"After underperforming the group in 2011, XCO stock has underperformed YTD," JPMorgan analysts wrote in an April 19 report. "The underperformance likely is due to EXCO's above average gas leverage and investor concern about the company's liquidity position, in our view."Shares of EXCO Resources hit a 52-week low Monday of $5.65. The stock's 52-week high of $21.03 was set on May 2. Thirteen of the 16 analysts who cover EXCO Resources rated it hold. Two analysts gave the stock a sell rating and one rated it buy. TheStreet Ratings gives EXCO Resources a D+ grade and sell rating. The stock has fallen 41.24% year to date. -- Written by Alexandra Zendrian
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