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Gauging Devon Energy’s 3-Year-High Potential in 4Q17

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Devon Energy on the Street: Pre-Earnings Wall Street Recommendations

Analyst recommendations for DVN

As of February 12, 2018, Reuters has reported 32 analysts giving recommendations for Devon Energy (DVN) stock. Of these 32 analysts, 31.25% have given a “strong buy” recommendation, and 37.50% of them have given “buy” recommendations, while the remaining 31.25% have given “hold” recommendations. There is currently no “sell” or “strong sell” recommendation on DVN stock.

Devon Energy on the Street: Pre-Earnings Wall Street Recommendations

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DVN’s median target price

The median target price for Devon Energy stock is $51.00, which is ~43% higher than DVN’s February 12, 2018, closing price of $35.78. In the past three months, Devon Energy stock’s median target price has increased from $43.00 to $51.00.

Other oil and gas producers

Based on the median price targets from Wall Street analysts, oil and gas peers Encana (ECA) and Murphy Oil (MUR) have potential upsides of ~49% and ~27%, respectively, from their February 12 closing prices. RSP Permian (RSPP) has a potential upside of ~47%.

For ongoing updates on Devon Energy (DVN) and its industry peers, keep checking in with Market Realist’s Energy & Power page.

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