July 13, 2016 - 12:53 PM EDT
Print Email Article Font Down Font Up
Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHK) Falls 5.02% for July 13

Market Summary

 Follow
image

Chesapeake Energy Corporation is a Producer of oil & natural gas

Last Price $ 4.35 Last Trade Jul/13 - 16:01
Change $ -0.23 Change Percent -5.02 %
Open $ 4.50 Prev Close $ 4.58
High $ 4.57 low $ 4.27
52 Week High $ 11.69 52 Week Low $ 1.50
Market Cap 2,978,039,715 PE Ratio -1.73
Volume 28,853,061 Exchange NYE

CHK - Market Data & News

CHK - Stock Valuation Report

One of the S&P 500’s big losers for Wednesday July 13 was Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHK). The company’s stock fell 5.02% to $4.35 on volume of 28.76 million shares.

The stock opened the day at 4.50 and traded between a low of $4.27 and a high of $4.57. The stock finished the day down $0.23 per share. Chesapeake Energy Corporation has an average daily volume of 42.43 million and a total float of 684.61 million shares. The 50-day SMA for Chesapeake Energy Corporation is $4.43 and its 200-day SMA is $4.90. The high for the stock over the last 52 weeks is $11.69 and the low is $1.50.

Chesapeake Energy Corp is a natural gas and oil exploration and production company. It explores, develops and acquires properties for the production of natural gas and crude oil from underground reservoirs and also provides marketing & midstream services.

Chesapeake Energy Corporation is centered in Oklahoma City, OK, and has 4,400 employees. Today’s trading day leaves the company with a market cap of $2.98 billion. The company has a P/S ratio of 0.35, P/B ratio of -1.73, and a 2.1.

For a complete fundamental analysis analysis of Chesapeake Energy Corporation, check out Equities.com’s Stock Valuation Analysis report for CHK. To see the latest independent stock recommendations from Equities.com’s analysts, visit our Research section.

The S&P 500 represents the industry standard for large-cap indices. While the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) may be the most visible stock market index in the country, the S&P 500 has long been relied on by industry insiders and fund managers as the more reliable gauge of portfolio performance.

While the DJIA is price-weighted and only includes 30 stocks, the S&P 500 uses a weighting system that factors in market cap and the size of a company’s free float while including some 500 stocks for a more comprehensive look at the broader markets’ performance. Its performance is far more representative of the large- and mega-cap stocks for any period of time.

For more news on the financial markets, go to Equities.com. Also, learn more about our independent proprietary equity research reports and our robust do-it-yourself Stock Valuation Analysis reports in our Research section.

All data provided by QuoteMedia and was accurate as of 4:30PM ET.

DISCLOSURE: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors, and do not represent the views of equities.com. Readers should not consider statements made by the author as formal recommendations and should consult their financial advisor before making any investment decisions. To read our full disclosure, please go to: http://www.equities.com/disclaimer


Source: Equities.com News (July 13, 2016 - 12:53 PM EDT)

News by QuoteMedia
www.quotemedia.com

Legal Notice