|Day Low/High||5.00 / 5.83|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.18 / 5.85|
Amid a credit downgrade and low natural gas prices, Southwestern Energy may look to issue equity.
We are looking for a close above $10 to signal that SWN has bottomed.
Energy's wild rally took a pause on Tuesday while Lumber Liquidators is back in the news.
Energy companies rallied on Monday as oil touches near $38 a barrel, Netflix falls after release of "House of Cards."
Rising oil prices are helping U.S. indices start the week off on a good note.
In a broadly flat day, there were some big winners.
U.S. stocks wrapped up Thursday’s session to the upside as investors anxiously awaited Friday’s jobs report.
Even troubled companies can have their day in the sun.
The Houston-based company was downgraded after reporting losses for the fourth quarter and full year.
Another slide in crude oil prices is once again causing Southwestern's investors to dump shares.
While January's job's data showed many area of strength, it also showed weakness in transportation, warehousing and mining.
The ratings agency reviewed the prospects for 20 U.S.-based oil and gas companies and downgraded 10.
Analysts at J.P. Morgan liked SWN for a short time in December, but their feelings have since cooled.
A recent rally isn't enough for this company to fall of Real Money's "Stressed Out" index.
Shares of Southwestern Energy rose 25 percent in January, while the broad S&P 500 slumped 6 percent.
Although Southwestern Energy has been in a steady decline, it does have some bullish indicators.
The market doesn't appear to like the Fed decision to keep rates unchanged. Here are the biggest losers on Real Money's distressed watch list.
Smart investors know when to watch debt markets over equity markets.
Energy names were among the biggest winners Tuesday but even once-forgotten retailer Coach managed to post near double-digit gains.
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.
SWN and CNX led the S&P 500 Thursday, supported by a spike in crude oil prices, while STX coninued its decline.
Oil prices stole the stage in Wednesday markets: Southwestern Energy topped the S&P winners as natural gas found renewed appeal, while oil producer Devon came in last.
There is no escaping a weak balance sheet for Chesapeake, Southwestern, Ultra Petroleum and Consol Energy.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer says Macy's should benefit from the cold weather and energy stocks are still 'too dangerous' to put money into.