|Day Low/High||52.02 / 52.27|
|52 Wk Low/High||46.42 / 56.39|
But gloomy sentiment could turn into a good buying opportunity.
Stocks are narrowly mixed on Monday morning in choppy trading ahead of the Federal Reserve's meeting later this week.
BP plc shares surged to a one-month high Friday after a report in London's Evening Standard that ExxonMobil is looking at a takeover bid for the British energy group.
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.
Stocks rise, though are off earlier highs, Thursday morning after the European Central Bank raises its growth forecasts and maintains its loose monetary policy.
U.S. stock futures decline and European stocks trade in the red after oil prices fall below $50 a barrel for the first time since December.
Royal Dutch Shell said Thursday that it will significantly reduce its assets in Canada's controversial oil sands area in the province of Alberta.
Stocks fluctuate on Wednesday as a blowout report on the labor market signals solid jobs gains in February, increasing the chances of a March rate hike.
Stocks are mostly higher on Wednesday morning after a reading on the U.S. labor market blasts past economists' estimates and clocks in at its highest level since April 2014.
Saudi Aramco will assume control of the biggest oil refinery in the U.S. after a $2.2 billion deal with Shell that exits a joint venture in Port Arthur, Texas.
Production in the Kaikias deepwater field will begin in 2019.
Paris and Frankfurt rose but London was hit by worse than expected earnings at HSBC
Weak earnings and ex-dividend dates drove a correction in stock markets across Europe.
This small-cap firm has managed to cut costs and has been a serial buyer.