The stock of Imperial Oil Limited (IMO.TO), after decreasing from C$41.49 on June 16 to C$38.89 on June 18, the price increased to C$40.27 on June 21. Having slightly fallen to C$39.87 on June 22 and then the stock fluctuated between C$39.98 and C$39.87 from June 11 to June 24. Finally, after decreasing to C$37.28 on June 29 and increasing to C$38.24 on July 5, the price declined by fluctuating from C$38.24 to C$35.07 on July 16. On July 12, Imperial Oil Limited (IMO.TO) has announced that after releasing the financial results of the company for second quarter, Imperial Oil Limited will be an announcement about profits and losses for the second quarter on Friday, July 30, 2021. Which will be conducted by Brad Corson, chairman, president, and chief executive officer, and Dave Hughes, vice-president investor relations, Imperial Oil Limited. The events will begin at 9 am MT and will be available via webcast. During discussions Mr. Corson will make brief remarks before answering the questions of Imperial analysts.
Imperial Oil Limited is the second largest petroleum company in Canada. Produce and provide quality petrochemical products and services in compliance with respect for the principles of sustainable development. High quality fuel, convenience stores and friendly and useful service that meets all driving needs, available through the Esso and Mobi retailers. ExxonMobil has approximately 69.6% own stock of the company.
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