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Last close prices updated as of Feb 03, 2023, 7:00 PM EST | USD | BATS BZX Real-Time Price
  • Last Close 45.35
  • Sector Energy
  • Industry Oil & Gas Drilling
  • Investment Style Small Blend
  • Day Range 45.13  –  47.53
  • Year Range 31.55  –  54.59
  • Market Cap 4.7375 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 1.5 Mil /  1.1 Mil
  • Price / Sales 2.03
  • Price / Book 1.73
  • Forward Div Yield 3.24%
  • Trailing Div Yield 3.79%

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Raising Helmerich & Payne’s FVE to $49; Strong Pricing Environment Yields Continued Margin Expansion

Analyst Note

| Katherine Olexa |

Helmerich & Payne, or H&P, commenced its fiscal-year 2023 on strong footing, posting first-quarter revenue growth of 76% year over year and 14% sequentially. H&P’s quarterly operating margin expanded to 19%, the firm’s highest level since mid-2015, mostly driven by steadily improving day rates in North America, a trend that will likely persist over the next several quarters. We’re raising our fair value estimate to $49 from $42 following results, primarily due to our improved outlook for firmwide margin accretion. We now estimate firmwide operating margins will average 20% moving forward, compared with our prior forecast of 15%. We maintain our no-moat rating and stable moat trend.

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Helmerich & Payne has the largest fleet of U.S. land drilling rigs. The company's FlexRig line is the leading choice to drill horizontal wells for production of U.S. tight oil and gas. H&P is present in nearly every major U.S. shale play and also has a small but growing presence internationally.

1437 South Boulder Avenue, Suite 1400
Tulsa, OK, 74119
Sector Energy
Industry Oil & Gas Drilling
Employees 8,000

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FAQs for Helmerich & Payne Inc Stock

Yes. HP has a forward dividend yield of 3.24%. See HP’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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HP’s market cap is 4.74 Bil.
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HP’s stock style is Small Core.
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HP’s price/sales is 2.03.
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HP’s price/forward earnings is 10.21.
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HP’s price/book is 1.73.
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