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What Happened in the Energy Sector Last Week?

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What Happened in the Energy Sector Last Week? PART 6 OF 8

What Analysts Thought about Energy Stocks Last Week

Occidental Petroleum

On August 3, 2017, around 30.4% of the total analysts covering Occidental Petroleum (OXY) had “strong buy” or “buy” recommendations on the stock. As of August 3, 2017, 23 analysts provided recommendations on OXY.

What Analysts Thought about Energy Stocks Last Week

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Oasis Petroleum

Approximately 35.2% of analysts covering Oasis Petroleum (OAS) rated the stock as a “buy” and 23.5% rated it as a “strong buy.” Around 38.2% of the analysts rated Oasis Petroleum as a “hold.” The company’s average target price is $13.16, which implies a return of ~79% over the next 12 months.

Devon Energy

As of August 2, 2017, 41.2% of the analysts covering Devon Energy (DVN) gave “buy” recommendations. As of this date, 34 analysts provided recommendations on Devon Energy. Eight analysts rated it as a “strong buy,” 14 analysts rated it as a “buy,” and 12 analysts rated it as a “hold.” No analyst gave a “strong sell” or “sell” recommendation for Devon Energy stock.

Phillips 66

Since its earnings, Phillips 66 (PSX) has been rated by a total of 19 analysts. Of the total, six analysts assigned “buy” or “strong buy” ratings, 13 analysts assigned a “hold” rating, and no analysts assigned “sell” or “strong sell” ratings on the stock.

BP

After its earnings, BP has been rated by 11 analysts. Four analysts assigned “buy” or “strong buy” ratings, six analysts assigned “hold” ratings, and one analyst assigned “sell” ratings on the stock. BP could witness a change in its ratings as analysts review the 2Q17 numbers. BP’s mean target price is $38 per share, which implies a 4% gain from the current level.

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