stock illustrate that its three months performance stands at -47.41% while its year to date performance is at -75.56%. The stock hit the peak price level of one year at $9.43 and touched the minimum level of $0.77. Shares are trading -86.00% off from the 52-week high price and +71.43% above from the 52-week bottom price level. The stock is now trading at a distance of 16.81% from SMA-20. The stock is presently trading -7.12% below from its SMA-50. In the current trading session, the stock’s price moved -60.77% below from its SMA-200. The company has a Return on Assets of -19.20%. The company currently has a Return on Equity of -53.40%.
Cobalt International Energy, Inc. (NYSE:CIE) on August 2, 2016 announced a net loss from continuing operations of $200.4 million, or $0.49 per basic and diluted share for the second quarter of 2016, compared to a net loss from continuing operations of $53.4 million, or $0.13 per basic and diluted share, for the second quarter of 2015. The increase in loss is mainly attributable to the write off associated with Goodfellow, totaling approximately $149.9 million or $0.37 per share, as discussed further below.
Capital and operating expenditures (excluding changes in working capital) from continuing operations for the quarter ending June 30, 2016 were approximately $154 million. Cobalt updated its full year guidance for capital expenditures of approximately $500-550 million in 2016 and total cash uses for 2016 of $650-700 million relating to our continuing operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. In addition, we expect to spend approximately $138 million on a net basis for operations on Angola Blocks 20 and 21. Cash, cash equivalents, investments, and restricted cash at the end of the second quarter were approximately $834 million. This includes $250.0 million of Angolan sale proceeds received prior to the close of the sale, but excludes approximately $44 million held in discontinued operations.