Callon Petroleum Company (CPE) traded within a range of $14.68 to $15.02 after opening the day at $14.73. The company has seen its stock decrease in value by -2.93% so far this year. The stock was up close to 0.47% on light volume in last trading session and closed at $14.92 per share. After the recent gain, the stock is currently holding -19.48% below its 52 week high of $18.53 and 161.75% above its 12-month low of $5.7. The shares are up by over 6.5% in the last three months, and the RSI indicator value of 49.33 is neither bullish nor bearish, tempting investors to stay on the sidelines.
Callon Petroleum Company, an independent oil and natural gas company, acquires, explores for, develops, and produces oil and natural gas properties in the Permian Basin in West Texas. As of December 31, 2015, the company estimated net proved reserves totaled 54.3 million barrel of oil equivalent. Callon Petroleum Company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Natchez, Mississippi.
Amyris, Inc. (AMRS) continued its downward trend with the stock declining -6.79% or $-0.04 to close the day at $0.52 on active trading volume of 4.46M shares, compared to its three month average trading volume of 2.18M. The Emeryville California 94608 based company has been underperforming the specialty chemicals group over the past 52 weeks, with the stock losing -64.97%, compared to the industry which has advanced 33.12% over the same period. With RSI of 39.38, the stock should still continue to rise and get closer to its one year target estimate of $2.77, making it a hold for now.
Amyris, Inc. provides various alternatives to a range of petroleum-sourced products worldwide. The company uses its industrial bioscience technology to design microbes primarily yeast, as well as to convert plant-sourced sugars into renewable hydrocarbons. It produces and sells Biofene that converts to squalane, which is used as an emollient in cosmetics and other personal care products; and natural oils and aroma chemicals for the flavors and fragrances market. The company also provides renewable solvents, polymers, and renewable lubricants for industrial applications; and renewable fuels for transportation fuels market. It has a collaboration partnership with Total S.A. to produce and commercialize Biofene-based diesel and jet fuels. The company was formerly known as Amyris Biotechnologies, Inc. and changed its name to Amyris, Inc. in June 2010. Amyris, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Emeryville, California.
Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. (SINO) dropped $-1.08 to close the day at a new closing price of $3.33, a -24.49% decrease in value from its previous closing price that moved the stock 732.5% above its 52 week low of $0.4. A total of 4.46M shares exchanged hands during the day compared with its three month average trading volume of 2.52M. The stock, which fluctuated between $3.21 and $3.75 during the day, currently situated -76.55% below its 52 week high. The stock is up by 7.77% in the past one month and up by 86.03% over the past three months. With a one year target estimate of $0 and RSI of 51.25, the stock still has upside potential, making it a hold for now.
Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. provides shipping agency and inland transportation management services in the United States, the People’s Republic of China, Australia, and Canada. Its shipping agency services include loading/discharging and protective services. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Roslyn, New York.