Southwestern Energy: Post-Earnings Wall Street Ratings



Analysts’ recommendations for Southwestern Energy

On May 1, Reuters reported 31 analysts tracking Southwestern Energy (SWN) stock. Of these analysts, ~3.0% gave “strong buy” recommendations, and ~13.0% gave “buy” recommendations. Around 68.0% of these analysts gave “hold” recommendations, and ~16.0% gave “sell” recommendations on SWN. These analysts didn’t provide any “strong sell” recommendations on the stock.

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SWN’s mean target price

Since its 1Q18 earnings, Southwestern Energy stock’s mean target price has decreased from $6.09 to $5.94. SWN’s mean target price of $5.94 is ~41.0% higher than its May 1 closing price of $4.21. 

Other oil and gas producers

Based on the mean price targets from Wall Street analysts, oil and gas companies Diamondback Energy (FANG) and CNX Resources (CNX) have potential upsides of ~23.0% and ~38.0%, respectively, from their May 1 closing prices. Range Resources (RRC) has a potential upside of ~56.0%. CNX and RRC are primarily natural gas producers.


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