|Day Low/High||5.42 / 5.66|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.56 / 8.20|
TheStreet reported earlier this month that the Haynesville Shale-focused operator was expected by sources to file for an IPO shortly.
Investors seem to be struggling with where to place their bets as U.S. producers kick back into gear, but analysts have mapped out a few to keep an eye on.
There have been some successful offerings so far this year, but what are the next offerings to hit the market?
The company is among a group of players focused on the natural gas basin sources expect to hit the public markets in the next several months.
The beaten-down oil and gas explorer might finally be on the cusp of recovery.
March vehicle sales were ugly. Ugly, with a capital U.
This month's resilience in the market has a lot to do with short squeezes in big tech names.
Another rally in crude oil pushes prices to three-week highs and lights a flame under the energy sector.
The S&P 500 inches higher in mixed trading Wednesday as a rally in crude helps the energy sector.
Which stocks have been the biggest dogs on Wall Street since the start of the calendar 2017 year?
Chesapeake still has plenty of problems but it has laid foundations for long-term growth.
The producer of natural gas is well positioned to succeed in the North American shale low-price commodity environment, Stifel analyst Karl Chalabala wrote.
The weather event that could cause warmer-than-expected weather has energy trading strategists optimistic about natural gas demand and stocks.
Insiders at Herbalife, Chesapeake Energy and three other companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.
Saudi Arabia overstated its February production according to Goldman, which claimed OPEC production cuts will help oil demand overtake supply in the second quarter.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Arconic, Treehouse Foods, Magellan Midstream Partners.
Jim Cramer says if Trump really wants to lower drug prices, he should target our trading partners.
Wall Street is pulled in two directions on Thursday with a bounce in crude prices boosting the Dow and a selloff in Tesla dragging on the Nasdaq.
The Nasdaq falls Thursday as a mixed reaction to Tesla's recent quarter leads to a selloff. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dips.
Stock futures inch higher on Thursday, setting the Dow Jones Industrial Average up for more records as crude oil posts solid gains.
If you are already long the space, you likely need some protection at this point.
Investors will be watching a newly hawkish Federal Reserve in the coming week.
Jim Cramer says next week's earnings calendar is littered with brick-and-mortar roadkill.