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Phillips 66
PSX73
$138.64arrow_drop_up1.25%$1.72
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Asset logo for symbol PSX
PSX73

$138.64

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Key Stats
Open$137.96
Prev. Close$136.92
EPS13.13
Dividend-
Next Earnings DateSep 5, 2024
Dividend Yield %3.46%
Market Cap$56.30B
PE Ratio10.41
LOWHIGH
Day Range135.64
137.96
52 Week Range98.65
174.08
Ratios
P/B Ratio2.26
Revenue-
Operating M. %2.17%
Earnings$7.01B
Earnings Growth %-38.42%
EBITDA Margin %5.82%
ROE %18.03%
EPS13.13
Fundamentals
RPS$337.31
Gross Profit$11.15B
EBITDA$10.89B
Total Debt$20.15B
P/S Ratio0.4x
Enterprise to EBITDA6.88
Profit Margin3.90%
ROA5.35%
Debt/Equity Ratio0.65%
Payout Ratio31.88%
Industry average yield3.06%
Last Dividend pay dateJun 3, 2024
Dividend per share$4.30
Dividend yield forecast0.03%

Stock Analysis

Technicals

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Analyst rating

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Strong Buy
Buy
Neutral
Sell
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Stock Performance

PSXarrow_drop_up0.56%
US Energy Sectorarrow_drop_down0.14%
US Marketarrow_drop_up0.02%
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PSX / Market
PSX exceeded the US Market which returned 0.02% over the last twenty four hours.
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PSX / Energy Sector
PSX exceeded the US Energy sector which returned -0.14% over the last twenty four hours.

Phillips 66 (PSX) Statistics

Phillips 66 (PSX) is a leading energy manufacturing and logistics company with a diverse portfolio of midstream, chemicals, refining, and marketing and specialties businesses. The company operates through four segments - Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties. As of the latest financial reporting, Phillips 66 has a market capitalization of $34.2 billion, making it one of the largest energy companies in the United States.

When looking at the valuation metrics of Phillips 66, PSX has a price-to-earnings ratio of 10.6, indicating that the stock is attractively priced compared to its earnings. The price-to-sales ratio for PSX is 0.6, which suggests that investors are paying less per dollar of sales. The price-to-book ratio, another valuation metric, stands at 2.2, demonstrating that the stock is trading at a reasonable price compared to its book value.

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How has Phillips 66 (PSX) stock's performance compared to its sector and the market over the past year?

Over the past year, Phillips 66 (PSX) has experienced a price change of . Compared to the Energy sector, which saw a change of 24.25%, Phillips 66 has underperformed compared to its sector, indicating its relative standing within the Energy sector. Against the broader market's change of 112.10%, it has fallen short of the market average. This comparison highlights Phillips 66's performance relative to both its sector and the overall market over the last year.

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What is the PE ratio of Phillips 66 (PSX) stock?

The PE (Price to Earnings) ratio of Phillips 66 (PSX) is currently 10.66. This metric is used to evaluate the valuation of a company's stock, comparing its current share price relative to its per-share earnings.

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What is the EPS of Phillips 66 (PSX) stock?

The Earnings Per Share (EPS) for Phillips 66 (PSX), calculated on a diluted basis, is $13.01. EPS is a key indicator of a company's profitability, showing the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.

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What is the operating margin of Phillips 66 (PSX) stock?

The operating margin for Phillips 66 (PSX) is 2.17%. This metric represents the percentage of revenue that remains after paying for variable production costs, indicating the efficiency and profitability of the company's core business operations.

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What is the EBITDA of Phillips 66 (PSX) stock?

The EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) of Phillips 66 (PSX) is $10.89B. EBITDA is a widely used earnings metric to assess a company's operational efficiency and profitability before the impact of non-operating decisions such as financing, accounting, and tax environments.

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How much debt does Phillips 66 (PSX) have?

Phillips 66 (PSX) has a total debt of $20.15B. The net debt, which accounts for cash and cash equivalents against the total debt, is $18.58B.

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