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Why Noble Energy's Stock Fell despite Its Earnings Beat

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What Wall Street Recommends for Noble Energy after Q2 Earnings

Analysts’ rating for Noble Energy

Approximately 50% of analysts have rated Noble Energy (NBL) as a “buy,” and 28% rate the stock as a “hold.” The average broker target price of $38.19 implies a potential return of ~50% in the next 12 months.

What Wall Street Recommends for Noble Energy after Q2 Earnings

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High and low target prices provided by analysts

Analysts’ high and low target prices for Noble Energy are $62 and $23, respectively. Noble is a component of the First Trust ISE-Revere Natural Gas Index Fund (FCG), which invests ~6% of its portfolio in Noble Energy.

Recent rating changes

In late June, Seaport Global downgraded NBL to “sell.” In May, Bank of America had upgraded the stock to “buy.”

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