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Companies as diverse as Wendy's and Boeing are among the names big into stock buybacks and raising their payouts.
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If volume is light during the correction, shares could show renewed strength in the second quarter.
Cheap crude, high gasoline demand and the ability to export product bode well for downstream energy companies.
I'm adding more Southwestern Energy and looking at other 'mini-major' natural gas stocks, today.
Traders are seeing an opportunity in refiners, but data suggest margins could continued to be squeezed.
VLO is one of the rare energy stocks investors should buy more of on a decline.
Some industry watchers have been bullish on the sector because the WTI-Brent spread isn't holding up, which is normally seen as a positive.
Here’s where the U.S. infrastructure crisis meets the energy crisis.
A jump in oil prices helped buoy U.S. markets in midday trading Thursday.
Integrated oil names are set for a leg higher, as refiners struggle to hold support.
I am a fan of buybacks that increase returns for shareholders and add value to the firm.
Given the record share buybacks being executed, it is disconcerting that so few are being done at low prices.
SEE is seeing solid action after upping its dividend; try this options strategy to take advantage.
Base metals have been helped by the rally in equities and remain oversold.
Some energy names were unable Wednesday to hop aboard a surge in oil prices.
The results were so consistent that I spent hours swilling coffee and checking the numbers by hand.
The energy sector may be a tough place to invest in now, but there are four companies which could turn things around in 2016 even if oil prices remain low.
The water on the Mississippi River is already so high that Missouri has closed Interstate Highways.
Facebook is the way of the future, according to Jim Cramer, co-manager of Action Alerts PLUS portfolio and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money.'