Capital World Investors added a major position in ConocoPhillips (COP) during the second quarter, buying 19.6 million COP shares for $1.4 billion. Meanwhile, Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss sold the most, unloading 8.4 million COP shares. Altogether, COP’s top ten buyers and sellers added 12.2 million net positions, indicating bullishness. The Vanguard Group has remained COP’s largest holder despite unloading 3.9 million positions during the quarter. It currently holds 7.6% of the company.
Capital Research Global Investors added a major position in EOG Resources (EOG) during the second quarter, buying 7.6 million EOG shares for $943.4 million. Meanwhile, Amundi Pioneer Asset Management was the stock’s biggest seller, unloading 1.8 million EOG shares. Altogether, EOG’s top buyers and sellers added 14.3 million positions, indicating bullishness. Capital Research Global Investors became EOG’s top institutional holder by adding 7.6 million shares. It currently holds 8.9% of the company.
Overall, Occidental Petroleum’s (OXY) top buyers and sellers added 5.2 million positions, indicating bullishness. Fidelity Management & Research was OXY’s biggest buyer in OXY, adding 4.2 million positions. Meanwhile, American Century Investment Management was its biggest seller, unloading 3.2 million positions. The Vanguard Group is OXY’s top institutional holder, with 8.0% of the company.
Anadarko Petroleum’s (APC) top buyers and sellers unloaded a total of 4.4 million positions in the second quarter. Its biggest seller, Franklin Advisers, sold 4.2 million shares. Meanwhile, BlackRock Financial Management was its biggest investor, buying 2.5 million positions. Dodge & Cox is still APC’s top institutional holder, despite unloading 1.53 million shares during the quarter. It currently holds 8.7% of the company.