Hess Corp.

NYSE: HES
$61.04
-$2.74 (-4.3%)
Closing price January 15, 2021
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Oil and gas production companies have gotten a boost since Monday's crude oil price collapse. But it's only a small boost for the year to date.
24/7 Wall St. has tracked more than 35 analyst downgrades in the oil patch on Monday, after a Saudi-Russia price war on top of the coronavirus outbreak knocking demand for oil.
Oil and gas companies are taking the brunt of investor punishment Monday morning, with some stocks trading down 40% from their Friday closing price.
The energy sector dropped more than 4.5% Monday to continue its slide since the beginning of the year.
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