Weak players draw attention as storage gets scarce.
Many are tight-fisted or don't see a bottom yet.
Company sees the fall in rig demand as  a 'multi-year' event'.
Goodrich Petroleum's gutsy move pays off.
Investors hope COST can keep its momentum.
I found the part on his Big Four holdings deeply wanting.
Whether it declares a preferred dividend will say a lot.
A coalition would seek lower returns over longer period.
The cut at the pump is a stunning positive for consumers.
And Cabot Oil is breaking out of a trading channel.

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