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223.07 +0.1 (+0.04%)
After market: 223.25 +0.18 (+0.08%)
These oil companies plan to return most of their oil-fueled windfalls to shareholders.
As crude oil prices march higher, investors should consider a position in one of these energy majors, each of which pays a solid dividend.
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As US explorers bore horizontal holes longer than 50 football fields to extract hard-to-reach crude, the costs and challenges mount.
If you are looking at Pioneer Natural Resources today you need to understand just how important oil prices are to the stock price.
These companies pay oil-fueled dividends.
Pioneer Natural Resources has a performance linked dividend that is important to consider when looking at this stock's return profile.
OPEC extended its production cuts through the end of the year.
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Higher oil prices could give these companies the fuel to generate a lot more cash flow in the coming quarters.
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Pioneer Natural Resources sees several factors supporting higher oil prices.
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Pioneer Natural Rscs shows rising price performance, earning an upgrade to its IBD Relative Strength Rating
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Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD), Gulfport Energy (GPOR) and SM Energy (SM) are all upgraded to Overweight at J.P. Morgan, seeing a better risk/reward position for the shale-levered stocks.
With social normalization trends translating to rising hydrocarbon consumption, these are the oil stocks to buy for shrewd investors.
Thanks to rosy outlooks on oil prices, these three top-tier oil stocks certainly have the potential to soar to new highs.