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News & Analysis: EXCO Resources
The natural gas driller is considering a reverse stock split to regain compliance.
The Haynesville shale might be down, but improving drilling returns and rising LNG exports put it in the position to once again be a major growth driver for producers.
Oasis Petroleum, Denbury Resources, and EXCO Resources have two things in common: intriguing upside and real risk.
Oil prices are surging, along with financial markets, on news that the U.K. looks likely to stay part of the European Union. Here's how that matters for EXCO Resources.
Oil stocks rallied sharply this week despite another OPEC failure, led by double-digit gains in EXCO Resources, Energy Transfer Equity, Capital Product Partners, Enerplus, and NGL Energy Partners.
Higher oil prices and a lot of company-specific catalysts fueled big rallies in Chesapeake Energy, Crestwood Equity Partners, Pioneer Energy Services, Fairmont Santrol, and EXCO Resources.
These stocks led the markets lower. Find out why.
EXCO Resources was able to outpace Wall Street's rather modest expectations for the quarter thanks to cost-cutting and rapidly scaling back its capital spending plans.
Oil prices, along with some other catalysts, fueled double digit rallies in Energy Transfer Equity, American Midstream Partners, JP Energy Partners, CSI Compressco, and EXCO Resources.