After crude drops twenty percent in a six month period as it's on pace to do, Halliburton, Chevron and Exxon Mobil tend to outperform.
Oil has fallen more than twenty percent in six months eight times since 2005. According to our data partners at Kensho when that happens Halliburton is the big winner a month later up eight percent on average. Chevron, Exxon Mobil and Schlumberger post solid gains. For more on Kensho go to CNBC.com/pro
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OPEC announcing a plan to hold production steady. A month later Spectra, Valero, and Exxon tend to outperform, while crude falls.
After today's OPEC meting our data partners at Kensho show Spectra, Valero, and Exxon Mobil outperform a month after the oil cartel keeps production steady. It has happened 14 time Since 2010 for more Kensho go to CNBC.com slash pro.