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This wouldn't be the first time players needed to be beaten over the head with a new trend before changing positions.
Four of the five companies are in the energy sector, signaling willingness to fight disruption.
This large-cap rally isn't fizzling out -- it's heating up.
It looks like U.S. alternative oil sector, not the Saudis, is determining prices.
The oil-and-gas equipment maker's dwindling market cap could signal a hefty discount to industrial players like GE.
Oil prices are near $30 a barrel and many drillers are flirting with bankruptcy – but that’s not stopping General Electric from moving deeper into the offshore drilling space.
Despite crude bobbing around $30, pushing many drillers to the brink of insolvency, GE is nonetheless standing behind its bull position on the global economy and oil and gas production.
"Look at all these rumors surroundin' me every day I just need some time, some time to get away from From all these rumors, I can't take it no more." -- Timex Social Club, Rumors Who continues to buy on these oil rumors today? There are rumors about...
What private equity firms like Apollo Global Management are saying reveals a lot.
My Winning Value Portfolio didn't live up to its name in 2015.
They are positioning themselves as part of the solution to climate change.
Amid the current glut, production growth is working against these companies.
Shares are weak based on speculation that its contract with Statoil for Ocean Vanguard was terminated. Diamond Offshore Drilling (DO) is weak today, both absolutely and relative to its peers based on speculation that its contract with Statoil (STO) ...
This small energy company has become a pure play on the Eagle Ford shale region.
Here are two stocks with overseas exposure that have a lot of value right now.
Here is a list of today's issuers. Massive bond supply continues. Below is today's list of issuers: State Street (STT) -- five-year, 10-year OGE Energy (OGE) -- 30-year Brinker International (EAT) -- five-year, 10-year Northeast Utilities (NU) -- fi...
Jim Cramer discusses the importance of jobs to the election and how low oil prices are not helping the situation.