It appears it may not, as supplies of heavy oil are becoming short even as there is an excess of light sweet oil.
No one wants to be caught being too negative if a trade deal is made, but there will be plenty of market players looking for an exit into strength.
Economic reports out of Europe and China have not been encouraging, which appears to leave the U.S. to power the global economic engine.
China data is ugly, evaluate your portfolio with that in mind -- and watch nonfarm payrolls on Friday.
If we didn't know where the algorithms that now control the point of sale were lined up before Monday, we sure know now.
Hedging a stock can be expensive for investors and not always worth it.
Bulls believe the positive impact of a U.S.-China trade agreement has yet to be fully priced into the market; bears disagree.
Investors who realize individual stocks will eventually revert to their mean can save themselves money and frustration.
Here are a host of stocks that will benefit from a deal, and why you should pick them up on a selloff.
The market keeps barreling ahead in anticipation of a China trade deal, leaving bears on the losing side.