Pioneer Natural Resources

+$1.06 (+0.4%)
Closing price May 20, 2022
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.
Monday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Agilent Technologies, Antero Midstream, Chewy, Domino's Pizza, eHealth, First Solar, Kraft Heinz, Newmont, Square, Tilray and...
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included, Baker Hughes, Berkshire Hathaway, Beyond Meat, PG&E, Ping, Slack, 3D Systems, Uber and Wells Fargo.
One Wall Street firm predicts that the next few years could bring a turnaround for the top companies in the beleaguered energy sector, because the turnaround in oil pricing could be dramatic.
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...
Thursday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included American Airlines, Apple, Bed Bath & Beyond, Box, Cisco, HP, Kroger, Netflix, PG&E and UnitedHealth.
Monday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Apple, Bed Bath & Beyond, Chico's FAS, Clorox, Deere, Gap, Newell Brands, RealReal, Teva Pharmaceutical, UnitedHealth and Wells...
The energy sector has drastically underperformed in 2019, and with geopolitical turbulence swirling in the Middle East, there could be huge value in owning stocks that are somewhat protected from the...
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.
The huge purchase of Anadarko by Occidental Petroleum has put the spotlight directly on these Permian companies as potential takeover targets. That plus incredibly cheap valuations make them good...
Large-cap oil and gas exploration and production companies are being put under a microscope following the Occidental acquisition of Anadarko. Here are few more, plus a couple of ETFs that allow...
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?
For investors looking for quality energy stocks with Permian and Denver-Julesburg Basin exposure, these stocks are among the best individual ideas, regardless of whether Chevron is interested in them.