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Stocks fluctuate Tuesday as crude closes under $43 a barrel for the first time since April.
Investors are cautious before central bank decisions later this week.
News from Japan may be more important for gold than anything from Fed.
U.S. stocks retreat into the red as a number of positive and negative earnings reports keep trading choppy.
Stocks trade mixed Tuesday as a number of positive and negative earnings report keep traders active.
The current downward trend of energy stocks has investors concerned, CNBC's Bob Pisani explained on "Squawk on the Street" today.
Stock futures are mixed as investors stay on the sidelines ahead of the kickoff to the Federal Reserve's July meeting.
Anheuser-Busch InBev raises offer for SABMiller; BP's second-quarter earnings tumble; Amazon announces drone partnership with U.K. government.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified BP (BP) as a pre-market laggard candidate
CEO Dudley says the oil company can draw a line under the Deepwater Horizon disaster and sees no further significant liabilities.
Investors kept a wary eye on plummeting crude oil prices to begin the week, pushing equities to retreat from record levels achieved last Friday.
Investors keep one eye on plummeting crude oil prices on Monday and the other on the clock ahead of the kickoff to the Federal Reserve's July meeting tomorrow.
Stocks come back from session lows by mid-afternoon Monday afternoon even as crude oil settles below $44.
Underlying profit is expected rise but not enough to secure the dividend over the long-term, while a line will be drawn under Deepwater Horizon payouts.
A slew of corporate earnings and closely watched Federal Reserve meeting are in focus for the week of July 25.
Optimism is warranted over the long haul, but investors probably face a short-term headache. Here are the crucial numbers and events to watch in the week ahead.
The Federal Reserve will steal focus from another onslaught of earnings in the coming week as investors remain wary over the central bank's rate-hike timetable.
Three of the largest companies in the world are Chinese, according to the magazine's annual report, but American companies increased their share of the world's largest companies by revenue.
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The Canadian oil and gas company credits aggressive cost-cutting for its positive results and said asset sales will allow it to boost capital spending by $200 million this year.
BP (BP) is selling fuel storage terminals and its stake in a pipeline in the U.K.
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BP is "heading toward a sweet spot" according to Barclays analysts.
BP expects to record an additional $2.5 billion charge related to the 2010 oil spill.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified BP (BP) as a pre-market leader candidate