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In the past three months, Chevron insiders have sold more of their company's stock than they have bought. Specifically, they have bought $0.00 in company stock and sold $3,343,220.00 in company stock.


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Despite the major oil and gas companies, including Chevron, reporting sharp rises in interim revenues and profits due to Russia's 2022 invasion of Ukraine, the world's largest oil companies received immense backlash for such profits. In total, Chevron made $246.3 billion USD in revenue and $36.5 billion in profit within 2022, both of which are records for the company. In addition, days before the company reported its full year earnings, Chevron increased its dividend and announced a $75 billion stock buyback program, a move which attracted a heated response from the Biden administration as well as from news commentators within the United States.[83][84][85][86][87][88]


Chevron Corp. said the buyback is effective on April 1, and does not have a fixed expiration date. It replaces a prior repurchase authorization of $25 billion from January 2019 that will end on March 31 after it completes stock buybacks in the first quarter.


The company has a market cap of roughly $360 billion. Its stock is up more than 40% in the past year, outpacing the broader market which has posted negative returns. In midday trading, the stock more than 4% to $186.30.


Although Liedtke had said he wanted the Chevron shares as a "long-term investment," many on Wall Street speculated that Houston-based Pennzoil might attempt a takeover of giant Chevron, the nation's fourth-largest oil company, with $36.5 billion in annual revenue -- about 14 times the size of Pennzoil. At current stock prices, a takeover of San Francisco-based Chevron would cost about $26 billion.


Pennzoil instead gives up $1.2 billion in Chevron stock and receives oil and gas wells and reserves in the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere that will more than double Pennzoil's crude oil production, nearly double its natural gas production and increase its holdings of proved petroleum reserves by 85 percent.


Under the terms of the deal, Pennzoil will give Chevron 15.8 million shares of Chevron stock -- about 4.6 percent of the company's total shares -- in exchange for a newly formed Chevron subsidiary that owns the properties in the Gulf of Mexico, the Gulf Coast and the Permian Basin in Texas -- all rich oil-producing areas.


Based on the current price of Chevron stock, Pennzoil estimated that it is paying the equivalent of $4.60 per barrel for the reserves, about one-fifth the market price for crude oil, though only slightly below the rate for the sale of huge amounts of oil reserves.


The current consensus among 28 polled investment analysts is to Hold stock in Chevron Corp. This rating has held steady since March, when it was unchanged from a Hold rating.Move your mouse over pastmonths for detail


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Chevron Corporation (CVX) is the highest overall rated company in the Oil & Gas Integrated industry with an overall score of 82. CVX is up 25.85% so far this year after the company closed yesterday at $169.01. The overall score measures the company's performance based-off both short and long term indicators and means that CVX scores better than 82% of the overall market. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push(); CVX has an Overall Score of 82. Find out what this means to you and get the rest of the rankings on CVX!See Full CVX ReportChevron Corporation is a strong performer in the Oil & Gas Integrated industry, which has an average overall score of 49. This means that, on average, the stocks in this industry score higher than 49% of the stock market. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push(); To see InvestorsObserver's Sentiment Score for Chevron Corporation click here.CVX has been trading neutral recently. The stock is trading up 0.34% this week following yesterday's rise. CVX has an average analyst ranking of Buy with an average price target of $186.421. Click Here to get the full Stock Report for Chevron Corporation stock.


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During his State of the Union address, President Biden asked Congress to raise the excise tax rate on corporate stock buybacks from 1 to 4 percent. When a company announces stock buybacks, they are telling the world that they do not have productive investments to make within the company and would rather give their cash to their shareholders. The public does have productive investments to make with the tax revenue, like schools, roads, and healthcare.


Companies use cash holdings to purchase their own stock when they determine that this will improve the share price or other financial metrics like price-earnings ratio, return on assets, and return on equity. This can be an enormous boon for corporate executives who are often compensated through equity in the corporation, and whose relationship with their boards depends largely on stock performance.


Whether stock buybacks are used as a legitimate tool for distributing cash holdings or are made in lieu of productive investments and disproportionately benefit the wealthy, they should not receive favorable tax treatment over other methods of distributing capital to shareholders. This tax disparity only serves to create corporate tax maneuvering and deprive the public of necessary revenue.


Recognizing the need to tax stock buybacks, Congress implemented a 1 percent excise tax on corporations who repurchase their own shares under the Inflation Reduction Act. Under the new tax, Chevron, for example, will owe $750 million in excise taxes as it carries out its $75 billion buyback plan.


However, the excise tax creates a clear preference for dividends among shareholders not subject to tax. These investors own about 35 percent of US stocks and are primarily comprised of non-taxable retirement accounts. Prior to implementation of the excise tax, neither dividends nor buybacks carried a tax advantage for these investors.


Many experts believed that the combined effects of a reduction in relative tax advantage for taxable accounts and a clear tax advantage in dividends for non-taxable accounts would mean that any excise tax whatsoever on stock buybacks would be enough to curb their upsurge.[5]


If this trend holds throughout the year, a 1 percent excise tax is not likely high enough to significantly impact the tax disparity between dividends and buybacks. Although non-taxable investors now pay some taxes on buybacks compared to no taxes on dividends, they do so indirectly through a slight decline in the value of their stock that is difficult to quantify. At the same time, buybacks continue to hold a clear tax advantage for taxable investors.


A higher excise tax rate on buybacks is completely reasonable. Quadrupling the rate, as the President proposes, would raise more revenue and cut into the tax advantage buybacks have over dividends. When a company uses their cash holdings to repurchase their own stock, it is an admission that they have few productive investment opportunities. The public does have productive uses for the tax revenue like infrastructure and schools that create value for the entire economy. 041b061a72


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