|Day Low/High||13.09 / 14.30|
|52 Wk Low/High||7.77 / 432.00|
Those heavily shorted energy stocks that spiked Monday came back down to earth.
Energy's wild rally took a pause on Tuesday while Lumber Liquidators is back in the news.
Rising oil prices are helping U.S. indices start the week off on a good note.
U.S. stocks wrapped up Friday's session to the upside, buoyed by a rally in oil prices and a strong February payrolls report.
Crude prices climbed again Friday to a 2-month high, helping to boost some energy companies that badly need a turnaround.
U.S. indices are closing the week out in positive territory following the release of the latest jobs numbers.
The yellow metal accelerates to a new yearly high despite the equity market continuing to rally.
In a broadly flat day, there were some big winners.
U.S. stocks wrapped up Thursday’s session to the upside as investors anxiously awaited Friday’s jobs report.
This ultimate wildcatter drove the U.S. shale oil and gas boom, but the destructive effect of excessive leverage also is his legacy to bear.
Even troubled companies can have their day in the sun.
But if you're a day trader, these are exactly the sort of names you want to trade.
He was the definition of a swashbuckling risk taker.
U.S. stocks inched higher in a volatile session in lockstep with crude oil prices.
The former CEO's surprising death comes one day after he was indicted by the Justice Department on bid-rigging charges.
The Justice Department announced it is the first case resulting from an ongoing investigation into the oil and gas industry.
Frontrunners for the presidential election moved forward in their bids during Super Tuesday.
Automakers are reporting sales results today, and Ford is Jim Cramer’s top pick in the auto sector.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says WPX Energy is a company that might be worth buying on spec.
Another energy company issues equity, making the total $9.5 billion for 2016.
Stressed Out companies led the market Wednesday despite cautious earnings and outlooks.
U.S. stocks came off the worst of the day's losses as crude recovered to a level above $31 a barrel.
The Oklahoma-based oil and gas company will be spending much of 2016 focusing on its balance sheet.
Any sustained reversal or a lasting bottom will need a lot of new accumulation.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says he'd buy company stock all day at $48; Macy's beats lowered expectations.