NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Earnings season is my favorite time of year, even with the go-go nonstop action that forces so many sleepless nights. We have over 100 companies that are worth keeping your eyeballs focused on. Included here are the six most market moving energy-related companies.DO data by YCharts
Diamond Offshore ( DO) Background: Diamond Offshore operates as an offshore oil and gas drilling contractor worldwide. It offers a range of services in the ultra-deepwater, deepwater and midwater markets, as well as in the non-floater or jack-up market. The company was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas. Diamond is a subsidiary of Loews Corporation. Diamond Offshore trades an average of 1.3 million shares per day with a marketcap of $9 billion. 52-Week Range: $50.73 to $73.50 Book Value: $32.24 Price to Book: 2 DO is forecast to report lower third-quarter earnings before the market opens on Oct. 18. The consensus estimate is currently $1.01 a share, falling 84 cents (45.4%) from $1.85 during the same period last year. Analysts' estimates this quarter range from 83 cents, to a high of $1.16 per share. Real Money's Bret Jensen writes about Diamond in
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