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Snapshot: Upstream Stocks' Implied Volatility and Short Interest

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Top 5 Upstream Stocks that Lead in Short Interest

Upstream stocks’ short interest-to-equity float ratios

On August 5, 2016, Clayton Williams Energy (CWEI) had the highest short interest-to-equity float ratio among the upstream stocks at ~58.1%. One month ago, it was ~58% and three months ago, it was ~40.9%.

Top 5 Upstream Stocks that Lead in Short Interest

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Clayton Williams Energy’s short interest-to-equity float ratio has been following a rising trend for the last three months. During this period, the stock has risen by 170.3%. The company’s net debt-to-EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) ratio is 9.6x. Its cash and cash equivalents were ~$184.9 million in 1Q16.

Bonanza Creek Energy sees the highest fall

Bonanza Creek Energy’s (BCEI) short interest-to-equity float ratio is ~37.3%. One month ago, it was ~37.4% and three months ago, it was 40.2%. Its net debt-to-EBITDA ratio was 3.5x. Its cash and cash equivalents were ~$218.6 million in 1Q16. The company’s stock has fallen by approximately -77.6% in the last three months—the largest fall among the upstream stocks.

Currently, Stone Energy’s (SGY) short interest-to-equity float ratio is ~48.3%. One month ago, it was ~41.4% and three months ago, it was ~33.3%. In the last three months, the stock has risen by ~38.7%. Stone Energy’s net debt-to-EBITDA ratio was 3.5x in 1Q16 and its cash and cash equivalents were $367.1 million.

EP Energy’s (EPE) short interest-to-equity float ratio is ~52.1%. One month ago, it was ~46.9% and three months ago, it was ~31.6%. Its net debt-to-EBITDA ratio is 3.6x and its cash and cash equivalents were $91 million in 1Q16. The stock has fallen by 33.7% in the last three months.

Northern Oil & Gas’s (NOG) short interest-to-equity float ratio is ~24.5%. One month ago, it was 23.9% and three months ago, it was ~28.2%. Its net debt-to-EBITDA ratio is ~4.6x. Its cash and cash equivalents were $4.3 million in 1Q16. The stock has returned ~28.2% in the last three months. California Resources (CRC) and Approach Resources (AREX) have short interest-to-equity float ratios of ~24.5% and ~22.4%, respectively.

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