- Kinder Morgan(KMI) stock went up by 0.56% after the company forecasted higher earnings for 2024, citing increased demand for transporting crude oil and gas liquids, strong natural gas market fundamentals, and anticipated benefits from refined products businesses, renewable diesel, renewable diesel feedstocks, and renewable natural gas.
- Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI) announced preliminary 2024 financial projections, projecting 5% growth in Adjusted EBITDA, distributable cash flow (DCF) and DCF per share due to growth projects and rate escalations in various business segments, which contributed to the stock's increase.
- The article discusses the potential impact of Hurricane Idalia on various stocks and sectors, including power companies such as NextEra Energy and Duke Energy, oil producer Chevron, insurers like Universal Insurance Holdings and Allstate Corporation, and retail/building materials suppliers like Home Depot and Lowe's Companies. The article does not mention the reason for Kinder Morgan (KMI) stock going down.
- The article discusses the potential impact of Hurricane Idalia on various stocks and sectors, including energy companies like Kinder Morgan, power companies like NextEra Energy and Duke Energy, airlines like Southwest Airlines and Delta Air Lines, insurers like Universal Insurance Holdings and Allstate Corporation, and retailers and building materials suppliers like Home Depot and Lowe's Companies. The decline in Kinder Morgan's stock may be attributed to the company's plan to shut down a petroleum pipeline in preparation for the hurricane.
- Kinder Morgan (KMI) stock went down by -0.06% last night due to the impact of Hurricane Idalia, which resulted in the shutdown of some of the company's terminals in Florida and the evacuation of staff from oil production platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.
- The Kinder Morgan (KMI) stock went up by 0.76% last night, but the article does not provide a specific reason for the increase. Instead, it discusses the relationship between stock prices and dividend yields, noting that companies with high dividend yields often see their prices decline, while growth stocks in the technology sector typically pay small or no dividends. Furthermore, it mentions that some of the best dividend payers have seen their prices suffer recently. In the case of Kinder Morgan, it mentions that lower oil and natural gas prices, as well as China's underwhelming post-lockdown recovery, have contributed to lower revenue.
- The article discusses the recent increase in stock price for Kinder Morgan (KMI), a leading energy infrastructure company, and attributes it to the company's relatively low-risk business model that is less exposed to volatility in commodity prices and volume risks.
- The article discusses the performance of Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KMI) stock, noting that although it has seen a 19% increase in the last three years, it has underperformed the market in the past year. The author attributes this to the market moderating its expectations for growth, as the earnings per share (EPS) growth of the company has been higher than the average increase in share price. Additionally, the Total Shareholder Return (TSR) for KMI is 45% in the last three years, largely driven by dividend payments. While the one-year return falls short of the market, the longer-term returns are more promising. The author also notes some warning signs for KMI that investors should be aware of.
- The article discusses the practice of awarding "mega grants" to CEOs, which are large, one-time equity awards with long vesting periods, and examines the reasons behind this trend, including the influence of high-profile awards given to CEOs of companies like Apple and Tesla. It also highlights the controversy and criticism surrounding mega grants, including concerns about excessive CEO compensation, potential encouragement of risky behavior, and negative public perception.