EOG Resources, Inc.

-$2.58 (-6.9%)
Closing price October 26, 2020
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Aerojet, Best Buy, Boeing, Chevron, FireEye, Gap, Lowe's, MicronTechnology, Phillips 66, T-Mobile and Western Digital.
With the U.S. shale and production story slowing, and many energy companies now focused on free cash flow, what is the best move for investors who see value but remain cautious?
Thursday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Abbott Laboratories, CSX, IBM, Netflix, Occidental Petroleum, Whiting Petroleum, Amgen, Gilead Sciences, Merck and Pfizer.
24/7 Wall St. wanted to review the top oil and gas stocks by market cap to see if there are any opportunities at all.
It is very possible that oil and the energy sector as a whole will stay volatile, and these top stocks are solid plays for investors with a long-term view.
Now that Chevron has declined to make a counter-offer to Occidental's bid for Anadarko, where else can Chevron and the other supermajor companies look for possible acquisitions?
The $57 billion counter-offer from Occidental that topped Chevron's offer for Anadarko again raises the question of which U.S. Permian-based oil producers may be the next acquisition targets.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday included BP, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Cisco Systems, Dow, Ensco, Hess, Micron Technology, Netflix and Sunoco.
Chevron's $33 billion has generated a lot of interest in other companies that might be next to be acquired. But who might be buying?
After the $33 billion purchase of Anadarko Petroleum by integrated giant Chevron, the question for investors is whether there are more deals to come, and the answer appears to be most likely yes.
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 top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday included Anadarko Petroleum, Apple, Charter Communications, Geron, KLA-Tencor, PVH, SAP, Walt Disney and United States Steel.
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...
These five top energy plays are all offering investors very reasonable entry points, and while the president will probably continue to scold the sector from time to time, supply and demand ultimately...
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.