Weakest Upstream Stocks in the Week Ending October 5


Nov. 20 2020, Updated 1:30 p.m. ET

Ring Energy

Ring Energy (REI), a crude oil–weighted exploration and production company focused in the Permian Basin, was the weakest upstream stock in the week ending October 5. Ring Energy fell 17.4% last week. The decline could be due to a rating downgrade and a target price cut at Morgan Stanley.

Ring Energy continued to be among the weakest upstream stocks for the third consecutive week. Overall, Ring Energy has lost 41.1% since the beginning of 2018.

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HighPoint Resources 

HighPoint Resources (HPR), a DJ Basin focused exploration and production company, was the second-worst performing upstream stock last week. The stock fell 13.5%. HighPoint Resources was among the weakest upstream stock for the second consecutive week. Overall, HighPoint Resources has lost 17.7% YTD.

Laredo Petroleum

Laredo Petroleum (LPI), a pure play Permian focused exploration and production company, was the third-weakest upstream stock last week. The stock fell 11.1%. Laredo Petroleum saw a sharp rally following the announcement of its inclusion in the S&P SmallCap 600 Index. However, all of these rallies were sold into. Laredo Petroleum has fallen 31.6% in 2018.

Other lowest performers

Whiting Petroleum (WLL), Alta Mesa Resources (AMR), Oasis Petroleum (OAS), W&T Offshore (WTI), Carrizo Oil & Gas (CRZO), Extraction Oil & Gas (XOG), and California Resources (CRC) were among the top ten lowest-performing upstream stocks last week.


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