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Equinor Asa

Equinor ASA, an energy company, explores for, produces, transports, refines, and markets petroleum and petroleum-derived products, and other forms of energy in Norway and internationally.

Equinor Asa stock last closed at $36.87, down 3.25% from the previous day, and has increased 44.82% in one year. It has overperformed other stocks in the Oil & Gas Integrated industry by 0.06 percentage points. Equinor Asa stock is currently +45.79% from its 52-week low of $25.29, and -13.31% from its 52-week high of $42.53.

There are currently 3.23B shares of EQNR outstanding. The market capitalization of EQNR is $119.17B. In the last 24 hours, 2.3M EQNR shares were traded.

How to Buy Equinor Asa Stock

Wondering how to invest in Equinor Asa stock? Here's how.
  1. Decide where to buy Equinor Asa stock: You need to decide on a stock brokerage, but don't worry - we've analyzed dozens of stock brokerages and apps to help you decide where to buy Equinor Asa stock.
  2. Sign up for your brokerage account: Sign up for 0% commission trading with the highest-rated brokerage we've identified. It's the best place to buy EQNR stock.
  3. Put funds into your brokerage account: Choose your method of payment and add your details.
  4. Evaluate Equinor Asa stock: The Equinor Asa ticker symbol is EQNR. Is Equinor Asa stock a good investment? Should you buy shares of EQNR? How do EQNR's underlying business fundamentals look? Do top analysts think Equinor Asa is a good buy? Why has EQNR's stock price moved recently? (Hint: Our stock market research website can help you evaluate if EQNR is a good stock to buy).
  5. Execute your EQNR trade: Decide if you will purchase EQNR shares at the current market price or use a limit order to purchase EQNR shares at a given price.
  6. Keep tabs on your EQNR investment: Create a watchlist to keep track of your position in Equinor Asa stock.

Step 1: Decide where to buy Equinor Asa stock

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Step 2: Sign up for your brokerage account

Now that you've selected the right brokerage, you'll need to fill out some personal details so you are able to invest in EQNR today.

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Step 4: Evaluate Equinor Asa stock

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Equinor Asa Numbers

EQNR Price
$36.87
1w %
0.16%
1y %
44.82%
5y %
80.82%
P/E
13.97x
P/B
3.05x
P/S
1.32x
PEG
0.39x
Revenue
$90.92B
Earnings
$8.56B
Fore. Rev. Growth
40.79%
Fore. Earn. Growth
39.49%
Market Cap
$119.17B
Next Earnings
N/A
Next Dividend
N/A

Equinor Asa Due Diligence Checks

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You can view all of the due diligence checks on EQNR's stock page.

Is EQNR stock undervalued or overvalued?

You can use a variety of different financial metrics, analyses, models, and charts to gauge EQNR's intrinsic value.

Using relative valuations methods:

  • EQNR may be undervalued based on its P/E ratio of 13.97x, relative to Oil & Gas Integrated industry P/E ratio of 18.82x
  • EQNR may be overvalued based on its P/B ratio of 3.05x, relative to Oil & Gas Integrated industry P/B ratio of 1.84x
  • EQNR may be undervalued based on its PEG ratio of 0.39x

You can access more valuation research on EQNR's stock here.

EQNR Financial Summary

Signs that EQNR is financially healthy:

  • There are more short-term assets than short-term liabilities on the EQNR balance sheet.
  • EQNR's operating cash flow of $28.82B allows it to safely service it's debt of $36.24B.
  • EQNR earnings of $32.79B is not sufficient to cover its interest payments.
  • EQNR profit margin has gone up from -12% to 9.4% in the past year.

Signs that EQNR is not financially healthy:

  • Total EQNR debt is higher than 5 years ago, relative to shareholder equity.
  • EQNR has a relatively high debt to equity ratio of 2.77.
  • There are more long-term liabilities than short-term assets on the EQNR balance sheet.

