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CLR intends to sell operated Oklahoma acreage that should fetch over $325 million.
The scale is weighted toward the bears and industrial names in particular.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Disney, Continental Resources and Agios Pharmaceuticals, and downgrades for Chipotle, Brinker International and JPMorgan Chase.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Advanced Micro Devices, Hess and Juniper, and a downgrade for Fitbit.
The Army Corp of Engineers dealt the pipeline operators a setback Sunday, but the Trump administration said it supported the project's construction Monday and analysts feel rerouting won't be necessary.
Harold Hamm, the CEO of Continental Resources, said that despite OPEC's efforts, his company is more efficient than it was in 2014.
Continental Resources is surging on optimism for an OPEC oil production deal.
Cramer notes two companies that can make a fortune with oil prices at $50 per barrel.
Trump's transition team is reportedly looking at the chief operating officer of ride-share company Lyft as a possible pick for Secretary of Transportation.
And oil will continue to slowly but surely rally to the end of the year.
Here's a technical look at how to trade several stocks rising on unusual volume recently.
The OPEC agreement puts a floor under oil I don't think will ever again be breached.
For all the oil bulls in the market, here are the U.S. drillers ready to take off.
For all you oil bulls in the market, here are the U.S. drillers ready to take off.
EOG Resources' purchase of Yates Petroleum: Are they sure about that?
So this will be your last opportunity to target some great oil companies.
Activity in the U.S. was up by 10 rigs as commodity prices approached the $50 per barrel mark, although the Canadian count slipped by 5 rigs.
Oil and gas properties continue to exchange hands at what many think may be the bottom of the downturn.
Continental Resources (CLR) said it will sell non-strategic assets for $222 million.
It looks like U.S. alternative oil sector, not the Saudis, is determining prices.
Time to take a profit from these oil names, and await new entry points.