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Wall Street churned around the flatline for much of the day with investors reluctant to commit to any one direction until the release of Friday's highly anticipated jobs report.
Stocks are lower on Thursday afternoon as a sharp decline in crude oil prices weighs on the energy sector.
Brazil state-owned Petrobras was asked to restate financials between 2013 and 2015.
The groups bringing the lawsuit have indicated that they may be willing to settle.
This pro-business president loves the market rally, but key parts of his plan are still a ways off.
Congressional Republicans are moving to deliver what could be a major victory for American oil, gas and mining companies in rolling back a rule on foreign payment disclosures.
Stocks sink into the red on Thursday morning as disappointing holiday sales tank retail names.
Cramer likes PayPal under $40 and has a hunger for Wendy's.
The market's an Energizer bunny and it's been a remarkable five weeks, Cramer says.
Stocks hold slightly higher early Tuesday afternoon after the energy sector turns higher on revised oil forecasts, even as the price of crude oil remains in the red.
Loose regulations and rejection of the climate agreement bring uncertainty to the sector.
U.S. stock futures are sinking on Friday as the presidential victory of Donald Trump continues to roil the markets. But retail stocks like Nordstrom could be a bright spot.
The Brazilian state-controlled petroleum company has seen a recent reversal of fortune. But is the world's most indebted energy concern worth investing in?
Moody's raised all ratings on Petrobras (PBR) to 'B2' and upped its outlook to 'stable.' The Brazilian oil company also settled four lawsuits.
Cramer says P&G is a good choice and is disappointed by Bristol-Myers Squibb.
A malaise has once again befallen America, Cramer says.
Petrobras (PBR) stock will be a winner if the dollar weakens and crude rises, TheStreet's Chris Versace and Bob Lang said.
Petrobras (PBR) stock was rising Thursday afternoon as Brazil is expected to soon allow increased foreign investment in its offshore oil fields.
Petrobras (PBR) sent documents to buyers late yesterday who may be interested in purchasing a 51% stake in Petrobras Distribuidora, the company's fuel unit.
The Brazilian oil giant will auction a 51% stake in the business after it last year failed to sell a minority stake.
Brazil officials said they may approve a Petrobras (PBR) sale of stakes in its offshore oil blocks to help finance the company's development.
Petrobras (PBR) workers union, the Federal Union Party, rejected a contract offer from the company on Thursday and is preparing for a potential strike.
The oil cartel will reduce energy output at its next meeting in November, according to reports.
What makes Latin America, an area rife with political uncertainty and economic concerns, such a hot investment space? It's all about timing.