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But the world - or the Western world, anyway - is hell-bent on decarbonization of its transportation system and energy production.
If you're looking for exposure outside the U.S., and to protect yourself from raging inflation on a global basis, here it is.
But you'll be dealing with exchange rates, local elections, and all manner of other externalities.
Buying a country ETF like Brazil's EWZ is a good way to play that.
I believe a call or call spread strategy that defines risk is the optimal approach here.
Let's roll the dice on the profits made from the previous trade.
A late day push in Petrobras has my attention. Energy is one of the more interesting areas in the market at the moment. The sector is hanging tight even though the overall market is struggling. PBR has moved into the gap left from May with an upsi...
Crude has been rising since last June, and here are the names that I like here.
If you're going to buy on the dip, this is one heck of a dip.
A huge bribery scandal involving Petrobras , Brazil's state-run oil company, and government officials, possibly including current President Michel Temer, has sent that country's investments tumbling. The iShares Brazil Capped ETF is down by over 15...
These three huge energy plays are ready to rip higher -- and they're not the ones you're thinking of.
Investors await earnings from Nike after the closing bell.
This pro-business president loves the market rally, but key parts of his plan are still a ways off.
Shares of Petrobras were higher Tuesday after announcing that it will partner with Norway's Statoil.
Hopes for a General Electric-National Oilwell Varco marriage will most likely be dashed -- at least in the short run.
Don't focus too much on the indices; look for action in individual names.
Keep an eye on shares of General Electric in Wednesday's session.
Positive economic data may help U.S. markets to open in positive territory Wednesday.
Increased chances of a June rate hike kept investors fearful in Thursday's trading session.
While political interference is waning, the outlook is still cloudy.
Jim Cramer says a new president in Brazil will be a boon to Petrobras.
The Fed's dovish tone is giving stocks the boost they need Wednesday.
Oil prices continued to dictate market results on Wednesday as both the commodity and major indices declined.
U.S. markets have been able to shake off investor fears following a terrorist attack in Belgium.
We could see PBR retreat to the $4 area again as part of the basing process.