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    1. Eagle Ford Drives Strong Results for Devon in First Quarter

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      Wed, 6 May 2015

      On May 5, Devon Energy reported first-quarter results that ..... first month of ownership in March 2014, Devon increased Eagle Ford volumes by 140 ..... first quarter. Liquids comprised 60% of Devon ’s production mix during the first quarter

    2. UPDATE 1-Third Point takes stakes in Yum! Brands, Devon Energy

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      Fri, 1 May 2015

      BOSTON, May 1 (Reuters) - Hedge fund Third Point told investors Friday it has taken new positions in Yum! Brands and Devon Energy and thinks U.S. stocks remain attractive because economic data should improve and a near-term rate hike seems unlikely.

    3. Third Point takes stakes in Yum!, Devon -letter

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      Fri, 1 May 2015

      Third Point on Friday told investors that it has taken new positions in fast-food restaurant company Yum! Brands and Devon Energy and thinks U.S. stocks are still attractive because economic data should improve and a near term rate hike seems

    4. Palladium Was the Winner in 2014

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      Tue, 20 Jan 2015

      Resources Fund as a percentage of net assets as of 9/30/2014: Alcoa, Inc. 1.40%; Chevron Corp. 1.90%; Devon Energy Corp . 1.82%; EOG Resources, Inc. 2.13%; Ford Motor Co. 0.00%; Schlumberger Ltd. 0.00%; Suncor Energy

    5. Where We See Opportunity in the Oil Price Slide

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      Tue, 2 Dec 2014

      P stock prices has created some good opportunities. In particular, among oily stocks we like Apache APA, Concho CXO, Devon DVN , and Pioneer PXD, given their generally low-cost models, strong balance sheets, and meaningful discounts compared with

    6. Everyone Loves a Discount – But Where’s the Support for Oil Prices?

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      Thu, 13 Nov 2014

      low-cost oil producers such as EOG Resources and Devon Energy . Many, but not all, of them are nimbler and more adaptable in ..... 00%, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company 0.00%, Devon Energy Corp . 1.82% in Global Resources Fund, EOG Resources

    7. Opportunities Opening Up in the Energy Sector

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      Wed, 12 Nov 2014

      would be [TICKER:APA] Apache (APA), [TICKER: DVN ] Devon ( DVN ), and Whiting (WLL). Apache is interesting because ..... Basin into a very powerful shale producer. Similarly, Devon is going through a transition--awfully similar

      Devon DVN found at 1:39

      a lot of opportunities. Key names we like here would be [TICKER:APA] Apache DVN Devon ( DVN ), and Whiting (WLL). Apache is interesting because they are aggressively refocusing on North America, developing their legacy position in the Permian Basin into a very powerful shale producer. Similarly, Devon is going through a transition--awfully similar--where it's refocusing on North America, trying for a more blended approach between gas and crude and,
    8. Devon Reports Strong Third-quarter Results as North American Oil Production Surges

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      Wed, 5 Nov 2014

      On Nov. 5, Devon Energy reported third-quarter results that ..... 626 Mboe/d for the third quarter. Devon realized strong oil growth from its U ..... increase in production year over year. Devon ’s first-quarter entry into the Eagle

    9. What the Strong Dollar Does to Yellow and Black Gold…

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      Tue, 21 Oct 2014

      percent; Canadian Natural Resources, 20 percent; Devon Energy , 15 percent; Cimarex Energy, 15 percent; Peyto ..... Corp. (0.00%); Deutsche Bank (0.00%); Devon Energy Corp . (1.82% Global Resources Fund); JUMBO S

    10. Devon Completes Portfolio Transformation With Sale of Noncore U.S. Assets

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      Mon, 30 Jun 2014

      Devon Energy announced Monday the sale of its noncore U.S. oil and gas properties ..... aftertax. Combined, these properties accounted for approximately 7% of Devon 's 2013 production, EBITDA, and year-end reserves, with natural gas

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