Is EQNR stock a Buy, Hold, or Sell?

Out of 5 Wall Street analysts who monitor EQNR, the consensus analyst rating on Equinor Asa is a Buy

Should I buy or sell EQNR stock?

Based on 5 analysts offering ratings for Equinor Asa.
Buy
Strong Buy
2 analysts 40%
Buy
0 analysts 0%
Hold
2 analysts 40%
Sell
1 analysts 20%
Strong Sell
0 analysts 0%

Latest EQNR Analyst Forecasts

Giacomo Romeo, a top 47% analyst from Jefferies downgrades EQNR to a hold rating, on May 13, 2022.

Mehdi Ennebati, a bottom 49% analyst from Bank of America upgrades EQNR to a strong buy rating, on Mar 8, 2022.

Gordon Gray, a top 23% analyst from HSBC upgrades EQNR to a strong buy rating, on Feb 17, 2022.

Lucas Herrmann, a bottom 25% analyst from Exane BNP Paribas downgrades EQNR to a sell rating, on Jan 7, 2022.

Oswald Clint, a top 33% analyst from Bernstein downgrades EQNR to a hold rating and raises their EQNR price target from $35.00 to $36.00, on Jan 4, 2022.

You can dive deeper into what analysts are projecting on the Equinor Asa stock forecast page.

EQNR Technicals

SMA10
36.32
SMA20
36.13
SMA50
35.28
SMA100
36.09
SMA200
35.52
MACD
0.5
MACD Signal
0.26
MACD Histogram
0.24
RSI
53.7
Stochastic %K
83.75
Stochastic %D
87.65
StochRSI %K
83.01
StochRSI %D
90.16

EQNR Growth Metrics

Last year, EQNR earnings were $8.56B. During the last 4 year, EQNR's earnings have grown by 17.18% per year. This was slower than the Oil & Gas Integrated industry average of 30.6%.

Last year, EQNR revenue was $90.92B. During the last 5 year, EQNR's revenue has increased by 14.66% per year. This was faster than the Oil & Gas Integrated industry average of 8.53%.

Dive into EQNR's earnings and revenue performance here.

Latest Insiders Trades at EQNR

In the last 12 months, executives and large shareholders at EQNR have not bought or sold any shares.

Dig into more about who owns EQNR shares here.

Does EQNR provide a stable income stream?

Equinor Asa pays a dividend of 2.03%, compared to the Oil & Gas Integrated industry's average dividend yield of 7.5%. If you owned $1,000 of EQNR stock, you would have been paid $20.33 in the past year.

Equinor Asa dividend payments have not consistently grown over the past decade and have not remained stable.

Find more info about Equinor Asa dividend yield and history here.

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Step 5: Execute your EQNR trade

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  • Limit order: A limit order is an order to buy or sell a stock at a specific price (or better).
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Step 6: Keep tabs on your EQNR investment

Now that you own some shares in EQNR, you'll want to stay up-to-date on your company.

Create a watchlist to get alerted to the latest events about your EQNR stock.

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How to Buy Stock in Equinor Asa

To reiterate, here are the 6 steps you need to take to buy Equinor Asa stock right now:

  1. Decide where to buy Equinor Asa stock
  2. Sign up for your brokerage account
  3. Put funds into your brokerage account
  4. Evaluate Equinor Asa stock
  5. Execute your EQNR trade
  6. Keep tabs on your EQNR investment

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NYSE: EQNR
$36.87-1.24 (-3.25%)
Updated Dec 2, 2022
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NYSE: EQNR
$36.87-1.24 (-3.25%)
Updated Dec 2, 2022
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FAQ

How much does it cost to buy one Equinor Asa share?

As of Dec 2, 2022, it costs $36.87 to buy one share of Equinor Asa stock.

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Is now a good time to buy Equinor Asa stock?

According to 5 Wall Street analysts who monitor Equinor Asa, their consensus recommendation is to buy Equinor Asa stock.

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