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Teekay LNG prices follow-on offering of $3.5 million units at $24.40 apiece
Tanker ship owner Teekay Corp. falls to 3rd-quarter loss on downturn in oil demand
Higher oil prices and China's emergence as a steel producer have triggered a shipping boom.
We asked users of TheStreet which tanker stock they thought was poised to outperform the sector. The winner, by a landslide, was Nordic American Tanker.
Teekay Offshore Partners to buy Petrojarl Varg FPSO for $320 million
Diana Shipping President Anastassis "Stacey" Margaronis sits down with TheStreet.com for a wide-ranging interview.
Shipping company executives -- including many of the Dry Bulk ilk -- used their annual New York conference to commiserate, and hunt for funding.
A conference in New York this week brings together an A-list crowd of shipping company execs -- and the bankers who hope to sell them.
Teekay shares rise on better-than-expected fourth-quarter results, analyst's cautious optimism
Shipping stocks rise on better-than-expected earnings from Excel Maritime Carriers.
Excel Maritime announces loan restructuring and a $45 million equity infusion and sets a date for its financial reports.
Teekay LNG is offering 4,000,000 common units at $17.60 per unit.
Shipping stocks are mixed amid rising oil and positive earnings data from Star Bulk Carriers.
Shipping stocks are off to a strong start, with Star Bulk Carriers leading the group ahead of its quarterly earnings report.
Teekay and Merrill Lynch are teaming up with Merrill Lynch to convert the S/S Arctic Spirit into a floating natural gas plant.
Cramer told viewers he does not want to be anywhere near a casino company.
It's hard to call a bottom in the Dry Bulk index, but these stocks are worth checking out.
These are the latest stocks to reward investors with a raised dividend the week ended Oct. 7.
The electric motors manufacturer rises on positive earnings news.
Chesapeake's results and rhetoric hint at more bullish times for the space.
With demand for oil outstripping supply, prices of alternatives like uranium are likely to rise.
Shares surge after British retailer Signet confirms merger talks with the jewelry company.
Metal miners and steel makers have fallen closer to levels where they would be worth a buy.
Rising yields in 2006 will keep shares in these two already vulnerable sectors under pressure.
Fanciful surges in loss-makers Myogen and 8X8 won't signal a threat to the bull until they spread.
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