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EPA's Axing of Obama-Era Clean Power Plan Has Limited Near-Term Market Effect
The Trump administration's move to take formal steps to unravel the Clean Power Plan will do little to move the needle for the energy and utilities companies it affects, at least in the near-term.
Coal Stocks Get a Bump as Trump Signs Climate Executive Order
President Trump signed an executive order ing back much of the Obama administration's efforts to combat climate change in hopes of spurring growth in energy jobs in the United States.
Black gold? China, Trump could keep coal prices on upward path
A cold winter looming in China, and a newly-elected friend coming to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, may well extend a phenomenal run for coal ETFs in 2017.
Look to energy ETFs to boost retirement portfolio returns
Broadly-diversified energy ETFs are often the best option for investors seeking more variation in their portfolios.
Here's why the bear market for coal prices may be nearing the end
There are signs that things could finally be turning around for coal.
Are Twitter Shares Finally Worth Buying Despite the Volatility?
The CNBC 'Fast Money Halftime' traders debate J.P. Morgan, hear the bullish case on Twitter and provide insight into the energy sector.
Consol Energy Is the Best Stock in a Dismal Coal Sector
The coal producer is outperforming because it is transitioning from a dependence on coal.
Why the Forecast for Coal and Coal Stocks Is So Overcast
It is hard to be optimistic.
Venture Capitalists, Check Out Coal, Gold and Shipping Stocks
Sir John Templeton profited by investing in sectors in disfavor in the Great Depression and when they rebounded, wow! Choose a company or fund and see how well you do.
Coal Rebounds as the Flexible Fuel for the Long-Term Investor
Market Vectors Coal and Peabody Energy are up with United States Oil down, while coal pluses move keep it chugging along.
Former PlayStation Hacker in a Race Against Time to Fix Twitter
A one-time hacker has made a bold deal with Elon Musk.
Royal Caribbean, Carnival Both Make Unpopular Dining Change
The two cruise lines are using each other to end a beloved, main dining room practice.
Disney World Makes an Adult Change Walt Would Hate
The company's legendary founder believed in certain things that have steadily been dropped by his namesake company.
The Most Reliable Cars and Car Brands, According to Consumer Reports
The consumer advocacy magazine gathered data on over 300,000 vehicles, covering a span of 22 model years, that address 17 trouble areas to determine a predicted reliability score for 24 auto brands.