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U.S. futures look to follow up on their Tuesday climb.
Transocean's fleet status update may be a ray of hope in an otherwise bleek oilrig service industry outlook.
Weatherford International is showing some life while implementing its long-term plan to survive crude's downtrend.
Weatherford International is swimming against the current of falling oil prices.
In what we're calling the "reverse Midas," oil and gas service providers feel the burnt of low energy prices.
Shares of Grand Canyon Education (LOPE) have fallen over 18% so far in 2015, but they have still outperformed the rest of the beleaguered for-profit education sector.
Materials and technology names led the way down on the session.
Bank of America's (BAC) Brian Moynihan will remain as both chairman and CEO after 63% of shareholders voted against a potential split.
Financial and technology names led the way up, while health care stocks lagged.
Dan Dicker, Senior Energy contributor to Thestreet, talks to Jim Cramer about the recent buy of Baker Hughes (BHI) by Halliburton (HAL).
Deal speculation hits shares. Halliburton's (HAL) shares are weaker, seemingly in response to Mario Gabelli's statement on Bloomberg that he sees Halliburton buying Weatherford (WFT).
Each of these 'real' American firms is now a buyout candidate because of the ridiculous U.S. tax code.
We believe the company is finally on the right track -- and the price is still right.
Dan Dicker and Stephanie Link talk about the rapid increase in the number of onshore wells being drilled in shale plays in the Eagle Ford and Permian, while offshore drillers are suffering.