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General Electric Company is an industrial company. The Company operates through its industrial segments, Power, Renewable Energy, Aviation and Healthcare, and its financial services segment, Capital. Its segments include Power, which serves power generation, industrial, government and other customers with products and services related to energy production; Renewable Energy, which provides solutions for renewable energy; Aviation, which includes commercial and military aircraft engines, and integrated digital components, electric power and mechanical aircraft systems; Healthcare, which provides healthcare technologies in medical imaging, digital solutions, patient monitoring and diagnostics, and drug discovery, and Capital, which is a financial services division. Its products include commercial and military aircraft engines and systems; healthcare systems and pharmaceutical diagnostics; wind and other renewable energy generation equipment; nuclear and other power generation equipment.

Closing Price
$64.46
Day's Change
-0.01 (-0.02%)
Bid
--
Ask
--
B/A Size
--
Day's High
65.06
Day's Low
64.19
Volume
(Below Average)
Volume:
6,657,732

10-day average volume:
7,473,533
6,657,732

Here are the top 5 energy stocks, according to Goldman Sachs

8:05 am ET July 26, 2022 (MarketWatch)
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By Claudia Assis

Recession fears hit E&P sector, but Goldman chooses 5 to shine

Goldman Sachs on Monday picked five top energy stocks of ahead of their quarterly earnings, saying it keeps a "constructive" view on the sector thanks to cash flows and valuations, among other highlights.

Investor sentiment has turned "more negative" on the E&P sector, due to concerns about a looming global recession, the analysts at Goldman Sachs said. The SPDR Energy Select Sector exchange-traded fund (XLE) has tumbled about 20% since closing at an eight-year high on June 8 through afternoon trading on Friday, while the S&P 500 index has lost 3.6% over the same time.

The analysts, however, "maintain a long-term constructive/bullish posture given strong cash flow, discounted valuation, the growing strategic value of U.S. gas/oil, and improving returns on and of capital," they said.

A "key focus" for the quarter will be on production execution, the ability to manage costs amid higher inflation, capital returns outlook, and managing commodity risks through hedging, the analysts said.

Here are the five top picks for the Goldman Sachs analysts:

Diamondback Energy Inc.'s (FANG) recent shift to higher free cash flow allocations toward capital returns "should help differentiate the company relative to peers," the analysts said.

Highlights for Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK) are its natural-gas assets, which underpin "attractive (free cash flow) generation supported by a strong balance sheet," the analysts said.

"We believe (Chesapeake Energy) is on track to provide strong capital returns to shareholders and close the value gap vs. its peers," including a 16% dividend yield over the next four quarters.

Unlike Diamondback Energy and Chesapeake Energy, Pioneer Natural Resources Co. (PXD) has outperformed "peers since the recent correction, which we believe is in part due to its strong balance sheet and attractive dividend yield," the Goldman analysts said.

Goldman expects Pioneer to declare an $8.24 a share dividend, which would be an about 15% annualized divided yield, "which we believe can be further enhanced longer-term through modest production growth and opportunistic share repurchases."

EQT Corp. (EQT) is well positioned to benefit from a favorable long-term natural gas outlook, and enjoys upside from better capitalefficiency from its new-well design plus exposure to improved pricing.

"We see potential for EQT shares to re-rate with further balance sheet improvement and more allocation of FCF toward capitalreturns," the Goldman Sachs analysts said.

Natural-gas producer Ovintiv Inc. (OVV), formerly known as Encana, is on Goldman's radar as its free cash flow allocation toward share buybacks "can allow the shares to close the relative gap vs. peers," the analysts said.

-Claudia Assis

	

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