|Day Low/High||10.67 / 10.86|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.82 / 11.91|
The CEOs of the world's largest oil trading houses issued their crude oil estimates during the Oil & Money conference in London this past week.
Frontline shares are up 37% year-to-date on the back of the recent crude oil rally.
The loss of Iranian crude oil means tankers are taking longer routes to haul the commodity to Asia.
China's latest round of sanctions is about to make the pain real for many energy names.
How does the energy sector stands to win? The answer is in the transportation of commodities.
As China threatens the U.S. with new tariffs on $60 billion in goods, it is sending a strong message to the U.S. that it must curb its escalating trade wars or else.
Volatility in oil markets will continue to exacerbate as President Trump threatens China with higher tariffs.
Crude exports are the new U.S. energy game.
Here are some stocks to play in this tense environment.
What to watch for in the crude oil and energy markets amid the meeting in Helsinki.
To buy on days like this, you must be convinced the market is offering an opportunity to buy assets at below fair value.
Shares of tanker company Frontline were rising by 7.39% to $5.81.
The takeover offer undervalues DHT and management should hold out for a better deal.
U.S. Treasury secretary criticizes the EU ruling on Apple; fire at a Gap distribution center could create a 'meaningful bottleneck' for holidays.
The market has cured many stressed out players, but also created new ones.
Illogic reigns as stocks soar even with likely Fed rate hike.
As I'll be at the dentist tomorrow, I have put some of my trades on hold.
Silicon Graphics looks like a buy at these levels, and this spec play is very attractive.
With the glut of empty ships, why not hold on to oil while prices go even higher?
Businesses with attractive qualities but that are left for dead could lead to significant share surge.