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W&T Offshore Stock Rises 35% So Far in September: What’s Up?

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Where Wall Street Thinks W&T Offshore Could Trade in a Year

Analyst recommendations for W&T Offshore

As of September 18, 2017, 50.00% of analysts covering W&T Offshore (WTI) have “hold” recommendations on the stock. As of September 18, 2017, Reuters reported only four analysts providing recommendations for WTI. Of those, two analysts have “hold” recommendations, and the remaining two have “sell” recommendations for WTI stock. There are no “strong buy,” “buy,” or “strong sell” recommendations.

Where Wall Street Thinks W&amp;T Offshore Could Trade in a Year

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WTI’s median target price

The median target price for W&T Offshore stock is $1.75, which is ~32.0% lower than its September 19, 2017, closing price of $2.57.

Analyst recommendation changes for WTI

In the last three months, the number of analysts giving a “hold” recommendation for W&T Offshore stock has fallen from three to two, and the number of “sell” recommendations has risen from one to two. The “strong buy,” “buy,” and “strong sell” ratings have remained unchanged.

In the last three months, W&T Offshore’s median target price has fallen from $3 to $1.75.

Other oil and gas producers

Based on the median price targets from Wall Street analysts, oil and gas companies Kosmos Energy (KOS) and Diamondback Energy (FANG) have potential upsides of ~20.0% and ~24.0%, respectively, from their September 19, 2017, closing prices. Southwestern Energy (SWN) has a potential upside of ~39.0%. SWN is primarily a natural gas (UNG) producer and operates in the Appalachia region in the United States.

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