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The chatter surrounding Halliburton CFO Mark McCollum's appointment as chief executive of Weatherford does not mean a deal between the two companies is imminent—not by a long shot.
Wall Street ends an up-and-down session with mixed results as investors remain jittery over an investigation into the Trump campaign and another slump in crude oil.
Stocks snap a holding pattern to pull lower on Monday afternoon as a crude oil slump weighS on the energy sector.
OPEC production cuts -- or the lack thereof -- remain a focal point.
Fed's rate hike gives markets a midweek boost. In the portfolio, we trim 1 position and add to 3 others.
Stocks extend gains Wednesday after the Federal Reserve opts to raise rates at its March meeting.
Stocks move higher in anticipation of an interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve Wednesday afternoon.
We see the potential for a broader rotation into the energy stocks, given how much they have been beaten down as of late.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Allergan, and says that Caterpillar remains purr-fect for shorting.
After the jobs report, the markets look ahead to the Fed. In the portfolio, we exit a position while adding to 4 others.
With the sector lower again today, we want to pick up some shares in measured fashion at these depressed levels.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer sheds light on Friday's biggest stories and stocks.
An oil inventory glut that has persisted since OPEC decided to cut production pulled oil prices down temporarily Thursday, but the commodity rebounded in the late afternoon.
We intend to nibble at small purchases, keeping in mind that the downward trend could extend in the short-term.
Can SLB regain its winning ways or should we find other names in the energy sector that may look more promising?
Stocks slump Tuesday as a selloff in health care spoils an attempt by the market to push higher.
Jim Cramer is bearish on Advanced Micro Devices and Boeing; prefers EMCOR Group to Chicago Bridge and Iron.
Has the Snap IPO trumped Trump? Cramer says that the focus next week will return to earnings reports and employment data.
Markets retreat late in the week while focusing on the Fed and the Trump administration. We add a tech name to the portfolio.
Jim Cramer is bearish on Southwest Energy, Occidental Petroleum and Ferrellgas Partners.
Changes in our shopping and leisure habits are disrupting stocks like crazy, says Jim Cramer.