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Four of the five companies are in the energy sector, signaling willingness to fight disruption.
The S&P 500 fell from records on Tuesday as a steep selloff in crude oil prices sent the energy sector lower.
This company is paying its dividend with enough cash left over to develop the next big oil shale play.
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If the supermajors are struggling, the smaller shale independents can hardly be doing better.
Its decision to sell a costly oil sands field shows it will focus on paying down debt.
Consider giving energy giant Royal Dutch Shell (RDS) the royal treatment above $56.
But gloomy sentiment could turn into a good buying opportunity.
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Shell's shares gained in London despite the company posting weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings
A change in renewable fuel regulations would be a negative for companies like Chevron and BP, says S&P Capital IQ.
Majors like Royal Dutch Shell and independents like EOG Resources are buying up prospective Texas acreage.
A crude oil rally Wednesday helped Wall Street rally to erase all losses endured in a selloff a day earlier.
The two oil majors may be able to maintain their dividends.
U.S. stocks suffered from a sharp selloff to end the week as chances of a September hike increased.
U.S. stocks ended August on a dour note as crude oil endured another selloff.
Another sharp decline in crude oil pulled the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average lower in a mixed start to the new month.
Investors kept a wary eye on plummeting crude oil prices to begin the week, pushing equities to retreat from record levels achieved last Friday.
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Diagio, Vodafone other British blue chips have recently tanked.
Shares of Royal Dutch Shell are up 14% thus far in 2016, benefiting from the rise in commodity prices.
But watch that rig count, it's what stands between $50 and $60.
The 28% rise of London Metal Exchange copper inventories is indicative of slowing Chinese demand.