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The iShares FTSE China 25 Index Fund is the better pick among China ETFs as some Chinese companies have become a target of a U.S. regulatory probe of accounting irregularities.
ConocoPhillips says recent reports claiming that the company's China unit still hasn't properly sealed all oil leaks in the country is missing critical information.
Chinese investigators are suggesting that the local unit of ConocoPhillips still hasn't properly sealed the oil leaks coming from its offshore wells in China's Bohai Bay.
Crude oil continued to tick higher and is quickly approaching heavy resistance.
Oil prices collapse to the lowest level in the past year on Monday and ended the trading session near $80 a barrel.
Crude oil prices rebounded Friday after Thursday''s bloodbath as supply disruptions in the U.S. and Iran and much brighter-than-expected domestic jobs news injected life into the futures market.
Global stock markets tumble Friday amid fears the U.S. may be heading back into recession and Europe's debt crisis is worsening.
Crude oil prices plunged to a year-to-date low Thursday as a U.S. dollar rally fueled by the European Central Bank resumption of bond purchases and strains on global growth sent futures contracts under $90.
Petrohawk, Bill Barett, Comstock racked up smart gains, while Core Laboratories, Energy Transfer Equity, Lufkin erased considerable value.
World stock markets are mostly lower after China's manufacturing contracted and uncertain traders watched for progress on the U.S. government debt limit and Europe's debt crisis.
Riverbed Technology shares were plunging in premarket trading Wednesday after the company reported lower-than-expected revenue.
Cnooc, one of China's three main state-owned oil and gas producers, agrees to buy Canadian oil sands producer Opti Canada for $2.1 billion.
Hopes that Greece will enact an unpopular set of austerity measures to prevent the country from defaulting on its massive debts sends world stocks higher.
The International Energy Agency's decision to release emergency oil reserves was its way of sending warning signals to the oil speculative community and wasn't expected to actually materially increase supplies to the market.
Asian stocks are mostly lower after European finance ministers delayed a decision to extend emergency help to prevent Greece from defaulting on its debts.
More evidence the U.S. economy has hit a soft patch and political uncertainty in disaster-hobbled Japan sent Asian shares sharply lower Thursday.
World stocks were mostly higher Thursday as higher oil prices revived investor interest in commodity companies.
World stocks climbed Wednesday, shrugging off weak U.S. economic indicators as Asia got a boost from signs that Japan's post-tsunami recovery is quickening.
A loss of momentum on Wall Street, dropping commodity prices and worries over Europe's debt problems caused world stock markets to sag Monday.
Banco Bradesco, AmBev and Sterlite are among BRIC stocks to consider right now.
CNOOC and ReneSola are among the energy stocks trading at a discount to the market.
ReneSola, Weatherford International, CNOOC and Cobalt International Energy were major gainers last week.
Baidu and Sohu are becoming as commonplace as large-cap U.S. companies at mutual funds.
Guests include Peter Tuz, portfolio manager for the Chase Growth Fund, Wade Slome, founder of Sidoxia Capital Management and Ron Muhlenkamp portfolio manager for the Muhlenkamp Fund
World stock markets were mixed Wednesday despite encouraging signs that include falling oil prices, better-than-expected machinery orders in Japan and an overnight climb on Wall Street.
Already hurt by inflation fears, emerging markets suffered another blow when the Middle East revolutions began in the past month. Some investors are fleeing.
Chesapeake Energy quickly executes on a planned sale of its Fayetteville shale assets to mining giant BHP Billiton.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) and CNOOC Limited (NYSE:CEO; SEHK:00883) today announced the closing of a project cooperation agreement whereby CNOOC International Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of CNOOC...
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