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J.P. Morgan Lowers Continental Resources PT To $83.50 On Drop In NYMEX Oil

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J.P. Morgan lowered its Continental Resources (NYSE: CLR) price target from $84.50 to $83.50 in a research report published today. J.P. Morgan has a Neutral rating on the company.

J.P. Morgan cited a drop in NYMEX oil as the main reason behind the target change.

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