Pioneer Natural Resources

NYSE: PXD
$92.44
+$0.96 (+1.0%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
With the stock market way overbought, and many investors looking for value ideas, beaten-down energy giants may be an outstanding idea now. Investors that can see past the current environment could...
While the energy sector is now regarded as an almost contrarian play, the odds are in investors' favor. The lead energy analyst at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey has upgraded three oil stocks to a Buy.
Now that the incredible “melt-up” rally seems done, 24/7 Wall St. screened the BofA Securities research universe looking for stocks that had lagged the massive tech rally and appear to be...
Many investors are looking for companies that can survive as things are for the next decade or longer. Here are 10 of the larger U.S. companies tied to oil and gas that are likely to still exist and...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, Canopy Growth, CarMax, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Geron, Hess, Inogen, Occidental Petroleum, Snap, Teva Pharmaceutical, Vail Resorts and...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bill.com, CenterPoint Energy, CommScope, Herbalife, Hyatt Hotels, Motorola Solutions, Murphy Oil, Trade Desk and Vonage.
The energy sector will remain volatile, but scale buying shares now and being patient could bring some very solid gains for investors over the rest of 2020.
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.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Airlines, Chewy, Chipotle Mexican Grill, CommScope, Eli Lilly, IBM, Lyft, Oneok, Stitch Fix, Valero Energy and Williams Companies.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alibaba, Apple, American Express, Brinker, Caterpillar, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Dell, Halliburton, Palo Alto Networks, Starbucks, Texas...
As Russia and Saudi Arabia ramp up crude production, U.S. shale producers face dangerous days ahead and pressure is building elsewhere as well.
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.
The impact of the spreading coronavirus has hit the energy sector particularly hard. Here are some of Monday's biggest losers.