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Will Whiting Petroleum reverse split?

When a company such as Whiting Petroleum conducts a reverse share split, it is usually because shares have fallen to a lower per-share pricepoint than the company would like.

WLL Split History Table
Date Ratio
11/09/2017 1 for 4
09/02/2020 1 for 75

What happened with Whiting Petroleum?

(Reuters) – U.S. oil and gas company Whiting Petroleum Corp said on Tuesday it had emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and completed its financial restructuring, shrinking its funded debt by about $3 billion.

Is Whiting Petroleum stock a good buy?

Whiting Petroleum has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company’s average rating score is 2.70, and is based on 7 buy ratings, 3 hold ratings, and no sell ratings.

Will Whiting Petroleum stock go up?

Whiting Petroleum Corp (NYSE:WLL)

The 8 analysts offering 12-month price forecasts for Whiting Petroleum Corp have a median target of 61.50, with a high estimate of 80.00 and a low estimate of 50.00. The median estimate represents a +33.84% increase from the last price of 45.95.

Why did Whiting Petroleum go down?

Shares of Whiting Petroleum Corp. plunged in volatile trading to a record low, after a Debtwire report that the oil-and-gas company had engaged with advisers in an effort to find ways to refinance the large amount of debt coming due over the next year.

Does Whiting Petroleum pay dividends?

The current TTM dividend payout for Whiting Petroleum (WLL) as of August 06, 2021 is $0.00. The current dividend yield for Whiting Petroleum as of August 06, 2021 is 0.00%. Whiting Petroleum Corporation is an oil and gas company.

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