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Stocks slide on Friday despite better-than-expected earnings from the likes of Microsoft and McDonald's.
The company squeaked out another earnings beat Thursday after markets closed despite revenue declines in all of its operating regions including North America, but analysts are content with the results.
Stock futures slid on Friday despite better-than-expected earnings from the likes of Microsoft and PayPal.
Schlumberger (SLB) reported 2016 third-quarter revenue that was below analysts' estimates.
Schlumberger Limited (NYSE:SLB) today reported results for the third quarter of 2016.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer says it appears that oil services stocks like Halliburton and Schlumberger may have hit a bottom.
The way to play these stocks now is to sit back and wait for a better entry point.
A larger-than-expected crude oil stockpile drawdown saw the commodity soar to one-year highs Wednesday, and with it came an energy industry longing for a comeback.
Jim Cramer said he's confident in Schlumberger, which reports earnings on Thursday.
Schlumberger should do well when it reports its 2016 third quarter earnings after Thursday's market close, says Jim Cramer.
The share price of the oil field services company is unlikely to rise much as its major clients continue to struggle.
Oilfield services executives are likely to come out bullish this week, but investors should note a rebound is not underway until these companies start hiring and spending money on equipment.
Schlumberger (SLB) is set to release its 2016 third quarter earnings after Thursday's closing bell.
Cramer says P&G is a good choice and is disappointed by Bristol-Myers Squibb.
A malaise has once again befallen America, Cramer says.
Investors will get a slew of earnings reports from major companies and a host of Federal Reserve speakers during the week of Oct. 17.
Cramer says his game plan is all about earnings, when the fundamentals control the market.
We took advantage of several down days during the week to add to a recently added position.
Oil prices are stuck in the $50 range, which is why Jim Cramer only likes a few oil stocks.
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Cramer prefers Schlumberger to Chesapeake Energy.
Another busy earnings season gets under way and could be a harbinger for the rest of the year, Cramer says.
We continue to look for places to opportunistically deploy our cash after a luke-warm jobs report failed to provide the market with additional clarity.
Industrial growth in China helped fuel a boom in demand and an eventual supply glut, but the fundamentals may not support a return to prosperity in our lifetime.
From Allergan to Starbucks, these names look promising to TheStreet's Jack Mohr.