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The natural resources company said it wants to lop off billions in debt; here are ways it could do so.
Metal producers' shares pull back after three days of rallying.
The longer oil keeps breaking down, the more stress there really is in the system.
The activist investor has been busy in 2016, but has said very little on his energy holdings as their stock prices plunge.
While January's job's data showed many area of strength, it also showed weakness in transportation, warehousing and mining.
Unlikely stocks surge while 2 tech names get hammered after hours.
Gold prices and mining stocks rallied Thursday, which TheStreet’s Real Money Contributor Ben Cross said is being driven in part by worries of negative interest rates.
Ralph Lauren hit rock bottom of the S&P 500 Thursday, shocking investors with a sharp cut to its sales forecasts. Kohl's was second-worst.
Shares of the troubled natural resources company were up over 20% in Thursday's trading.
Stocks have recovered from the earlier downturn following the release of the latest U.S. jobs report.
We're seeing a violent rotation today out of the TFANGs and into cyclicals like Caterpillar (CAT) and Freeport-McMoRan (FCX). The proximate cause for this could be the weakening U.S. dollar and the attendant rise in commodities prices, but we'll hav...
FCX could catch a stronger bid and rally to retest the $10 level.
Slowing growth in the U.S. services economy has stocks pointed in the wrong direction today.
Jim Cramer discussed Under Armour, Facebook, Amazon, and Alphabet from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday.
There's a lot to make of OPEC conversations -- rumored or otherwise.
It was a bumpy day as markets digested rising oil and a dovish Fed statement.
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.
The Phoenix-based company reported losses and a sobering view of this year.
Our list of 20 stocks with the most stretched, or stressed out, balance sheets that are in danger of the dreaded 'reorganization.'
An upturn likely won't be much more than a pause in a market that has turned weak.
Natural gas has gotten very little help from the harsh East Coast weather.
Usually when you hear 'buy one get one free' you think you're getting a good deal, but TheStreet's Jim Cramer says BOGO isn't good when it comes to oil.
Lack of volume is causing the exaggerated market moves, right now.
The year has not started the way most pundits and prognosticators had envisioned.
At this moment we should be embracing European equities.
Good news just doesn't matter because the overall market wants to go down.