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Are you ready to head back to work? Here's what you need to know.
With little likely to change at this week's OPEC meeting, there's still a way to play oil in the days and weeks ahead.
Nation's sovereign wealth fund isn't dumping its oil and gas holdings.
Investors shrugged off concerns over corporate tax cuts and investigations into the Trump administration amid a busy slate for earnings and economic data
Investors shrug off concerns over corporate tax cuts and investigations into the Trump administration.
Wherever a dart lands next is an even better short than the last toss.
Four of the five companies are in the energy sector, signaling willingness to fight disruption.
The group posted second quarter earnings that were largely in-line with forecasts
Oil major swings to profit as crude prices recover
It was a mixed end to a rocky day of trading.
Following up on my comments from earlier today, oil is below $43 a barrel and we're now starting to see the analyst community begin to downgrade stocks and start to trim back EPS expectations. Some of those on the receiving end here include Chevron ...
What doesn't this company think of?
This company is paying its dividend with enough cash left over to develop the next big oil shale play.
European stocks gain as U.S. tech earnings boost global market sentiment
For the week of May 1, investors await eurozone unemployment and GDP figures, along with quarterly results from BP.
Highlights of the week include eurozone unemployment and economic growth, as well as earnings from BP.
If the supermajors are struggling, the smaller shale independents can hardly be doing better.
I am not calling for the end of the Trump trade, but Europe looks good.
After an extended downtrend, 2016 may have been its turnaround year in a new bull.
A rally to $39 will be a significant upside breakout and yield a potential longer-term price target of $53.
Stocks hold onto gains Tuesday as oil prices fall and energy shares slide. The Nasdaq had a record close.
A broad coalition of states, business leaders and former Cabinet members joined together in urging judges to keep President Donald Trump's immigration ban on hold.