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The integrated oil majors should see some upstream segment improvement despite sequentially flat oil prices, as they put negative one-time factors from the second quarter behind them.
The odds were against Wall Street on Thursday after another decline in crude oil sparked an energy selloff and Apple reported a so-so quarter.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq extend their declines on Wednesday afternoon as crude oil resumes its slide after briefly touching the flatline.
Statoil, Eni, Galp and Total all release third-quarter results this week with the focus likely to be on cost control and dividend coverage.
Benchmark 10-year Gilt yields push past 1.16%, the highest level since the Brexit vote.
These stocks have solid payouts and look good for long-term investors.
Noted mediator Kenneth Feinberg will oversee a new program the N.Y. Archdiocese has set up to compensate victims sexually abused by priests.
This British oil giant could have an impressive total return if it breaks through resistance at $37.
The two oil majors may be able to maintain their dividends.
As the energy patch rebounds, we explore the pros and cons of each of these exploration and production behemoths.
BP is investigating an oil spill in the North Sea on Monday and is working with authorities to assess the potential environmental impact.
The FTSE 100 gains more than 1% as oil shares rise.
Leading European oil groups gained more than 5% on Thursday after OPEC's surprise output cut plan. But analysts are unsure the agreement amounts to much.
Energy stocks rise even as oil prices give up initial gains.
The oil cartel will reduce energy output at its next meeting in November, according to reports.
Stocks pull back on Friday as a relief rally over the Federal Reserve's reluctance to raise interest rates runs out of steam.
Oil bounces back, German producer price data point to a continued low inflation outlook.
Oil prices fall, taking shares in the sector down with them, while German producer price data point to a continued low inflation outlook.
Outsourced services group Mitie plunges after a profit warning but Apple suppliers including Imagination Technologies and Infineon rise on evidence of strong sales of the new iPhone 7 and 7-Plus.
Wall Street closed out a volatile week with slight losses as the Federal Reserve stays in focus.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as crude oil selloff pressures the energy sector and nerves over next week's Federal Reserve meeting peak.
Three buyers are reportedly looking to buy BP's (BP) stake in SECCO, a Chinese petrochemicals joint venture.
A selloff in crude oil punished the energy sector and fueled a dour mood on Wall Street, with stocks giving back all the gains achieved earlier in the week.
BP expects to increase its investments in Argentina because of the positive changes in the country since President Mauricio Macri took over, CEO Bob Dudley said on BloombergTV.
Stocks trade at session lows Tuesday afternoon as a sharp selloff in crude oil punishes the energy sector.
Stock losses escalate on Tuesday after a massive rally a day earlier inspired by dovish comments from officials at the Federal Reserve and as oil prices slumped.
In the week ahead, data will make it clearer whether Friday's stock market plunge was a healthy adjustment or the harbinger of a steeper crash.