Invesco Oil & Gas Services ETF (PXJ)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 18, 2023|
|Day's Range||30.44 - 31.04|
|Inception Date||Oct 26, 2005|
About PXJFund Home Page
The Invesco Oil & Gas Services ETF (PXJ) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in energy equity. The fund tracks an index of US companies in the oil and gas services sector that are weighted in tiers. The index uses a multi-factor methodology to select holdings. PXJ was launched on Oct 26, 2005 and is issued by Invesco.
Top 10 Holdings46.10% of assets
|Weatherford International plc||WFRD||5.08%|
|Helmerich & Payne, Inc.||HP||5.02%|
|Baker Hughes Company||BKR||4.77%|
|Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc.||HLX||3.09%|
|Dorian LPG Ltd.||LPG||2.96%|
Oil futures fell early Tuesday, extending a pullback from 2023 highs as investors appeared more worried about the global economic outlook after the Federal Reserve last week indicated it will keep int...
Oil prices slipped in early trade on Tuesday amid concerns that fuel demand will be crimped by major central banks holding interest rates higher for longer, even with supply expected to be tight.
Oil prices set to jump, but still 'manageable': Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs analysts predict oil prices will reach $100 per barrel, which could lead to higher gas prices for consumers but is not anticipated to be too much cause for concern. Yahoo Finance Markets...
Oil Could Hit $150, Says Continental CEO
Oil is headed as high as $150 a barrel unless the US government does more to encourage exploration, according to Continental Resources CEO Doug Lawler. He speaks to Bloomberg's Alix Steel.
Oil prices at $90 a barrel unlikely to derail the U.S. economy or consumer spending, Goldman Sachs says
U.S. energy prices have rallied since summer, with oil futures soaring about 30% in the past three months, contributing to a pick up in headline inflation and posing a challenge for the Federal Reserv...
That's Doug Lawler, chief executive of Continental Resources, the shale-drilling giant controlled by billionaire Harold Hamm, telling Bloomberg News on Monday that crude prices are set to remain eleva...
Higher oil prices likely won't cause consumer spending and gross domestic product (GDP) to decline, Goldman Sachs (GS) analysts said in a recent research note while those at S&P Global think this incr...
Oil will hit triple digits if OPEC sustains cuts and demand holds up: BofA Securities' Blanch
Francisco Blanch, global head of commodity & derivatives strategy at BofA Securities, and John Kilduff, Again Capital founding partner, join 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss the rising oil prices and...
Oil futures hovered near unchanged early Monday, struggling for direction as investors weighed a tightening supply picture versus an uncertain demand outlook after the Federal Reserve last week signal...
Expect $100 to be the new normal for oil prices thanks to production cuts, higher interest rates, and lack of investment, JPMorgan energy analyst says
Oil prices are set to normalize at around $100 a barrel, according to a top JPMorgan energy analyst. "Put your seatbelts on.
Oil prices have gained over 10% so far this year following output cuts from Saudi Arabia and Russia. The gains could boost Russia's oil revenues.
Wood Mackenzie says oil is unlikely to stay at $100 a barrel for a long time
Sushant Gupta, research director of Asia refining at Wood Mackenzie, says the fourth quarter is the "tightest period" for the oil market, but the first quarter is when "seasonal demand is lower" and p...
There's momentum to get oil to $100 per barrel, beyond that 'we'll have to see': RBC's Helima Croft
Helima Croft, RBC Global Head of Commodity Strategy, joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to talk rising oil prices, the impact of $100 oil prices, how global politics play a role and more.
Activist Investor Dell Says Oil Will Pass $100
Shale drillers are resisting the lure of soaring oil prices and holding fast to production targets drawn up before crude began its ascent toward $100, said activist investor Ben Dell. He speaks on "Bl...
HSBC Global Research on Friday raised its forecast for Brent oil prices in 2023 and 2024, predicting that the market would remain tight on the extension of voluntary output cuts by Saudi Arabia.