Sanchez Energy’s Guidance for 2017 after Recent Acquisition
Consensus rating for Sanchez Energy About 47.0% of analysts rate Sanchez Energy (SN) a “buy,” and 53.0% rate it a “hold.” The average broker target price of $15.53 implies a…
Sanchez Energy’s (SN) current implied volatility is ~62.0%, which is 1.5% lower than its 15-day average of ~63.0%.
After Sanchez Energy’s (SN) 4Q16 before-market earnings release on February 22, 2017, SN stock fell ~2.8%. Year-over-year, SN has risen 294.0%.
Sanchez’s key operational highlights Sanchez Energy’s (SN) total production volume in 4Q16 was 4.6 MMboe (million barrels of oil equivalent). In comparison, its 4Q15 production volume was 5.3 MMboe. SN’s…
Sanchez Energy (SN) reported its 4Q16 earnings on February 22, 2017, before the markets opened. Its revenue was ~$126.0 million compared to ~$109.5 million in 4Q15.
The average broker target price of $162.23 for CXO implies a potential return of ~13% for the stock in the next 12 months.
Concho Resources’ (CXO) current implied volatility is ~28.8%, ~3.3% lower than its 15-day average of 30%.
Following Concho Resources’ (CXO) 4Q16 aftermarket earnings release on February 21, 2017, its stock rose ~1%. However, in after-hours trading, its stock fell ~3%.
Concho Resources’ (CXO) 4Q16 production volumes totaled 164.3 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day (or Mboepd).
Concho Resources’ (CXO) 4Q16 revenue rose ~35% YoY (year-over-year). In comparison, its YoY revenue growth was -34.0% in 4Q15 and -7.0% in 3Q16.
Concho Resources (CXO) reported its 4Q16 earnings after the market closed on February 21, 2017. Its 4Q16 revenue was ~$525 million.
VFC’s gross margin is likely to remain flat at 48.6% and would include 70 basis points of negative impact from currency adjustments.
For fiscal 2016, VFC’s adjusted earnings per share rose 2% to $3.11. On a constant currency basis, the increase was ~7%.
After reporting flat top-line growth in fiscal 2016, VF Corporation’s (VFC) management is looking for a low single-digit percentage increase in the company’s fiscal 2017 top line.
VF Corporation’s (VFC) Outdoor & Action Sports revenues grew 2% in fiscal 2016 to $7.5 billion.
Revenues from VFC’s Outdoor and Action Sports segment rose 2% YoY to $2.1 billion, slightly below the company’s expectations.
VFC’s Jeanswear segment, which includes its iconic Lee and Wrangler brands, recorded a 5.4% year-over-year decline in 4Q16 sales to $697 million.
VF Corporation’s (VFC) top line from continuing operations remained almost flat during fiscal 4Q16. Its total revenues stood at ~$3.3 billion, missing Wall Street estimates by $120 million.
VF Corporation’s D2C revenues rose 11% YoY, gaining strength from a mid-teen surge in the Outdoor & Action Sports and a low double-digit rise in Jeanswear.
VF Corporation (VFC) reported its results for fiscal 4Q16 and fiscal 2016 on February 17, 2017. VFC’s earnings per share increased 2.1% to $0.97 while its total revenues fell 3.6% YoY to ~$3.3 billion.