|Day Low/High||4.06 / 4.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.92 / 11.51|
The energy sector is turning up again and this stock should participate based on its technical signals.
These names are poised to generate higher free cash flow and earnings in a firmer oil market.
Ecana shares climbed after topping analysts' earnings projections by reporting a profit of $0.04 a share.
The stocks are flying but it's not to late to jump into Encana, Commercial Metals, NVIDIA and Annaly Capital, said Invesco portfolio manager Donna Wilson.
The energy company's debt troubles may outweigh its potential in the growing Permian region.
Encana shares fall on a secondary offering, Jim Cramer explains why he prefers Anadarko.
Don't focus too much on the indices; look for action in individual names.
Venezuela holds the key to oil pricing, says Jim Cramer.
While the oil and gas company said it was on target to deliver its 2016 cost-savings plans, investors were not impressed.
The Justice Department announced it is the first case resulting from an ongoing investigation into the oil and gas industry.
Another energy company issues equity, making the total $9.5 billion for 2016.
Stressed Out companies led the market Wednesday despite cautious earnings and outlooks.
While the Canada-based company says it has no plans to issue equity, it may have no choice.
There's a lot to make of OPEC conversations -- rumored or otherwise.
Energy companies are struggling as oil prices fall, and some are in worse shape than others.
Rising energy prices may be the only saving grace for these companies. Too bad they have yet to materialize.
The Canadian-based oil and gas company is the latest to get a late-to-the-game downgrade.
The outlook for oil prices in the coming year could look a lot like it did in 2015, mostly horrible.
Borrowing seemed like a good idea at the time. It wasn't.
Real Money Contributor Dan Dicker recommends avoiding several Canadian oil stocks following the election of Justin Trudeau as Prime Minister.
Probably not. And stay away from Canadian oil companies.