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Cimarex Energy Co (XEC.N)

XEC.N on New York Stock Exchange

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11 Dec 2018
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Cimarex Energy Co. is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company. The Company operates in exploration and production (E&P) segment. Its operations are located in Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. Its E&P activities take place primarily in two areas: the Permian Basin and the Mid-Continent region. Its Permian... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.35
Market Cap(Mil.): $11,017.95
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 95.28
Dividend: 0.08
Yield (%): 0.28

Financials

  XEC.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 39.77 14.33 16.07
EPS (TTM): 2.91 -- --
ROI: 6.76 7.01 10.73
ROE: 11.68 18.52 13.96

Cimarex to pay $1.6 billion for fellow Permian firm Resolute

Oil and gas producer Cimarex Energy Co on Monday agreed to buy smaller rival Resolute Energy Corp for $1.6 billion including debt, adding more assets in the shale-rich Permian Basin for a premium of roughly 15 percent.

19 Nov 2018

UPDATE 3-Cimarex to pay 15 pct premium for Resolute Energy in Permian push

Nov 19 Oil and gas producer Cimarex Energy Co on Monday agreed to buy smaller rival Resolute Energy Corp for about $811 million, adding more assets in the shale-rich Permian Basin for a premium of roughly 15 percent.

19 Nov 2018

Cimarex Energy to buy smaller rival Resolute Energy in $1.6 bln deal

Nov 19 Oil and gas producer Cimarex Energy Co said on Monday it would buy smaller rival Resolute Energy Corp in deal valued at $1.6 billion, including debt.

19 Nov 2018

U.S. shale firms miss out on $70 oil after hedging at $55

(This version of June 13 story corrects to remove reference to incorrect description of Occidental derivatives strategy.)

14 Jun 2018

U.S. shale firms miss out on $70 oil after hedging at $55

NEW YORK Many top U.S. shale oil producers are missing out on the rally in oil prices to more than $70 a barrel - because they sold their oil through futures contracts at about $55 last year when that looked like a good deal. Now, it looks cheap.

14 Jun 2018

CORRECTED-ANALYSIS -U.S. shale firms miss out on $70 oil after hedging at $55

NEW YORK, June 13 Many top U.S. shale oil producers are missing out on the rally in oil prices to more than $70 a barrel - because they sold their oil through futures contracts at about $55 last year when that looked like a good deal. Now, it looks cheap.

14 Jun 2018

Earnings vs. Estimates