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A debate is heating up in Washington on whether the 40-year ban on U.S. crude exports should be lifted.
Healthcare insurers were flashing bullish signs long before merger mania engulfed the sector said Marc Chaikin, CEO of Chaikin Analytics.
They've done well considering market had a slightly negative month.
St. Joe has been revitalized, while Phillips 66 is a love-hate thing.
The key level for oil is $57, where it has bounced before.
Since the oil price tumble in the last six months, it may be time to reconsider buying large-cap energy stocks.
There are keepers, would-be keepers and some I can live without.
These two giants are hiking dividends and still relatively cheap.
In 13-F filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Daniel Loeb's Third Point, Soros Fund Management, and other large fund managers disclosed big stakes in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.
Levels in crude and natural gas continue to slide as the U.S. dollar strengthens, despite an escalation in global conflicts and winter weather on the horizon.
TheStreet's Energy Contributor Dan Dicker says the bad news will continue for U.S. refiners and refining stocks.
Continued strong global gas prices are being met with relatively weak domestic crude prices, and TheStreet's Dan Dicker explains why this is good for the refiners but bad for U.S. drivers.