The Share Price and Investment: Current Footprints for Future Oil and Gas Industry Performance
AbstractThe share price has become a very important indicator for shareholders, banks, and financial institutions evaluating the performance of companies. The oil and gas industry seems to be in a difficult era of development, due to the market prices for its products. Moreover, climate change and renewable energies are barriers for fossil energy. This state of affairs, and the fact that oil and gas shares are considered one of the most solid and reliable shares on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), have drawn our attention. International institutions encourage the investment in the oil and gas economic sector. This study investigates how investments of oil and gas companies in long-term assets influence the share price. Using the Ohlson share price model for a sample of 51 listed companies on the LSE proves that investments in long-term assets influence the share price in the case of companies which record losses. Investments in long-term assets are responsible for the attractiveness of the oil and gas company shares. View Full-Text
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Jianu, I.; Jianu, I. The Share Price and Investment: Current Footprints for Future Oil and Gas Industry Performance. Energies 2018, 11, 448.
Jianu I, Jianu I. The Share Price and Investment: Current Footprints for Future Oil and Gas Industry Performance. Energies. 2018; 11(2):448.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jianu, Ionel; Jianu, Iulia. 2018. "The Share Price and Investment: Current Footprints for Future Oil and Gas Industry Performance." Energies 11, no. 2: 448.
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