|Bid||15.49 x 800|
|Ask||15.50 x 3200|
|Day's Range||15.44 - 16.25|
|52 Week Range||13.72 - 28.83|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.90|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.77|
|Earnings Date||Nov 5, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.12 (0.77%)|
|1y Target Est||24.30|
BOSTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / October 18, 2019 / Berman Tabacco ( www.bermantabacco.com ), a national law firm representing investors, is investigating potential breaches of fiduciary duty by the Officers ...
NEW YORK, Oct. 16, 2019 -- The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP: To: All Persons or Entities who purchased Jagged Peak Energy Inc. (“Jagged.
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Should the deal get through, Parsley Energy (PE) stakeholders will possess 77% of the combined entity while the rest will be held by Jagged Peak stakeholders.
Jagged Peak Energy Inc., a Denver-based oil and gas company, is merging with a larger Texas company in a deal worth nearly $2.3 billion that consolidates operations in Texas’ Delaware Basin. The deal, if it closes as expected early next year, will leave Denver with one less headquarters of a publicly-traded oil and gas company. Austin-based Parsley Energy Inc. (NYSE: PE) and Jagged Peak (NYSE: JAG) announced the merger Monday.
NEW YORK , Oct. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Rowley Law PLLC is investigating potential claims against Jagged Peak Energy Inc. (NYSE: JAG) and its board of directors for breach of fiduciary duty concerning ...
SAN DIEGO , Oct. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Shareholder rights law firm Johnson Fistel, LLP has launched an investigation into whether the board members of Jagged Peak Energy Inc. (NYSE: JAG) ("Jagged") ...
Shares of Jagged Peak Energy Inc. slumped 5.9% in morning trading despite a deal to be bought out by Parsley Energy Inc. , as Parsley's stock tumbled amid dilution concerns, as the deal is an "all stock" deal. Earlier Monday, the oil and natural gas companies said Parsley will buy Jagged Peak in a stock deal valued at $2.23 billion including debt. Based on Friday's closing prices, the share exchange agreement valued Jagged Peak shares at $7.59 each, or an 11.2% premium. But at current prices, the deal would value Jagged Peak shares at $6.60 each, or 3.2% below Friday's closing price. Parsley's stock is on track to suffer the biggest one-day selloff since January 2018. Since the end of 2018, Parsley's stock has lost 2.6% and Jagged Peak shares have plunged 29.6%, while the SPDR Energy Select Services ETF has edged up 0.1% and the S&P 500 has climbed 18.4%.
AUSTIN, Texas and DENVER, Oct. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Parsley Energy, Inc. (PE) ("Parsley," or "Parsley Energy") and Jagged Peak Energy Inc. (JAG) ("Jagged Peak") today announced they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Parsley will acquire Jagged Peak in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $2.27 billion, including Jagged Peak's net debt of approximately $625 million as of June 30, 2019. Under the terms of the agreement, Jagged Peak shareholders will receive a fixed exchange ratio of 0.447 shares of Parsley Class A common stock for each share of Jagged Peak common stock they own. This represents $7.59 per Jagged Peak share based on Parsley's closing price on October 11, 2019, and a premium of 1.5% compared to Jagged Peak's 30-day volume weighted average price and 11.2% compared to Jagged Peak's closing price on October 11, 2019.
Parsley Energy agreed to buy Jagged Peak Energy , in a $1.65 billion deal bringing together two specialists in fracking in the Permian Basin, the companies said on Monday. Terms of the all-stock deal also call for Parsley to take on Jagged Peak's debt of $625 million. Holders of Parsley would get 77% and Jagged Peak holders 23% of the new company.
U.S. independents Parsley Energy, Inc. and Jagged Peak Energy Inc. have entered into a definitive merger agreement which will allow Parsley to acquire Jagged Peak in an all-stock deal valued at $2.27 billion.
AUSTIN, Texas , Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Parsley Energy, Inc. (NYSE: PE) plans to report third quarter 2019 financial results on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 after the close of trading on the New York ...
