UPDATE: Western Refining Stock Adds Another 4% On Q4 Earnings Beat


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Western Refining ( WNR ) shares rose 3.54% to $37.16 in mid-day trading to close in on their high for the year after reporting Q4 results that beat Wall Street forecasts on Thursday.The shares are closing in on their 52-week high of $37.64.

The company is adding to gains of 2.3% on Thursday after announcing adjusted Q4 EPS of $1.45, beating Wall Street forecasts for EPS of between $1.35 and $1.37. But revenues fell 1.2% to $2.25 billion, missing the average estimate for $2.31 billion.

Zacks ranks the company a #2 Buy, indicating it's expected to outperform the market in the next one to three months. Zacks says the company's access to lower-priced West Texas Intermediate crude gives it a cost advantage over rivals that is reflected in its margins.

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