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While hard at work in Washington, a handful of members of Congress have also been busy trading stocks.
We continue to see unusually low trading ranges, indicating intense overhead resistance.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Valvoline, FireEye, Chesapeake Energy, and Square.
The Oracle of Omaha believes in the future of U.S. business, says Jim Cramer. Plus, Buffett can admit his mistakes and we can learn from that.
Bearish inventory data was crushing the commodity Thursday, and the stocks of companies who beat on earnings suffered as a result.
The Fed's intent is still as plain to see as it was late last year. This committee remains on mission.
U.S. stock futures are rising Thursday and European shares gain after strong earnings reports boost investor sentiment.
May kicks off with a busy first week filled with earnings, monetary policy and a snapshot of the health of the economy.
Jim Cramer says he respects Buffett's judgment. Cramer's also bullish on some airline stocks.
Jim Cramer says a rally on French election results is fine, but don't forget great U.S. corporate earnings and merger activity.
TheStreet reported earlier this month that the Haynesville Shale-focused operator was expected by sources to file for an IPO shortly.
Investors seem to be struggling with where to place their bets as U.S. producers kick back into gear, but analysts have mapped out a few to keep an eye on.
There have been some successful offerings so far this year, but what are the next offerings to hit the market?
The company is among a group of players focused on the natural gas basin sources expect to hit the public markets in the next several months.
The beaten-down oil and gas explorer might finally be on the cusp of recovery.
March vehicle sales were ugly. Ugly, with a capital U.
This month's resilience in the market has a lot to do with short squeezes in big tech names.
Another rally in crude oil pushes prices to three-week highs and lights a flame under the energy sector.
The S&P 500 inches higher in mixed trading Wednesday as a rally in crude helps the energy sector.
Which stocks have been the biggest dogs on Wall Street since the start of the calendar 2017 year?
Chesapeake still has plenty of problems but it has laid foundations for long-term growth.
The producer of natural gas is well positioned to succeed in the North American shale low-price commodity environment, Stifel analyst Karl Chalabala wrote.
The weather event that could cause warmer-than-expected weather has energy trading strategists optimistic about natural gas demand and stocks.
Insiders at Herbalife, Chesapeake Energy and three other companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.
Saudi Arabia overstated its February production according to Goldman, which claimed OPEC production cuts will help oil demand overtake supply in the second quarter.