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Moody's Investors Service (Moody's) upgraded Parsley Energy LLC's (Parsley) Corporate Family Rating (CFR) to Ba2 from Ba3, Probability of Default Rating (PDR) to Ba2-PD from Ba3-PD and senior unsecured notes to Ba3 from B1, and upgraded its Speculative Grade Liquidity (SGL) rating to SGL-1 from SGL-3.
Whether from conventional or renewable sources, energy is the world’s truly must-have commodity. Without it, the global economy would simply halt. This bottom-line absolute necessity gives a resilience to energy companies that strengthens them in the markets and attracts positive attention from Wall Street’s analysts.“We believe favorable technicals, improving fundamentals with stabilizing business cycle, and ongoing geopolitical tensions in the Middle East could help redirect flows into this universally hated and cheap [energy] sector,” said JP Morgan's chief U.S. equity strategist, Dubravko Lakos-Buja.We’ve opened up TipRanks’ Stock Screener to find three Strong Buy energy stocks that combine positive analyst endorsements with high upside. Each represents a different segment of the energy sector, and each shows how an energy company can leverage the unique features of a particular niche to boost the stock and benefit shareholders. Enphase Energy: 41% UpsideThe market leader in microinverter solar technology, Enphase (ENPH – Get Report) has shipped over 10 million microinverters to the North American, European, and Australian residential and commercial markets. Solar energy – clean and infinite – is widely considered a major source of future commercial power generation, and microinverters are an important part of a solar system. The devices convert the direct current power from a photovoltaic panel into the alternating current used on electrical grids. Enphase was the first company to set up successful, large-scale microinverter production. Year-to-date, Enphase stock is up a whopping 370%.The company’s leading role in its niche has prompted JPMorgan’s 4-star analyst Mark Strouse to initiate coverage of the stock with a 'buy' rating and a $32 price target. He says, “We are encouraged by ENPH’s fundamental outlook, driven by industry tailwinds (unit growth in solar, MLPE share gains against traditional string inverters, residential energy storage penetration), as well as company-specific tailwinds (new products, improving margins and cash flow, international expansion opportunities).” Strouse’s price target suggests room for an additional 43% upside in the coming 12 months. (To watch Strouse's track record, click here)Strong products and a clear path to monetization are a firm foundation for any company, and Gus Richard, of Northland Securities, sees plenty of both at Enphase. In his recent research note on the company, Richard says, “ENPH product offerings are shifting away from components to energy management solutions. The Company is developing software and hardware that allow a consumer to optimize its production and usage of electricity with the introduction of its Ensemble solution that incorporates its new inverter IQ 8 and Encharge its battery solution. The Ensemble solution will expand the Company’s revenue opportunity per household from $2K to $10K.” Richard’s $40 price target implies an impressive upside potential of 79%. Overall, Enphase has a Strong Buy from the analyst consensus. In the last three months, 8 top analysts have reviewed this stock, and all have given buy ratings. Shares are currently selling for $22, and the $31 average price target suggests an upside of 41%. (See ENPH's price targets and analyst ratings on TipRanks) First Solar: 31% UpsideWhere Enhpase focuses on inverter tech, First Solar (FSLR – Get Report) manufactures actual photovoltaic panels that collect solar radiation for energy conversion. The company supplies large-scale installations for solar power plants, and offers service across the full life cycle of the panels – from purchase and financing, to construction, to maintenance and recycling. First Solar is also a leader in cadmium telluride semiconducting panels, and is notable as the first major solar panel producer to push its production cost below $1 per watt of power. The company’s stock is up 37% this year, and has recorded a 49% three-year gain. 4-star analyst Jon Windham, of UBS, reiterated his buy rating on FSLR earlier this month. Citing the company’s move away from direct participation in engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC), Windham writes, “The switch to the larger industry standard sizing