Analyst recommendations for Southwestern Energy

As of January 19, Reuters reported 32 analysts having recommendations on Southwestern Energy (SWN). Of these, four analysts have “strong buy” and three analysts have “buy” recommendations. Twenty-two analysts have “hold” recommendations on SWN. There are three “sell” and no “strong sell” recommendations on the stock.

Where Wall Street Thinks Southwestern Energy Can Trade in 2018

SWN’s median target price

The mean target price on Southwestern Energy is $7.00, which is ~36% higher than its January 19 closing price of $5.14.

Wall Street analyst target price changes for SWN

In the last month, Southwestern Energy stock’s mean target price has fallen from $8.00 to $7.00. Below, we’ll discuss the individual target price changes from Wall Street analysts.

The most recent target price change on SWN stock came from Cowen and Company, which has been issued on January 18, 2018. Morgan Stanley reduced the SWN’s target price from $9.00 to $8.00, which is ~56% higher than January 19, 2018, closing price of $5.14.

Other natural gas producers

Based on the mean price targets from Wall Street analysts, other natural gas (UNG) producers Range Resources (RRC) and Consol Energy (CNX) have potential upsides of ~66% and ~26%, respectively, from their January 19 closing prices.

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