Chesapeake Energy: 129 Weeks Of CDS Trading Volume
Graph displays 129 weeks of single name credit default swap contract trading volume from DTCC on this reference name from July 16, 2010 through December 30, 2012. More at Info@KamakuraCo.com
Chesapeake To Cut Natural Gas Production | NewsOK.com
Chesapeake Energy Corp. — which has billed itself as “America's Champion of Natural Gas” and is the country's second largest natural gas producer — said Tuesday that it has turned off the spigot and will see a 7 percent decline in its natural gas production in 2013.“This will bring to an
Chesapeake Energy 1 Year Default Risk 0.72%, Up 0.03% Today
Kamakura default probabilities are based on 1.76 million observations and 2046 defaults since 1990. Retail investor subscriptions available at Info@Kamakuraco.com
Social Media Outlook For Monday May 14 (AVP, NFLX, YHOO, A) |...
In recent years, traders and investors have increasingly turned to social media to discuss their investments. Now, interested parties can get a scientific look at what is being discussed on a weekly, monthly, and even hourly basis.Avon Products (NYSE: AVP) is trading up about 5% after the company
Benzinga's Financial Breakfast
This is your Benzinga news summary and trader's outlook covering headlines from overnight and today's pre-market session.Overseas TradingEuropean markets are lower in afternoon trading. Britain's FTSE 100 slid 2.17%, Germany's DAX fell 2.14% and France's CAC 40 dropped 2.5% on the session. Asian
Benzinga's Top Upgrades
Analysts at Wells Fargo upgraded RailAmerica Inc (NYSE: RA) from “market perform” to “outperform.” RA's shares closed at $23.26 on Friday. RailAmerica's trailing-twelve-month operating margin is 26.07%.Jefferies upgraded Calpine Corp (NYSE: CPN) from “hold” to “buy.” CPN's stock
Chesapeake Energy 5 Year Annualized Default Risk 0.09%, Up...
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The Commodity Investor: Chesapeake Energy Offers Grip On...
Natural gas is the second-most important commodity in the energy complex after crude oil, in terms of both volume and usage. In addition to being one of the most actively traded energy commodities, natural gas (or “natgas” as traders call it) has several important uses.
Rent-seeking And Greenwashing: The Case Of Sierra Club And...
The Sierra Club was outed for accepting $25 million in donations(?) from Chesapeake Energy, a major natural gas producer heavily involved in fracking. The Sierra Club used these funds for its "Beyond Coal" campaign...
Dirt Cheap Natgas Prices Force Drillers To Tighten Taps
Energy companies that have watched U.S. natural gas prices sink to 10-year lows are cutting production and slowing drilling, but it may not be enough to stem a price collapse that has squeezed their profits for months.New technologies have helped U.S. drillers unlock decades of supply from shale
Goldman Sachs Upgrades Southwestern Energy To Buy | Benzinga
Goldman Sachs has published a research report on Southwestern Energy (NYSE: SWN) and has upgraded the company from Neutral to Buy.In the report, Goldman Sachs writes, "We upgrade SWN to Buy after gassy E&Ps responded favorably to news CHK is reducing its dry gas production and drilling activity in
The Questionable Economics Of Shale Gas | SmartPlanet
Shale gas is being sold to the American public as a miracle, arriving just in time to save us from peak oil. It’s an abundant new fuel supply that will be a “game-changer,” we’re told. We’ll soon be a major exporter of gas to the rest of the world. The economics of
Frack You Peak Oil Nits: Utica Shale Is The Next Fracking...
It’s unlikely that anyone’s going to drill in the town of Tully into the now-famous Marcellus shale because the rock is too close to the surface. But that doesn’t mean drilling rigs and hydrofracking will bypass the town — and a large piece of Central New York. Despite all
What's That Burning Smell? Natural Gas Is On Fire |...
Natural gas prices have been on a tear in the past few months, jumping nearly 20% as temperatures soar across the country, particularly here in the Northeast.Since touching a 2011 low of around $3.80 per BTU, natural gas has been on fire
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