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A miss on revenue sends shares of pipeline company Kinder Morgan lower.
The best way to participate in a more pro-fossil fuel environment is to buy pipelines stocks.
Chart-based metrics signal a move to the upside ... sooner or later.
U.S. stocks ended Thursday in the red after crude oil closes under $51 a barrel.
It would block the early November rally you'd expect when this big event is, at last, past us.
We've got an upside target of $30, so long as shares stay above $19.
Kinder Morgan, TransCanada, Enbridge and MGE Energy are power players worth owning.
Cigna and Anthem shares are climbing on renewed hopes of an insurance tie-up.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking seven-day streak came to a quiet end on Thursday as a mix of earnings came in weaker than expected.
Recovery after a plunge seems to be the pattern for the quarter.
A jump in oil prices helped buoy U.S. markets in midday trading Thursday.
Sometimes it's not about the quality of the stocks, it's about the underlying commodity.
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Recent announcements from Linn Energy and LinnCo buy some time but offer little relief.
The specialty products producer suspended its dividend and announced a $400 million private placement offering but may still need to borrow more.
U.S. securities are struggling Thursday amid a turndown in the financial sector.
U.S. indices are rising in conjunction with oil prices and are on track for their first three-day winning streak of 2016.
Kinder Morgan looks better, but its repair process will take time.
U.S. stocks were on track for their first three-day winning streak of the year on Wednesday as hopes Iran would agree to a production cap boosted crude oil.
U.S. futures are following European markets higher today.
Sure, they are all time-buying measures, but they're enough to squeeze the shorts.
Despite a plunge in oil prices, the S&P 500 clocked in even, nor did it hold back big gains on strong several strong earnings reports.
SWN and CNX led the S&P 500 Thursday, supported by a spike in crude oil prices, while STX coninued its decline.
It was a touch-and-go afternoon on Thursday with stocks briefly turning mixed before bouncing back into the green at the closing bell.
The pipeline company posted losses yet the company's stock was up as high as 20% on Thursday.