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Oil bounces back, German producer price data point to a continued low inflation outlook.
Oil prices fall, taking shares in the sector down with them, while German producer price data point to a continued low inflation outlook.
Wall Street closed out a volatile week with slight losses as the Federal Reserve stays in focus.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as crude oil selloff pressures the energy sector and nerves over next week's Federal Reserve meeting peak.
A selloff in crude oil punished the energy sector and fueled a dour mood on Wall Street, with stocks giving back all the gains achieved earlier in the week.
Total (TOT) is reportedly mulling the sale of a portion of its stake in a Norwegian oilfield.
Stocks trade at session lows Tuesday afternoon as a sharp selloff in crude oil punishes the energy sector.
Stock losses escalate on Tuesday after a massive rally a day earlier inspired by dovish comments from officials at the Federal Reserve and as oil prices slumped.
U.S. stocks suffered from a sharp selloff to end the week as chances of a September hike increased.
U.S. stocks ended August on a dour note as crude oil endured another selloff.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Barracuda, Fortinet and McDonald's, and a downgrade for Imperva.
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The new CEO announces a strategic review in the wake of falling earnings.
A massive rally in crude oil and a better-than-expected quarterly performance from the retail space helped to drive the S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq to new highs on Thursday.
Stocks hold at highs by mid-afternoon Thursday as a series of positive earnings from retail companies pull Wall Street out of its recent rut.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average snapped a seven-day losing streak. But only by a hair.
Stocks build upon slight gains by mid-afternoon Wednesday as a crude rally energizes oil stocks.
Another sharp decline in crude oil pulled the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average lower in a mixed start to the new month.
Crude oil was deadweight for Wall Street on Monday as continued worries over an international supply glut kept commodity traders bearish.
The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average extend their declines by early afternoon Monday as crude oil prices threaten to break below $40.
Stocks turn higher by late morning Monday as a rally in health care names outweighs losses in the energy sector.
Profit of $2.2 billion was 14% ahead of expectations as the French oil group cut costs and maintained refining margins.
The oil group's $1 billion profit lags forecasts by more than half after BG integration costs and a huge upstream miss.
CEO Dudley says the oil company can draw a line under the Deepwater Horizon disaster and sees no further significant liabilities.
Three of the largest companies in the world are Chinese, according to the magazine's annual report, but American companies increased their share of the world's largest companies by revenue.
Every energy portfolio needs a core holding of solid dividend-producing majors.