Here’s what you need to know about ExxonMobil stock as its stock price tankers along

The company’s stock has fallen in value in the past couple of months as the company struggles to cope with its massive legal liability stemming from its Exxon Mobil spill.

But the company’s CEO says he’s willing to be “sadly pragmatic” about its future and says he doesn’t plan to go public.

In an interview with Business Insider, Rex Tillerson said that the stock could go to $60 by the end of the year and that he’s confident that ExxonMobil will return to profitability by 2019.

ExxonMobil is facing an estimated $20 billion in lawsuits, which include allegations of negligence and violations of the Clean Air Act.

Tillerson has also said that he will step down at the end.

“I think the markets are right now looking for a new CEO.

I think they’re looking for someone who has an ability to be very pragmatic, very calm, very focused, who is not a political person,” he said.

“And I think that’s what I have in abundance.

I’ve got a lot of energy and enthusiasm, and I think I have a lot to offer to the market.”