|Day Low/High||59.55 / 62.03|
|52 Wk Low/High||38.30 / 68.78|
Exxon Mobil says sluggish production of crude oil and natural gas are hurting the bottom line.
Marathon Petroleum, Hess Corporation and Phillips 66 beat Wall Street earnings estimates but pointed to larger concerns of falling profitability in the commodities sector.
JPMorgan and UBS are upgrading oil refiners, but TheStreet's Dan Dicker tells Joe Deaux why the banks are behind the curve on this call.
Prices at the pump are high but not at panic levels, and the industry is generally doing well.
Dan Dicker talks to Jim Cramer about the massive rally in the refiners and why its not quite ready to end.
The past five trading sessions can be summed up by five words: Be long, or be wrong.
The sulfur rule change may be a blow to the refining industry but rarely has a punch been so well telegraphed.
Amid this tight and whippy action, I've zeroed in on a gold miner and an energy play from yesterday.
The bears weigh down Facebook and Marathon Petroleum looks attractive in a certain light.
Here is how I am picking apart the sectors looking for strong relative performance candidates.
How much to sell? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see an imbalance of $200 million to sell on the close. The only sector with a buy imbalance is financials at $60 million. Sectors with sell imbalances are industrials at $70 million, consumer ...
Keep an eye on these two energy names, which have topped my performance screen.