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Pfizer and Allergan have called off their merger.
Worries over the health of the global economy pressured stocks, erasing the bulk of the S&P 500's 2016 gains.
Multiple mergers and acquisition stories affected stocks today.
Oil upturn will be slow to come to this sector, but Schlumberger and HP should benefit.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said you want to aggressively buy shares of 3M, which had an ‘unbelievable’ quarter.
SunEdison rises on deal that may not happen while Kraft Heinz beats estimates.
Along came quality earnings from a few solid companies and the narrative changed.
U.S. stocks moved to session lows by the middle of the day on Monday as crude oil hovered just above the $31 a barrel mark.
Some trusted sources tell me that oil's bottom is very close.
Stocks rallied on day one of the Federal Reserve's December meeting and as crude oil topped $37 a barrel.
That other Thanksgiving tradition — congested highways and jammed airports — is getting underway with gas prices low and terrorism fears high.
Oil prices still are months from recovering, but it could pay to check out beaten-up industry suppliers.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor for theStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the very pessimistic comments and disastrous drop in third quarter profits for oil services giant Schlumberger.
U.S. stocks opened lower Monday as investment bank Morgan Stanley (MS) reports an ugly profit miss.
China posted its weakest quarterly economic growth since the global financial crisis.
Jim Cramer said he's 'thrilled' about Twitter's (TWTR) appointment of Jack Dorsey and CEO, saying he can end the turmoil at the micro-blogging site.
Beyond today's weak prices for oil and gas, there is a future where supply and demand are in better balance.
An improved momentum reading tells us the rate of decline has slowed. We would look to buy the stock below $35.
Financial and technology names led the way up, while health care stocks lagged.
Buying by corporate insiders this week provides a better indication of what's ahead than any prediction of the day.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, and talked about the Federal Reserve, oil stocks, and Twitter (TWTR).
Demand has to catch up to supply. Meanwhile, get out of the shale companies.
I remain a day timeframe trader in the energy sector for now.