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Rex Energy Corp (REXX.OQ)

REXX.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Capital Market

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16 Feb 2018
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Rex Energy Corporation is an independent oil, natural gas liquid (NGL) and natural gas company. The Company has operations in the Appalachian Basin and Illinois Basin. In the Appalachian Basin, the Company is focused on its Marcellus Shale, Utica Shale and Upper Devonian (Burkett) Shale drilling and exploration activities. In... (more)

Overall

Beta: 2.07
Market Cap(Mil.): $9.84
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 9.94
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 24.73 17.27
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 9.08 35.43
ROE: -- 25.72 17.10

BRIEF-Rex Energy Q4 Production At High End Of Guidance Range

* REX ENERGY CORP - Q4 PRODUCTION WAS 205.3 MMCFE/D, CONSISTING OF 123.4 MMCF/D OF NATURAL GAS, 13.0 MBOE/D OF NGLS, 0.7 MBOE/D OF CONDENSATE

Feb 06 2018

BRIEF-Rex Energy Says Curt Walker Appointed CFO

* THOMAS RAJAN, CO'S PREVIOUS CFO, HAS RESIGNED FROM HIS POSITION EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Jan 23 2018

BRIEF-Rex Energy Q3 adjusted non-gaap loss per share $1.00

* Rex Energy Corp - ‍production volumes from Q3 of 2017 were 182.0 mmcfe/d, including 38% from liquids​

Nov 14 2017

BRIEF-Rex Energy expects Q3 2017 production to be near high end of previously announced Q3 production guidance​

* Rex Energy Corp - expects Q3 2017 production to be near high end of previously announced Q3 production guidance of 171.0 - 181.0 MMcfe per day​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Oct 11 2017

BRIEF-Rex Energy provides Moraine East Area operations update

* Rex energy - ‍Remains on target to meet Q3 production guidance of 171.0 - 181.0 Mcfe/d,FY 2017 exit rate production growth rate guidance of 15% - 20%​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Sep 18 2017

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