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But a plummet in oil signals a global synchronized downturn, and we will not be immune.
Buyers of WFT turned more aggressive in late October so now is a good time to look closer at the charts and indicators.
Both the Nasdaq and S&P 500 closed the day at record highs, up 0.32% and 0.21%, respectively.
Firms that adapted to hard times are now doing exponentially better.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average stumbled triple digits to begin the week after Republicans shelved an unpopular health- care bill on Friday.
Oilfield services companies could benefit if the sanctions against Russia are lifted.
Zoetis shares were climbing off an earnings beat and raised 2016 guidance.
Stanley Black & Decker delights investors with news of its $1.95 billion deal to acquire Newell Brands' tools division.
There is room to make a quick profit, but the charts portend a much larger slide down the road.
13F filing also reveals acquisitions in small banks and real estate.
Technical clues hint at better days for the oil and gas service company.
A close above $8 and $9 would turn the charts very bullish.
Weatherford's steps to lower debt make them 'investible again,' say analysts.
Shares of Weatherford International are trading slightly lower on Thursday after announcing an upsized exchangeable note offering.
Analysts call offering a "savvy move" but a sudden drop in the stock suggests otherwise.
Crude plays in the Stressed Out index are getting a bump from the rise in oil prices.
If WFT bottoms we probably wouldn't want to get involved until it climbs back above $9
Shareholders of the Swiss oil and gas fled in droves Wednesday after the company unveiled a dismal 2016 outlook.
A fire in Canada's oil sands region is helping lift crude prices.
I address the stocks readers ask about and also the macro situation.
Weatherford International is setting itself up for a strong exit from oil's temporary downturn.
U.S. indices are down slightly despite tailwinds from rising oil prices.
Buyers are snapping up offerings from cash-strapped companies.
The amount of second round offerings for energy companies nears $12 billion.