Chesapeake Energy

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Closing price September 18, 2020
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included AECOM, Albermarle, Apple, Chesapeake Energy, Foot Locker, Gap, GoPro, Nike, Qualcomm, Southwest Airlines, Under Armour and...
Oil and gas producer Chesapeake Energy missed already low estimates for revenues and a net loss. Production fell sharply with oil prices rising only modestly and natural gas prices falling again.
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The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday included Apple, Caterpillar, CenturyLink, Chesapeake Energy, Ciena, Corning, Dollar General, GreenSky, Hertz, Inogen, Lyft, Roku...
Oil and gas producer Chesapeake Energy reported second-quarter results before markets opened Tuesday. The company had a hit-and-miss quarter but boosted its production guidance, cheering up investors.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations on Friday included Aerojet Rocketdyne, Apple, Baidu, Biogen, Chesapeake Energy, Chipotle Mexican Grill, McDonald's, Nike, Procter & Gamble and...
The headlines sound bad, but the Chesapeake Energy earnings report on an adjusted basis evaluated by analysts met the Refinitiv consensus target.
The the top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday included Apple, Autodesk, Chesapeake Energy, CRISPR, Microsoft, Proofpoint, Redfin and Walt Disney.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose by 25 billion cubic feet last week, a bit less than analysts expected. Cooler weather in the Midwest is likely to push prices higher this week.
The U.S. natural gas stockpile rose last week as warmer weather settled in over most of the country. Some producers in the Permian Basin were forced to pay customers to take their gas as pipeline...
The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported this morning that last week's withdrawal from U.S. natural gas storage was 36 billion cubic feet. That's less than analysts expected.
Just when it looked as if crude oil prices were going to pull back, suddenly a one-day surge has taken oil back above $60 per barrel.
The U.S. natural gas storage withdrawal last week was in line with expectations, keeping the price of the commodity for April delivery within a penny of Wednesday's closing price.
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