|Day Low/High||9.20 / 9.70|
|52 Wk Low/High||8.80 / 15.24|
Shares of Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) are up in midday trading as crude continued gains from the previous session.
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Shares of Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) surged in late morning trading Thursday as oil prices rallied following Wednesday's sharp plunge.
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Shares of Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) are slumping after Canaccord Genuity downgraded the company to 'hold' from 'buy' and lowered its price target to $2.75 from $6.
Shares of Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) closed up today after oil rose further on solid U.S. manufacturing data and a weaker dollar.
Oil companies, once banking on oil prices they expected to stay near $100 a barrel, have been forced to take some extreme measures in order to ensure their survival.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks with Jim Cramer about the very distressed oil companies working in U.S. shale.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
Should we buy a stock executives and directors are busy selling?
"The worst thing is the devil you don't know," says Fadel Gheit, senior energy analyst at Oppenheimer.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet, talks with Stephanie Link about the trade opportunities for people willing to dive into a very volatile oil market.
My best work was avoiding areas where money was likely to be lost.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about where we want oil to be if we want the market higher and the gross domestic product number.
The formation, home to the last major untapped shale oil resource in the U.S., is one of the most expensive places to drill for oil and gas.
These names should jump higher if oil prices rally next year, but don't carry enough debt to make them bankruptcy risks.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
Stocks with insider trader activity include GDP, EMCI and PSEC
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) as a "perilous reversal" (up big yesterday but down big today) candidate
Stocks are at session lows on Wednesday as crude oil prices slide to multi-year lows below $61 a barrel.
The energy sector weighs on benchmark indices Wednesday as crude oil prices tumble.
Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) is falling Wednesday after announcing it will explore the sale of its Eagle Ford Shale asset and announcing its preliminary capital expenditure budget for 2015.
Crude oil prices resume their slide on Wednesday, though stock futures are taking it in stride.
It's China and Greece, not oil, receiving the bulk of blame for a selloff which saddled U.S. indices with triple-digit losses at one point over Tuesday's session.
The S&P 500 recovers from session lows on Tuesday in a volatile trading session which saw stocks plummet as part of a global market selloff.
Shares of Goodrich Petroleum (GDP) declined more than 10% to hit a 52-week low of $3.27 on Monday as oil prices hit a five-year low.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks to Jim Cramer about the winners and losers of an under-$70-a-barrel oil market.
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