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Here are oil and natural gas companies that could benefit from the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Commodity exports have to keep up with the M&A boom.
Trade negotiations between the U.S. and Canada resumed on Wednesday.
While shoppers were busy looking for bargains at the mall, traders were busy doing the same on Wall Street.
Let's see what companies the Oracle of Omaha might be considering with the market at all-time highs.
It was a strong day across the board on Wall Street with all three major U.S. averages closing in the green.
Goldman downgrades Walmart, citing concerns about the retailer's valuation, meanwhile, Nomura makes a bullish call on Amazon.
Jim Cramer says Magellan Midstream will benefit from President Trump's executive order to move forward on the construction of two oil pipeline projects.
Housing, oil and other faves are enough to make me break into song.
Jim Cramer says Schlumberger, Enbridge and TransCanada could be winner's under Trump.
The best way to participate in a more pro-fossil fuel environment is to buy pipelines stocks.
Kinder Morgan, TransCanada, Enbridge and MGE Energy are power players worth owning.
TransCanada TRP said it has agreed to buy Columbia Pipeline CPGX for $25.50 a share, or roughly $13 billion.
The Canadian buyer has been looking for ways to expand after the U.S. scuttled its plan to build the Keystone XL pipeline because of environmental concerns.
U.S. futures look to lead the market to a strong finish in a positive week.
Analysts see positives in a reported merger between TransCanada and Columbia Pipeline Group.
Kinder Morgan investors are weighing a lot of data this week, and it's showing in the stock price.
Once again, lawmakers infer a false correlation between oil production and prices.
Crescent Point has been amassing acreage in the less developed Torquay region of Canada.
Concerns that Russia may cut natural gas supply to Europe as uncertainty mounts in Ukraine has triggered a call for exports of U.S. natural gas to the continent so as to offset disruption.
FERC's Philip Moeller says U.S. allies in are "basically begging us" for this gas, and the U.S. must consider the international security ramifications of its energy policy.