|Day Low/High||33.71 / 34.06|
|52 Wk Low/High||28.67 / 38.68|
Chesapeake still has plenty of problems but it has laid foundations for long-term growth.
I am not calling for the end of the Trump trade, but Europe looks good.
After an extended downtrend, 2016 may have been its turnaround year in a new bull.
The weather was wild on Wall Street, but it was a lot quieter indoors where low volume made for a muted day of trading.
Stocks fall Tuesday in low-volume trading as blizzard conditions stifle activity on Wall Street.
Stocks fell Tuesday morning as crude oil slumps on higher global production growth forecasts.
A solid February jobs report reaffirms confidence in the economic recovery, sending U.S. stocks higher on Friday.
European markets closed out the week with solid gains Friday after stronger-than-expected employment data from the United States added to a bullish tone driven by bank and energy stocks.
Stocks turn higher on Friday afternoon in a choppy session as crude sells off and a solid U.S. jobs report reaffirms confidence in the economic recovery.
Stocks come off their highs by mid-morning Friday despite a solid U.S. jobs report as crude oil resumes its retreat.
BP plc shares surged to a one-month high Friday after a report in London's Evening Standard that ExxonMobil is looking at a takeover bid for the British energy group.
EOG Resources is positioned to soar, as the wobbly energy market straightens out in the coming months.
The French oil company outperformed rivals in taking advantage of the oil price downturn to reshape its portfolio and the market is yet to realize it, according to Goldman.
Dudley argued that the OPEC deal has increased the level of confidence in oil investments.
Unilever has proposed to change the way executives and directors are paid in a bid to make them act more like owners of the business.
The oil giant said that cash costs will fall below $40 per barrel, cash flow will rise and gearing will remain steady
BP predicts that it will be able to have a significantly lower cash balance point by 2021.
Paris and Frankfurt rose but London was hit by worse than expected earnings at HSBC
Europe's biggest oil company stocks notched solid gains Tuesday as crude prices continued to rise on increased bets that OPEC's production cut discipline will offset rising U.S. supply signals.
European stocks drifted lower Thursday despite a strong session in Asia as a U.S. dollar retreat and mixed corporate earnings allowed benchmarks to pull back from recent multi-month highs.
European stocks are expected to open mixed Thursday following a solid session in Asia and a pullback for the U.S. dollar.
A rally to $39 will be a significant upside breakout and yield a potential longer-term price target of $53.