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Top Oil-Producing Companies’ Stock Prices Fall

Looking at the top US-listed oil-producing companies’ stock prices, ExxonMobil, BP, and Chevron have fallen by 40.5%, 41.6%, and 31.5% in 2020.
Natural gas

Should You Buy Natural Gas Futures amid COVID-19?

The volatility in Henry Hub gas prices might concern investors. You could look for natural gas-weighted stocks like EQT and Cabot Oil & Gas.
crude oil

How Long Could Crude Oil Keep Falling?

On Monday, the WTI crude oil futures May contract fell as low as -$40.32 per barrel. Oil turned negative for the first time since its discovery in 1875.
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Boeing 737 Crash and Effects on Oil Prices

On Wednesday, a Boeing 737 plane crashed in Iran. If the crash was due to a missile strike, how will international tensions and sanctions affect oil prices?
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These Are the Top 5 Upstream Energy Dividend Stocks

Investors' preference for top dividend stocks could increase in 2020. Among sector-specific ETFs, the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF reigns supreme.
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HSBC Cut ExxonMobil’s Target Price before Q4 Earnings

ExxonMobil's stock price has been flat year-to-date. HSBC cut its target price on the stock from $74.5 to $74 before the company's fourth-quarter earnings.
utility stocks

Where Utility Stocks Could Go amid Valuation Concerns

Utility stocks have been rallying for the last two years amid broader market volatility. The rally in these stocks steepened last year.
sunpower stock

Where Could SunPower Stock Go from Here?

Wall Street analysts have given SunPower stock a mean target price of $8.56, which indicates a potential upside of 11.5% for the next 12 months.
Chesapeake Energy

What Does 2020 Hold for Chesapeake?

In 2019, Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK) declined by 60.7%. How will its earnings, price targets, and the current US-Iran tensions affect its 2020 outlook?