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Consensus recommendation

As of Dec 03, 2016, the consensus forecast amongst 34 polled investment analysts covering Statoil ASA advises investors to hold their position in the company. This has been the consensus forecast since the sentiment of investment analysts deteriorated on Feb 11, 2014. The previous consensus forecast advised that Statoil ASA would outperform the market.
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Buy5
Outperform12
Hold6
Underperform6
Sell4

Share price forecast

The 30 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Statoil ASA have a median target of 148.50, with a high estimate of 180.00 and a low estimate of 95.00. The median estimate represents a -1.79% decrease from the last price of 151.20.
High19.0%180.00
Med-1.8%148.50
Low-37.2%95.00

Dividends

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Div growth (TTM)-9.24%
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Earnings history & estimates

On Oct 27, 2016, Statoil ASA reported 3rd quarter 2016 losses of -0.6611 per share. This result under-performed the 0.39 consensus expectations of the 16 analysts following the company but under-performed last year's 3rd quarter results by -1.82.
The next earnings announcement is expected on Feb 07, 2017.
Average growth rate-290.40%
Statoil ASA reported annual 2015 earnings of 6.13 per share on Feb 04, 2016.
The next earnings announcement from Statoil ASA is expected the week of Feb 07, 2017.
Average growth rate-18.24%
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Revenue history & estimates

Statoil ASA had 3rd quarter 2016 revenues of 99.93bn. This bettered the 96.37bn consensus of the 12 analysts covering the company. This was 10.94% below the prior year's 3rd quarter results.
Average growth rate-2.18%
Statoil ASA had revenues for the full year 2015 of 465.30bn. This was 23.32% below the prior year's results.
Average growth rate-7.11%
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