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Wall Street should expect the unexpected in week three of Trump's America.
The oil infrastructure group could gain 32% over the next year as acquisitions boost earnings per share by 26% annually out to 2020, according to Goldman Sachs.
The president-elect faces big challenge in reversing Obama's ban on drilling in the Arctic and parts of the Atlantic.
Koch Oil Sands Operating cites economic and regulatory uncertainties as the reason it wants out of its Muskwa oil sands project.
Wall Street scored another trifecta of record closes on Tuesday as a rally in the energy and tech sectors drove gains across benchmark indexes.
Stocks trade at new records on Tuesday as rallies in the energy and tech sectors help drive gains.
Stocks trade at new records on Tuesday morning as the energy sector moves higher and the Federal Reserve meets to discuss interest rates.
CNOOC paid almost five times more than needed for one block, while Chevron, ExxonMobil and Total also coughed up for currently unprofitable deepwater reserves.
The integrated oil majors should see some upstream segment improvement despite sequentially flat oil prices, as they put negative one-time factors from the second quarter behind them.
An unexpected loss from the Norwegian producer bodes badly for European oil companies' quarterly reporting season.
Nokia falls 7% as the CFO quits and third-quarter mobile equipment weakness echoes Ericsson woes.