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Major Integrated Oil & Gas Hot Stocks: (NYSE:ECA), (NYSE:XOM), (NYSE:COP), (NYSE:CVX)

on 06/02/2013

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Today’s focus is on: ECA, XOM, COP, CVX

EnCana Corporation (USA) (NYSE:ECA) was among the Major Integrated Oil & Gas hot stocks and traded with volume of 12.54 million shares and its average volume was 4.87 million shares. The stock advanced +2.10% and closed the trading at $19.47.  ECA plunged -0.76% in its weekly performance and dropped -4.56% in its monthly performance. The stock was in the red in its quarterly performance and nosedived -11.06%.

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The 2nd ,  Major Integrated Oil & Gas hot stock which grabbed investors attention by showing a strong volume was Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM), as it escalated +0.66%.  XOM traded with awesome volume of 11.68 million shares.  A view on previous trends of XOM: the 5 days graph showed the upbeat performance of +2.17%. The monthly performance showed it as a gainer of +0.88%. The yearly trend of the stock was in the green as it advanced +10.16%.

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ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP) has updated that the Company’s CEO and Chairman, Ryan Lance, intends to present at the 2013 Credit Suisse Energy Summit and speak to investors and securities analysts on February 7, 2013 at 8:05 a.m. MST in Vail, CO. The investors will be able to access the presentation at COP’s website’s investor’s page.

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ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP) traded 7.78 million shares and its average volume remained 6.33 million shares. The stock fell -0.53% and closed the trading at $57.72.

Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) has revealed the Q4-2012 earnings of $7.2 billion, versus $5.1 billion in the Q4-2011. The company reported Full-year 2012 earnings of $26.2 billion, reduced 3%, from $26.9 billion in Full-year 2011. Q4 of 2012 Sales and other operating revenues were $56 billion, down from $58 billion in the same quarter of 2011, primarily due to lesser volumes of crude oil.

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Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX) advanced +0.53% in the prior session. The number of shares traded in the prior trading session was 5.07 million and average volume of the stock remained 5.92 million shares. Tracking the one month performance of CVX, it showed a bullish movement of +4.81% and it fell -1.19% in its previous 5 days performance.


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Source: anotherwinningtrade Posted Wed, February 06, 2013 13:37 - Permalink