Chesapeake Energy: There Is More Where That Came From – Seeking Alpha

Chesapeake Energy: There Is More Where That Came From – Seeking Alpha

What Will It Take to Finally Move Chesapeake Energy Stock Higher?The stock of Chesapeake Energy (CHK) has taken a pause from the recent rally. The exciting merger has now been completed. Plus there are rumors that a major shareholder wants to exit (along with the stock overhang). But this management has brought this company back from the walking dead. The company was headed towards a certain corporate reorganization until this management found a way out…

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Chesapeake Energy Climbs Despite First-Quarter Revenue Miss – TheStreet.com

Chesapeake Energy Climbs Despite First-Quarter Revenue Miss – TheStreet.com

3 Numbers From Chesapeake Energys Q1 Report That You Wont Want to MissChesapeake Energys (NYSE:CHK) first-quarter results didnt come in quite as good as analysts expected. Overall, the companys adjusted earnings fell short of the consensus estimate by $0.01 per share. That miss grabbed headlines and cooled off the companys red-hot stock.

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Will Chesapeake See Improved Results In 2019? – Trefis

Will Chesapeake See Improved Results In 2019? – Trefis

Chesapeake Energy shares slid 4% Friday, after Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock to sell and said it expects the company to have less favorable supply cost and corporate returns than rivals. Analysts led by Brian Singer said an analysis of U.S. supply cost/competitive positioning implications from 2018 reserve reports and its own projections for 2019 cash margins found that the median U.S. supply cost to achieve an 11% after-tax rate of return is $53 a…

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Chesapeake Energy Corp (CHK) Stock Decreases -5.57% This Week: Whats Next? – InvestorsObserver

Chesapeake Energy Corp (CHK) Stock Decreases -5.57% This Week: Whats Next? – InvestorsObserver

Chesapeake Energy shares slid 4% Friday, after Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock to sell and said it expects the company to have less favorable supply cost and corporate returns than rivals. Analysts led by Brian Singer said an analysis of U.S. supply cost/competitive positioning implications from 2018 reserve reports and its own projections for 2019 cash margins found that the median U.S. supply cost to achieve an 11% after-tax rate of return is $53 a…

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