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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.
"So the last will be first and the first will be last." --Matthew 20:16 Jim "El Capitan" Cramer is correct, the market is nuts. Today's feature is the outperformance of the laggards, including high-yield debt, fertilizers -- Monsanto (MON) but not...
Earnings reflect a troubled pipeline environment; shares spike after hours.
This may get worse before it gets better, but there are moves to be made.
A volatility play could work, here, given uncertainties in the company -- and in oil.
In 'What to Watch on Wall Street' for Wednesday January 20, there are a few notable economic reports due out.
Continued low energy prices could put MLPs "take-or-pay" contracts at risk, further hurting investors.
The Texas-based MLP's decisions to bolster liquidity earned them a late-to-the-party downgrade from Wells Fargo.
Jim Cramer made some predictions about the stock market in 2016 while answering viewers’ social media questions.
Bank lending has reached the heights seen prior to the Great Recession.
Borrowing seemed like a good idea at the time. It wasn't.
They're likely to cut payouts in a lower-for-longer oil price environment.
Not time to panic yet, but keep a close watch on events.
U.S. oil producers are giving up on their cheapest wells, indicating a long, cold winter for stocks may be ahead.
Concerns over trillions of dollars in energy and commodity-related debt could be a catalyst for panicky market action ahead.
Market didn't provide the best day to announce merger.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money,’ talked about how to play defense in a down market on Friday.
Kinder Morgan threw down the gaunlet by slashing its dividend. Here's how investors can navigate the space.
Contrary action was so well anticipated that it never had much chance to develop.
You need to steel yourself and your portfolio so you can tough it out whatever the Fed does on interest rates.
ETP is truly distinct from its brethren, operating in a rare area experiencing demand.
They offer a potential roadmap for those looking to trade the falling knives.
And, why not chase Alcoa instead of Freeport-McMoRan?
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at TheStreet, recants his recommendation of Kinder Morgan (KMI) that he made last week at $21 a share.
Here are my thoughts as the day wraps up: Did I mention the market has no memory from day to day? Did I mention the market has no memory from hour to hour? Did I mention the market has no memory from minute to minute? At 3 p.m. ET stocks were a tad ...