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Cramer is forgiving of Lululemon and Cnooc but is cautious on Finish Line.
Ryan Horch, Kapitall Â MarketsÂ reacted negativelyÂ to the uncertainty surrounding Italian elections on Monday. The S&P 500, Dow, and Nasdaq were all [...]
The protracted approval process for the CNOOC-Nexen deal will affect the way China acquires resource assets.
China and Japan are in dispute over the region.
Canada blocks the Malaysian state-owned oil firm Petronas' $5.2 billion bid for gas producer Progress Energy Resources.
Against all economic sense, CNOOC's takeout offer could easily be stymied.
We're putting our money where our mouths are and initiating a position in this China fund.
Romney uses China-bashing to win voters on the campaign trail, but promoting a stronger investment relationship may be a better way to win the debate.
Asian stock markets rebound despite uncertainty about global economy
Chesapeake Energy's short-of-expectations Permian Basin sales shows that when push comes to shove, foreign buyer premiums for shale aren't guaranteed.
With a rapidly growing middle class and rising urbanization, Chinese leaders know they need to fill their country's tremendous energy demands and are continually finding innovative ways to keep their country powered.
Negative news means it's a good time to go against the crowd.
Markets put great companies on sale during down days, Cramer said.
The Dow suffers a second consecutive triple-digit decline as global economic worries prompt send investors scurrying out of equities.
A slew of recent deals shows the gloom associated with the stock market does not extend to companies that are growing through acquisitions.
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