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Hess' recent move to sell stock requires a closer look.
The ratings agency reviewed the prospects for 20 U.S.-based oil and gas companies and downgraded 10.
I'm looking for the ones that have been beaten down the most.
It was a bumpy day as markets digested rising oil and a dovish Fed statement.
Everyone is playing the same game of cutting to the bone and praying the other guy can't hang on as long.
The Texas-based oil and gas company touted record production in 2015, but paid dearly for it.
But things won't get substantially better until at least the third quarter.
Capitulation event that hit company may be lying in wait for others.
Jim Cramer said he’s nervous about UPS (UPS) on word of that Amazon (AMZN) is to seeking to lessen its reliance on the company.
It will take a real and large production collapse to end the current bust.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at thestreet, talks with Rhonda Schaffler about the outcome of the OPEC meeting and the continuing price reaction in the oil market.
EOG, HES and XEC will be survivors as the market transforms itself.
Heading into the meeting, there are parallels to last year, but also key differences.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the latest move down in oil, again approaching $40 a barrel.
Real Money contributor Dan Dicker says oil prices will hit $150 a barrel by the end of 2017.
A break below $100 for AET is likely to prompt further losses towards the next support area
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the aborted buyout offer of Apache Corp (APA) by Anadarko Petroleum (APC).
That's much needed among the independents right now.
Dan Dicker, Energy Contributor at TheStreet, talks to Jim Cramer about the strange world of current oil prices and oil stocks.
Anadarko, Hess and EOG have been creative about 'destruction.'
Dan Dicker, Energy Contributor at TheStreet, talks with Rhonda Schaffler about upcoming 3rd quarter oil company reports of the Supermajors like Exxon-Mobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX) and Conoco-Philips (COP).
A tale of 2 big oil companies that are at opposite ends of the super-major spectrum.