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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.
A turnaround may be in the sights for the industry but many companies could still look toward divestitures to strengthen their finances and put money in the bank for acquisitions.
Apart from the Fed, there are other factors that make investors nervous.
Just because the price of oil hasn't rebounded yet doesn't mean that it isn't a great time to check out these two companies.
Bernstein said in an analyst note on Thursday that EOG Resources (EOG) recent acquisition of Yates Petroleum will benefit the company.
The enthusiasm about U.S. recovery in fracked oil is way premature.
The week has been dominated by big deal news in the energy industry, but analysts continue to see macro trends and data as the driving factors for stocks.
Cramer says you'll do fine in Ford and he wouldn't buy more Cliffs Natural Resources.
When the market decides only one thing is working, that makes things treacherous for everyone else,
EOG Resources' purchase of Yates Petroleum: Are they sure about that?
Jim Cramer has been keeping an eye on oil stocks, and it's big news that Apache has discovered such rich wells in the Permian Basin.
Mergers and high-growth stocks are making the market better and better, Cramer says.
These names show the downward pull can be beaten with the right set of circumstances, and it happens more often than you might think.
The oil and gas producer will buy the family-owned operator in a deal worth $2.45 billion, a bargain price considering the attractive West Texas assets included in the package.
The company announced the $2.5 billion acquisition of Yates Petroleum.
EOG Resources (EOG) will purchase privately-held Yates Petroleum and some of its subsidiaries and other entities in a $2.5 billion transaction.
So this will be your last opportunity to target some great oil companies.
The acquisition expands the buyer into West Texas' hot Delaware Basin and is part of its plan to become a top mid-cap explorer and producer.
Crude hasn't bottomed despite a weaker dollar and looming producer summit.
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.
Jim Cramer explains why stocks like Pioneer Natural Resources and EOG Resources are performing well despite lower oil prices.
A close back into the recent sideways $78-$85 consolidation pattern would upset the bull case.