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Here’s How Southwestern Energy Stock Has Reacted to Past Earnings

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Consensus and actual earnings

In the past four quarters, Southwestern Energy (SWN) has beaten the consensus EPS estimate 50% of the time. It met the consensus EPS estimate 25% of the time but missed the consensus EPS estimate 25% of the time.

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How has SWN stock price reacted to past earnings?

Southwestern Energy reported its 3Q16 earnings after the market closed on October 20, 2016. In 3Q16, excluding one-time items, Southwestern Energy missed the consensus EPS estimate by $0.02 per share. Following that earnings release, worse-than-expected earnings saw the stock price fall ~28% in three weeks.

SWN reported its 2Q16 earnings after the market closed on July 21, 2016. In 2Q16, excluding one-time items, the company beat the consensus EPS estimate by $0.01 per share. Following that earnings release, better-than-expected earnings saw Southwestern Energy’s stock price rise ~12% in the one session.

Other stock reactions

SWN reported its 1Q16 earnings after markets closed on April 21, 2016. In 1Q16, excluding one-time items, Southwestern Energy beat the consensus EPS estimate by $0.13 per share. Following that earnings release, better-than-expected earnings saw the stock price rise ~30% in the four sessions.

Southwestern Energy reported its 4Q15 earnings after markets closed on February 25, 2016. In 4Q15, excluding one-time items, SWN reported adjusted EPS in-line with the consensus EPS estimate. Following that earnings release, in-line earnings saw the stock price fall ~17% in the three sessions.

Other oil and gas producers

In the past four quarters, upstream peers Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD), Devon Energy (DVN), and Murphy Oil (MUR) have beaten their earnings expectations ~75%, ~100%, and ~75% of the time, respectively.

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