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Oil prices are nearing the widely perceived break-even point of $50 a barrel, but recovery also depends on where oil and gas assets are located.
Those who have continued to be bearish about oil prices are being proven totally wrong.
Physical buying has slowed, but the ETF buying has continued to rise.
The troubled oil and gas company reached an agreement with holders on its newly issued notes as it continues restructuring.
Exchange offering from LinnCo gives options to investors, should they want to stay invested.
Some $85B in private equity funds are waiting to be invested in fallen energy companies.
As we get close to the end of the quarter, this market should be a major focus.
The Texas-based company said that filing for Chapter 11 protection "may be unavoidable" and tax consequences could hurt investors.
Investors sat on the sidelines again on Tuesday ahead of tomorrow's decision on short-term interest rates from the Fed.
Poorly timed acquisitions in a weak energy market have killed these Texas-based energy companies.
In a filing released on Tuesday, the company said it has to delay the release of its 10-K.
Downgrade comes as LINN Energy's stock trades well below $1.
Stocks have opened lower, as one might expect given this morning's punk January U.S. jobs report (which came about 40,000 positions shy of the consensus). The Labor Department also revised the previous month's job numbers down by some 30,000. Wage g...
The headline January U.S. nonfarm-payrolls number is 151,000, significantly lower than consensus. Expect to hear the commentary about an approaching recession ratchet up on the number. Oil is holding steady at around $32 a barrel, as the market had ...
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS, said there are several stocks that provide tax loss selling opportunities to investors heading into the end of the year.
The question now is if there are many funds like this one.
Targa Resources Partners and Vanguard Natural Resources are names that should not be bought.
Never buy or hold shares of companies paying out more than 100% of their earnings as dividends.
Round 1 of a larger review of energy stocks, more on specific names in tomorrow's column.
I'll add to positions in down days in crude and stocks.
The recent steep drop in oil prices may lead to some oil companies going out of business within a few weeks.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Coal and renewables could both react as political and legal battles ensue.
There is building consensus around a September rate hike.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers your Twitter questions about Blackstone (BX), Twitter (TWTR), and other stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.