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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.
U.S. futures are pointed higher as indices aim to extend their positive momentum.
Sure, they are all time-buying measures, but they're enough to squeeze the shorts.
Investors can spend this Valentines Day/President's Day weekend feeling that their portfolios are marginally stronger.
The Oklahoma-based company closes a rough week.
But we're talking in terms of time, not targets.
I use dollar cost averaging -- with a twist -- in these uncertain markets.
Three stocks that could be had for $2 and two stocks that can now be had for $3 -- though you may not want them.
The longer oil keeps breaking down, the more stress there really is in the system.
The activist investor has been busy in 2016, but has said very little on his energy holdings as their stock prices plunge.
Although the market managed to recover some of its losses, it was an ugly trading day Monday.
Chesapeake Energy saw its shares drop dramatically Monday after several trading halts, as investors worried about a possible bankruptcy filing.
U.S. stocks picked up where they left off last week, extending a sharp selloff on Monday on worries over oil and disappointing earnings.
The Oklahoma-based company issued a statement saying it is "aggressively" trying to maximize shareholder value.
Shares of the Oklahoma-based E&P are down on talk that it hired restructuring/bankruptcy attorneys.
Data suggest troubled company may have difficulty meeting near-term obligations.