Precision Drilling Corp.

NYSE: PDS
$80.69
-$0.59 (-0.7%)
Closing price November 25, 2022
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These five top oilfield services plays not only look like solid picks but they are good value buys for the rest of 2018.
With the OPEC production cuts helping to thin out bloated inventories, and demand remaining very robust, the oil service companies may be set for a very solid year.
Jefferies has five oilfield services top stocks for investors to consider, two solid picks for growth accounts and three very aggressive plays.
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Several analysts are out today with price target cuts on services companies and other players in the oil and gas industry. Low oil and gas commodity prices ripple through the entire industry.
AMC Entertainment, DryShips, Repros Therapeutics, and Precision Drilling all posted new 52-week lows on Monday.
While the spot price of oil may remain volatile, buying the top land drillers with exposure in the best basin plays in the United States makes good sense for aggressive growth investors.
The top analyst upgrades and downgrades and other calls seen in the energy sector on Wednesday include Baker Hughes, Chevron, Nabors Industries, Occidental Petroleum and Royal Dutch Shell.
August was not a kind month to U.S. crude oil producers. Crude prices dropped by nearly 8% to close the month below $45 a barrel.
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