Short interest in oil & gas producers mostly decreased in the two-week period ending March 31.
Everybody talks about craft beer these days, but what people mostly drink is the mass-produced, distinctly non-craft stuff. Sales of specialty brews are definitely rising: The nation’s...
Short interest rose on most oil & gas stocks in the two-week short interest period that ended February 28.
Short interest in oil and gas stocks was mixed in the reporting period that ended February 14. Crude prices did not begin to tumble until a week later, however.
Crude oil prices have fallen since the outbreak of coronavirus in China was revealed in early January. Short sellers have been selective with their bets and continue to be so.
Short interest has increased on four of six energy stocks we track. Crude prices have been hit hard by worries over the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on demand for oil. Short interest in a...
Short interest in oil and gas stocks rose in the final two weeks of December. Since then, crude prices have been volatile due to the confrontation between the United States and Iran, reaching a...
Short interest in oil and gas stocks generally declined in the two-week period through December 13, primarily due to an OPEC+ decision to reduce production by a total of 2.1 million barrels a day...
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Short sellers increased their positions on three of six energy stocks we track while crude oil prices are up by about $2 a barrel over the past month.
Short interest in oil & gas stocks was mixed in the two-week reporting period that ended November 15. Short sellers have homed in on one particularly likely prospect, however.
Short interest in oil and gas stocks increased during the two-week reporting period to October 31.
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How can an auction for the right to produce billions of barrels of oil be a flop when the government running the auction realizes revenue of $17 billion?