JPMorgan says stay with oilfield services leaders for the rest of 2017

A new research report from the oilfield services and equipment team at JPMorgan makes the case that while Wall Street applauds the new discipline being shown by E&P and services companies.
 
A new research report from the oilfield services and equipment team at JPMorgan makes the case that while Wall Street applauds the new discipline being shown by E&P and services companies, the analysts do note that energy remains in what they call a “bad news is bad news” environment, and they stick with the large cap oilfield services leaders and some select smaller companies.
 

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