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World stock markets were mixed Wednesday despite encouraging signs that include falling oil prices, better-than-expected machinery orders in Japan and an overnight climb on Wall Street.
World stock markets rose Tuesday, but their gains were limited by worries over rising oil prices as Libya -- which sits on the largest oil reserves in Africa -- appeared to be sliding toward civil war.
Marathon Oil, ConocoPhillips and PetroChina were among the gainers last week.
Canadian natural gas company Encana gets $5 billion in cash for a joint venture with PetroChina.
Lloyds Banking and Barclays are among international companies expected to deliver attractive returns, according to analysts.
A look at each of these top companies' prospects gives us a good idea about tomorrow's titans.
Here's a look at how some of the biggest names on Wall Street are trading technically.
These five stocks, which span diverse industries, could generate lucrative returns in 2011 based on strong industry and company fundamentals.
Here are 10 Brazilian stocks that are likely provide attractive returns during 2011 and beyond.
These stocks clocked significant gains in 2010, outperforming the broader indices.
Two energy stocks from China and three from India have upside potential as crude prices rise.
Here's a look at how some of the biggest names on Wall Street, including Citigroup, are trading technically.
With crude oil is closing in on $100 a barrel, here's a look at several stocks that could get a boost as oil prices rise.
China's stock market suffered another big drop Tuesday and prompted an early retreat in European shares, as investors waited to see if Ireland will end up asking its 15 partners in the eurozone for a financial rescue package.
Stocks mostly traded in narrow ranges Thursday as investors awaited to see if the world's leaders can thrash out a comprehensive agreement on the global economy in a two-day summit in Seoul.
Thus far, there has been no response but there ought to be some group rotation or volatiltiy.
China's play for Texas oil is just another act in the US debt drama.
If this market turns into September 2006, expect few down days despite what the indicators say.
Natural gas storage levels in the lower 48 states added another 40 billion cubic feet for the week ended Aug. 20, said the Energy Information Administration.
Sinopec posted a 6.7% increase in first-half net profit, ahead of analysts' estimates, as sales rose 75%.
If the S&P 500 gets through 1130 and the negative divergences persist, it'll be a different story.
Rumors of the death of BP are greatly exaggerated, and the oil giant will remain independent, a new survey of investors finds.
The Chinese oil spill has doubled in size, and, occurring right on the heels of BP, the images flowing from China again show the ugly power of environmental disaster.
If BP is successful in its effort to cap the oil well for good, will it put an end to M&A speculation, or just get the real acquisition activity started?
A day after BP capped its well in the Gulf of Mexico, China found itself having to deal with an oil spill of its own. But the magnitude of the spills is vastly different.
Here's a look at how some of the biggest names on Wall Street are trading technically, including JPMorgan and Procter & Gamble.
China-based petroleum stocks fell on the Big Board Friday on the Chinese government's plans to introduce a new national resources tax on coal, oil and gas exploration in the country.
Recent deals indicate that more foreign players could get involved in joint ventures aimed at tapping shale gas fields in the U.S.
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