|Day Low/High||45.41 / 46.62|
|52 Wk Low/High||40.00 / 50.00|
Gold prices extended their month-long rally heading into the Fourth of July weekend.
It appears the Brexit-triggered panic is subsiding as markets begin to rebound.
The oil and gas company's darkest days may be behind it but one firm still isn't impressed.
Chesapeake Energy and Freeport-McMoRan are both members of Real Money's Stressed Out watch list and each have been showing signs of recovery after a difficult 2015 in recent months.
Mounting sentiment that the United Kingdom will remain part of the European Union helped buoy stocks Monday.
U.S. markets are trading up slightly on news Fed Chair Janet Yellen will keep rates steady.
This change is having major implications for the stock market.
Shares of Chesapeake Energy traded lower on Friday after S&P Global Ratings downgraded the company's credit from CCC to 'selective default.'
The market continued to reel Friday as oil slid well below $50 a barrel.
Chesapeake Energy shares are lower in Thursday's trading session on the heels of an analyst downgrade.
RBC analysts downgraded the Oklahoma-based oil and gas exploration giant, largely over concerns of diminishing free cash.
He bought weak big-caps in 1939. You can do the same today with oil.
Shares of Southwestern Energy jumped more than six percent in midday trading Tuesday along with industry peer Williams Companies, amid a rally in natural gas prices.
Banks and Biotech are up as the stock market continues to gain momentum.
Investors were bidding up shares of Chesapeake Energy, one day after the oil and gas company announced a debt for equity swap, which is designed to lower its borrowings.
A look at some of the oil names that Real Money readers have been most keen to explore.
Apple was in Wall Street's cross-hairs again, churning out fresh 52-week lows and tumbling further into a bear market.
The troubled oil and gas company may be turning itself around as it has already reported asset sales that have met the lower end of its 2016 target.
CHK could well have a sideways trading range in the coming weeks.
Troubles in commodities-related businesses are well-known, but Ultra Petroleum's always seemed worse.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 2, another wave of earnings from big companies, ranging from food to tech.
Investors who sold on Carl Icahn's fears would be wise to remember that the billionaire investor has been wrong before.
With resistance at $10, the rally seems to be over.
The specialty products producer suspended its dividend and announced a $400 million private placement offering but may still need to borrow more.
U.S. stocks ended the day at session highs thanks to a massive rally in crude oil.