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WLL - Whiting Petroleum Corp.
-0.40(-2.38%)8:00:01 PM 10/19/2020
Whiting Petroleum Corp. engages in the development, production, acquisition, and exploration of oil and gas properties. It operates in the Rocky Mountains regions. The company was founded by Kenneth R. Whiting and J. Bert Ladd in January 1980 and is headquartered in Denver, CO.
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    Whiting Petroleum Plans $20M In Cost Cuts, Provides 2H Guidance; Shares Rise

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    Post-Bankruptcy, Whiting Petroleum an Intriguing Choice for Oil Bulls

    As it turns out, buying Whiting Petroleum (NYSE:WLL) stock in bankruptcy wasn't a great deal. Between shares of the "new" WLL stock and warrants, early trading suggests that pre-bankruptcy prices were too high, even after a big pullback.Source: Shutterstock Whiting was a better story than Hertz (NYSE:HTZ) is likely to be, but that's clearing a low bar: HTZ remains a longshot bet on a massive recovery in used car prices.Investors were wise to stay away. Former shareholders only ...

    Speculating in Re-Emerging Whiting Petroleum Stock Remains a No-No

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