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Jefferies upgrades Chesapeake as its financial situation has improved, but analysts think the debt could continue to grow.
Shares of Chesapeake Energy were higher on Thursday after posting third quarter results that topped Wall Street forecasts.
U.S. stocks were mixed on Thursday as investors remained cautious ahead of the jobs report on Friday and next Tuesday's presidential election.
Facebook's ad sales outlook scares investors, while Chesapeake Energy posts a surprise profit.
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Analysts are adjusting their outlook on the energy company following its Analyst Day.
Chesapeake Energy hosted its first Analyst Day in two years, hoping to prove to investors there's something to be excited about.
As earnings season heats up, Intel shares were slumping after unveiling a disappointing quarterly performance.
The energy company has made significant capital structure improvements, but analysts and investors are looking for more information about the future.
Ulta shines as 2 members of Real Money's Stressed Out index were taking a hit during the trading session Thursday.
Shares of Illumina were tanking before the opening bell after unveiling a disappointing sales forecast.
Crude was slipping back below $50 Friday, pulling down shares across the oil and gas industry.
Recent transactions help improve the natural gas and oil producer's 'Stressed Out' capital structure.
Salesforce shareholders react to the Twitter takeover talks, while Constellation brands toasts a solid quarter.
OPEC takes everyone by surprise, but production cuts are dubious, and Wells Fargo's CEO heads back to Capitol Hill.
Oil stocks skyrocketed Wednesday on a report of an OPEC production cut.
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Shares of Chesapeake Energy were under pressure Tuesday after two directors departed.
Wells Fargo's board considers executive compensation clawbacks while Chesapeake Energy sees a couple of directors depart.
The resignations from Chesapeake's board include a representative for activist investor Carl Icahn.
U.S. stocks hold slight gains through to the end of the session ahead of one of the biggest days for monetary policy news.
The billionaire activist says he's dropped his stake in Chesapeake Energy by about half to 4.6%
S&P Global Ratings downgrades Chesapeake's corporate credit rating while investment giant Carl Icahn cuts his stake in half.
Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn helped pull down Chesapeake Energy by unveiling a substantial selloff.