of the Series 6 module is key to enabling FSLR to effectively utilize third party EPC. In our view, this transition will give FSLR more flexibility in the development process and enable increased management focus on higher margin Series 6 module manufacturing operations.” Windham’s price target of $80 indicates a 36% upside potential.FSLR’s Strong Buy consensus rating is derived from 5 buys and 1 hold given in the past three months. The stock is selling for $58, and the average price target of $76.50 suggests a robust upside potential of nearly 31%. (See FSLR's price targets and analyst ratings on TipRanks) Parsley Energy: 41% UpsideLast month, Parsley (PE – Get Report) beat the earnings forecast, showing 32 cents EPS as opposed to the estimated 31. Q2 revenues came in at $498.54 million. Both EPS and revenue were well ahead of the previous year’s Q2. Riding high on the earnings optimism, Parsley management announced the company’s first dividend, a 3-cent payment to be disbursed quarterly.Parsley built its profitable business on the Texas oilpatch. The company is engaged in exploration and drilling in the Permian basin of West Texas, currently the richest oil producing area the United States.Writing from Piper Jaffray, Kashy Harrison sums up Parsley’s situation: “Parsley's execution this year has been solid. Following the indication of a Q3 production beat and the initiation of a dividend, PE has achieved a multiple inline with larger Permian players… We believe PE is well positioned to exit 2019 favorably. Accordingly, with 2019 coming to a close, investors are increasingly exploring 2020 probabilities… We believe PE has the potential to deliver around 10% production growth…” Harrison’s $22 price target implies an upside of 29%.Neal Dingmann, of SunTrust Robinson, believe that this oil company is on the way up. He writes, “We continue to forecast Parsley to growth ˜2%+/qtr and become FCF positive this month while remaining FCF positive in 2020 even if oil prices fall as low as ~$51/bbl… We believe the company is in a position to generate doubledigit exit-to-exit oil production growth in 2020 while generating $200MM+ in free cash flow.” His price target, $23, indicates his confidence in a 35% upside for PE.Parsley holds a Strong Buy rating from the analyst consensus, based on 10 buys and 2 holds assigned over the past three months. At just $17 per share, PE has the lowest cost of entry of the stocks in this list. The average price target, $24, suggests a 41% upside. (See PE's price targets and analyst ratings on TipRanks)
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Pioneer Natural Resources, Concho Resources, Callon Petroleum, Parsley Energy and Diamondback Energy
Production from the Permian Basin of Texas and New Mexico is set to climb by 71,000 barrels per day to a record of about 4.485 million barrels per day in October.
The world just lost 5% of its daily oil output, as Saudi Arabi cut production by half in the wake of a drone attack on Saudi Aramco oil fields. The attack was claimed by the Houthi rebels of neighboring Yemen, and is part of an ongoing conflict on the Arabian Peninsula.In immediate, practical terms, industry analysts expect crude to gain as much as $10 per barrel when trading resumes after the weekend. From Seaport Global, head of energy trading Roberto Friendlander said after the attack that the exact spike in oil prices will depend on how long Saudi production is disrupted: “If it is a few days, the Saudis are working to restore production and will provide more information in the next 48 hours, the impact is more likely to be $3-5…”As of early Monday, September 16, Brent crude, the key international benchmark, is up $5.82, or 9.66%, in early hours trading. The price spike, which exceeded $11 in the first few seconds of London’s trading, was the largest intraday jump ever recorded in oil trading. The 5.7 million barrel per day drop in output is the worst disruption the oil markets have ever faced.Of course, every market disruption marks an opportunity for someone. If Saudi oil is off the markets, the supply has to be compensated somewhere, and this where the last few years’ surge in American output is important. Increased production from US oil and gas fields have made the country the world’s top oil producer, and at current trends the US will become a net exporter of oil and gas in 2020.With this in the background, it’s time again to look at the Texas oil companies. The Permian Basin oil fields of West Texas are richest petroleum producing areas in the United States. We’ve dipped