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A conference in New York this week brings together an A-list crowd of shipping company execs -- and the bankers who hope to sell them.
Seacor and Arena Resources are two smaller energy companies that don't pay dividends. But their financial strength makes up for it.
Bemis, Seacor and XTO Energy are upgraded; Avery Dennison and China Nepstar are downgraded.
The shipping company posted a 45% increase in first quarter earnings.
Teekay and Merrill Lynch are teaming up with Merrill Lynch to convert the S/S Arctic Spirit into a floating natural gas plant.
With oil prices dominating the headlines these days, many of the standard oil plays have either already peaked, or soon will. But that doesn't mean the sector is tapped out. There are other companies of interest here that have had little publicity but appear to be well-positioned to take advantage of rising oil prices.
Cramer says it's one of his favorite cell phone companies.
The oil services company received both an upgrade and a downgrade following its strong earnings report. Which was right?
Shares slip after the retailer says its financial chief plans to depart.
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