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It's been a dismal year for the energy patch, but no energy stock has endured greater miseries than this one. Some now suggest it's a buying opportunity. But is it?
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector lower today.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the energy industry lower today.
Stocks fall back into the red Friday afternoon as a lag in financial stocks overshadows a push higher by the energy sector.
Markets remained on edge Tuesday as investors wondered whether the Federal Reserve is still intent on raising interest rates this year.
Stocks extend losses by mid-afternoon Tuesday as a sudden decline in IBM shares pressures the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Stocks turn mixed by late morning Tuesday, though pressure remains as crude oil prices slump for a second straight day, pushing the energy sector lower.
Stocks are mixed in choppy trading as the energy sector sells off and investors grow nervous ahead of the Federal Reserve's meeting on Tuesday.
Stocks are mixed on Monday morning as the energy sector sells off ahead of several key earnings reports later this week.
American investors eager to trade Chinese stocks after a dramatic mid-year fall can test them at home without restrictions but with buyer-beware caveats.
The recent rebound in oil appears to have been short-lived.
Stocks are narrowly mixed on Monday as the energy sector sells off on a drop in crude prices.
Stocks are under pressure on Monday, dragged down by the energy sector which is lower on weak Chinese growth and impending Iranian oil on global markets.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector higher today.
Stocks manage to close higher on Wednesday, the day before the unofficial kickoff of third-quarter earnings season.
Stocks extend modest gains mid-afternoon Wednesday after dipping into the red earlier on declining crude oil prices.
It's a very different day of trading for the investor favoring energy stocks compared to those hedging their bets on biotech.
Stocks are mixed on Tuesday afternoon as energy pushes the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher while a biotech selloff weighs on the Nasdaq.
Stocks manage to reverse an earlier selloff on Friday, but the dismal jobs report leaves many investors uneasy.
Stocks pull higher Friday afternoon as the biotech sector stages a minor rally and overshadows a disappointing jobs report earlier in the session.
Wednesday's session feels unusually calm after weeks of extreme moves.
Stocks moves back into the red by late afternoon Wednesday after crude oil closes below $45 a barrel.
Stocks climb on Wednesday as investors embrace the notion that the Federal Reserve is more likely to delay a rate hike. A decision is expected by Thursday afternoon.
Stocks hold onto modest gains Wednesday afternoon after crude oil closes nearly 6% higher.
Weaker U.S. data keeps the hope alive that the Federal Reserve could delay its first rate hike in nearly a decade at its meeting this week.
Stocks extend session highs in the final hour of trading Tuesday as crude oil rebounds after a slump a day earlier.
Wall Street closes the holiday-shortened week with gains, but the week ahead looks to be a rockier road.
Stocks are slightly higher by mid-afternoon Friday as a selloff in the energy sector drags on markets.
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Perhaps now is the time to be greedy when others are fearful; Warren Buffett, who recently took a large stakein oil refiner Phillips 66 would be proud.
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