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Tickers in this Article: IOC, CXO, BRY, CLMT, SM, TSO, ACMP
It's been a bad day for the market after the morning's trading. The Nasdaq has slipped 1%; the S&P 500 has fallen 0.6%; and the Dow is trading down 0.8%.

The Oil and Gas Operations sector (DIG) is down 2.5%, underperforming the market overall. The current biggest movers in the sector are:
CompanyMarket CapPercentage Change
InterOil Corporation (NYSE:IOC)$2.97 billion+4%
Concho Resources (NYSE:CXO)$8.4 billion-3.5%
Berry Petroleum (NYSE:BRY)$1.7 billion-3.4%
Calumet Specialty Products Partners (Nasdaq:CLMT)$1.64 billion-3.3%
SM (NYSE:SM)$3.32 billion-3.1%
Tesoro (NYSE:TSO)$5.39 billion-2.7%
Chesapeake Midstream Partners (NYSE:ACMP)$4.69 billion+2.7%
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Rising 4%, InterOil Corporation (NYSE:IOC) is currently trading at $63.85 per share. The company is currently trading a volume of 604,946 shares.

Concho Resources (NYSE:CXO) is trading at $77.52 per share, down 3.5%. The company's volume is currently 352,690 shares for the day, lighter than yesterday's volume of 1.2 million shares.

Falling 3.4%, Berry Petroleum (NYSE:BRY) is currently at a share price of $30.27. So far today, the company's volume is 173,171 shares. This is 0.2 times its average volume over the past three months.

At $27.63, Calumet Specialty Products Partners (Nasdaq:CLMT) has slipped 3.3%. At 200,671 shares, the company's volume so far today is 0.4 times the average daily volume.

After a decline of 3.1%, SM (NYSE:SM) has hit a share price of $48.74. This morning, the company is trading a volume of 489,346 shares.

Tesoro (NYSE:TSO) is down 2.7% to reach $37.33 per share. This morning, 992,301 shares have been traded, which is likely to result in less activity than yesterday's volume of 3.9 million shares.

Chesapeake Midstream Partners (NYSE:ACMP) has increased to a share price of $32.52, a 2.7% rise. The company is currently trading a volume of 100,649 shares. This is in keeping with the average volume over the past three months.

The Bottom Line On any given day, a particular stock may see positive or negative change in its share price. Daily stock performance should be weighed against historical performance and put in context of the market overall. However, these fundamental metrics must be analyzed with historic data, industry information in addition to firm specific financial statements.

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