into TipRanks’ database, to find out what Wall Street’s analysts are saying about the energy companies working in the Texas oil fields. Concho Resources, Inc.Concho (CXO – Get Report) is one of many energy companies that focuses on the Permian Basin. The company’s specific operating areas are in the Delaware Basin, the Permian’s second largest subdivision, and CXO controls over 1.1 billion barrels of proven hydrocarbon reserves.The stock offers buyers a discount at the moment, as it’s down 24% in the markets following an EPS miss in July’s Q2 earnings report. Despite the miss, both hedge funds and market insiders are picking up this stock. Hedge funds increased holdings in CXO by 1.7 million shares in Q2, while last month, after the earnings report, industry insiders bought over $1.5 million worth of shares in Concho.Wall Street analysts are also bullish on CXO. From MKM Partners, John Gerdes gives it a $116 price target, indicating confidence in an impressive 57% upside. Jefferies analyst Mark Lear is even more optimistic about Concho. His $127 target implies an upside of 72%.Overall, CXO has a $118 average price target from the analysts, suggesting an upside of 61% from the share price of $73. The Moderate Buy consensus rating is based on 12 buys, 2 holds, and 1 sell set in the last three months. Diamondback Energy, Inc.Diamondback (FANG – Get Report) offers investors a firm base of 992 million barrels of proven oil and gas reserves in the Permian Basin. Petroleum makes up 63% of the company’s recoverable assets, while natural gas and natural gas liquids make up the remaining 37%.Diamondback reported a mixed result in the second quarter. EPS and revenues, at $1.70 and $1.02 billion, were both up year-over-year, but missed the forecasts. Net profit was a robust $349 million, and the company continues to pay out its quarterly dividend of 18.75 cents per share. Looking at long-term trends, FANG shares are up 29% in the last five years.Writing from Roth Capital, analyst John White, described the Q2 results as “solid,” and added that he was “encouraged as the company lowered the midpoint of 2019 capital expenditure guidance and increased the midpoint of full year 2019 production guide.” His $140 price target suggests an upside of 44%.Kashy Harrison, of Piper Jaffray, is also bullish on FANG. He raised his price target by a half percent, from $155 to $156, implying an impressive upside potential of 61%.Diamondback’s analyst consensus rating of Strong Buy reflects a unanimous outlook – of 12 recent reviews, all are buys. Shares sell for $96, and the average price target of $143 gives the stock a 48% potential upside. Parsley Energy, Inc.Our third -buy rated Permian producer is Parsley Energy (PE – Get Report). One month ago, Parsley beat the Q2 earnings estimates, reporting 32 cents per share against a forecast of 31, and showing revenues of $498.54 million. Both EPS and revenues easily beat the year-ago numbers. After the earnings beat, company management announced a modest 3-cent quarterly dividend would be initiated, payable on September 30 to shareholders of record as of September 20.The strong quarter has Wall Street analysts bullish on PE. At Merrill Lynch, Asit Sen boosted his price target from $23 to $27, an increase of 17%. The new $27 target suggests an upside of 45% for PE shares.Neal Dingmann, of SunTrust Robinson, maintained his target of $23, along with this buy rating. In his comments on the stock, he wrote, “We continue to forecast Parsley to growth ˜2%+/qtr and become FCF positive this month while remaining FCF positive in 2020 even if oil prices fall as low as ~$51/bbl. Further, we estimate upcoming incremental shareholder returns as seen with the recent institution of a dividend. We believe the company could pursue spin-offs/equity monetizations/sales of its water infrastructure & minerals holdings that could represent upcoming catalysts for the stock.” Dingmann’s price target implies an upside of 24%.PE is the lowest cost of the three stocks in this list, with a share price of $18.50. It represents an affordable point of entry to the explosive Texas oil market. The $23.73 average price target gives the stock an upside potential of 28%. Parsley’s Strong Buy consensus rating comes from 9 buys and 2 holds given in the past three months.Visit TipRanks’ Stock Comparison tool, and take a look at other top oil stocks.
After Parsley Energy, Inc.'s (NYSE:PE) earnings announcement in June 2019, it seems that analyst forecasts are...
Parsley Energy (PE) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.