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Shares are pummeled following news that the company received a limited extension from some of its lenders and noteholders.
Stanley Black & Decker delights investors with news of its $1.95 billion deal to acquire Newell Brands' tools division.
Salesforce shareholders react to the Twitter takeover talks, while Constellation brands toasts a solid quarter.
OPEC takes everyone by surprise, but production cuts are dubious, and Wells Fargo's CEO heads back to Capitol Hill.
Oil stocks skyrocketed Wednesday on a report of an OPEC production cut.
Jim Cramer says if he's going to own an oil stock...he wants it to be the best in breed and that's why he likes oil field services company Schlumberger.
Crude plays in the Stressed Out index are getting a bump from the rise in oil prices.
The offhsore driller's stock was gaining midday ahead of its fiscal fourth-quarter results.
Finding undervalued companies that are buying back stock beats other metrics by a wide margin.
Those heavily shorted energy stocks that spiked Monday came back down to earth.
The past six weeks have been a terrific for Real Money's Stressed Out index, as the 20 members on average climbed more than 44% amid a recovery in crude prices.
TDW jumped this week after the partially lifting of a summary judgement in the company's favor.
U.S. indices are closing the week out in positive territory following the release of the latest jobs numbers.
Even troubled companies can have their day in the sun.
These 5 "Stressed Out" companies might be tempting cards to pick, but investors could find themselves with a losing hand.
Tidwater is experiencing a double-digit percentage rally that's a reversal of its doldrums over the last year.
The maker of offshore drilling vessels has suspended its dividend and backed off its share repurchase program.
The market doesn't appear to like the Fed decision to keep rates unchanged. Here are the biggest losers on Real Money's distressed watch list.
Smart investors know when to watch debt markets over equity markets.
In what we're calling the "reverse Midas," oil and gas service providers feel the burnt of low energy prices.
Monday's selloff isn't evidence of where indices will end up.
Closed-end funds offer oil and gas exposure at a discount to already bargain prices.
Should we buy a stock executives and directors are busy selling?