Transocean's Stock Sank on Thursday

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In a day when the market remained relatively flat, Transocean was down around 3%. It is tough to discern why investors were selling the company after reading over a pretty standard fleet update. The fact that the company sold two standard jack-up rigs should come as no surprise due to industry trends. Peers like Seadrill and Ensco have been doing the same this year as well. Tune in below for more.

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