Seadrill (SDRL) Stock: Here’s Why It’s Flying

May 17 14:05 2018 Print This Article

Seadrill Ltd (NYSE: SDRL) is having an overwhelmingly strong start to the trading session this morning, and for good reason. Ultimately the company is benefiting from the fact that oil prices are flying. Of course, higher oil prices mean stronger revenue and the potential for profit at SDRL. So, it’s no surprise that excited investors are sending the stock screaming for the top. Today, we’ll talk about: What’s going on in the oil sector; what we’re seeing from SDRL as a result; and what we’ll be watching for ahead. SDRL Heads For The Top With Oil Prices As mentioned above,

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