What analyst predict for Helmerich & Payne NYSE:HP?

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What analyst predict for Helmerich & Payne NYSE:HP?

Helmerich & Payne NYSE:HP headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States is reporting their earnings on 11/16/2018 after the bell. Street forecast for the quarter ending SEP 2018 is $0.18.

According to stock market daily analyst this is Lower then same time previous year. Helmerich & Payne, reported EPS for the same quarter last year was $-0.13.

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About Helmerich & Payne NYSE:HP

Since 1920, H&P has been the industry’s most trusted partner in drilling productivity and reliability. We continue that legacy with a strategy focused on long-term profitable growth and forward-looking products and services. H&P’s integrity promise permeates its interactions with shareholders, business partners, employees and the communities in which it operates across the globe. We are committed to technologies and innovation that serve to unite our goals of customer value and sustainability.

The story of Helmerich & Payne, Inc. (H&P) begins in 1920, on a Star 29 cable rig with two people: Walter “Walt” Helmerich II – an outgoing, adventure-loving barnstormer from Chicago. And William “Bill” Payne, – a quiet, hard-working microbiologist from Shawnee, Oklahoma. From this unlikely pairing was born a deep friendship and the oil and gas drilling company that still bears their names.

Since that humble beginning, H&P has expanded drilling operations to meet the increasing demands of a complex and globalized industry, and in the process, established itself as a true innovator and world-class leader. H&P’s commitment to its core values and beliefs has enabled the Company to grow and expand throughout the years. We’ve weathered numerous ups and downs – including economic storms such as the Great Depression, the 1980’s Oil Bust and the 2009 financial crisis – emerging as the world’s premier land drilling contractor.

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