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TheStreet Ratings group would like to highlight 5 stocks pushing the energy industry higher today, Nov. 12, 2012.
We're putting our money where our mouths are and initiating a position in this China fund.
Technical analysis standpoint, these are some of the worst-positioned stocks out there right now.
I decided to test the current refrain that big-cap stocks are 'on sale' right now.
PetroChina was a leading decliner within the energy industry, falling $1.52 (-1.2%) to $126.75 on average volume.
Stocks look cheap, and stimulus programs could boost the economy.
PetroChina was a winner within the energy industry, rising $1.42 (1.1%) to $130.94 on average volume.
The ex-dividend date for PetroChina (NYSE:PTR) is tomorrow, May 25, 2012. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of $2.33 per share. At a price of $130.18 as of 9:35 a.m., the dividend yield is 3.5%.
PetroChina was a winner within the energy industry, rising $2.17 (1.6%) to $133.35 on average volume.
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The group as a whole has generated double the returns of the S&P 500.
Apple has surpassed $400 billion in market cap as analysts predict the tech giant hitting the half trillion dollar mark.
Robust crude oil prices propelled energy stocks higher in the first week of trading in 2012.
China has had its ups and downs but demand is healthy in its energy sector.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed higher on any positive catalyst.
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PetroChina was a leading decliner within the energy industry, falling $1 (-0.8%) to $129.50 on average volume.
Oil prices were rallying for the sixth day on signs that the eurozone was coming closer to agreeing on a solution for its massive debt woes and a weaker dollar.
Chinese national oil companies are now the biggest beneficiary of Iraq's oil resources -- beating the oil majors.
The State Department is warning western companies operating in North Africa of a possible terrorist threat to their workers and facilities.
World stock markets are subdued Wednesday amid jitters over Europe's debt crisis ahead of talks among the leaders of Germany, France and troubled Greece.
The ex-dividend date for PetroChina (NYSE:PTR) is tomorrow, September 7, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of $2.27 per share. At a price of $122.61 as of 10:30 a.m., the dividend yield is 3.9%.
Exxon has seen its vaunted position as the world's most valuable company by market capitalization challenged by Apple this month, but days like this bolster the case that the oil giant will continue to command the greater prestige among investors.
Global stock markets tumble after downbeat U.S. data fuels fears the world's largest economy might be sliding back into recession.
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