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European stocks end mixed Monday with most benchmarks around the region drifting into negative territory amid a massive surge in global oil prices and mounting inflation concerns.
Global oil prices hit the highest level in 18 months after a rare production cut agreement.
CNOOC paid almost five times more than needed for one block, while Chevron, ExxonMobil and Total also coughed up for currently unprofitable deepwater reserves.
A production cut pushes beleaguered producers and services firms higher.
Schlumberger signs an Iranian oil field study agreement, even as President-elect Trump has promised to exit the Iranian nuclear deal.
Brent Crude hit its highest mark since October as OPEC delegates claimed progress at informal talks and analysts said the case for a production cut had strengthened.
Wall Street scores a trifecta of record closes on Monday as a crude oil rally gives stocks an across-the-board boost.
Wall Street is on track for record closes for all the benchmark indices as crude oil resumes its rally.
Miners rally in London, cushioning the FTSE 100 index, but broad weakness weighs.
London stock markets lead as real estate and consumer stocks rise, buoyed by earnings and economic data.
Investors should keep an eye on French stocks, despite a reputation for bureaucracy.
The company has joined the swath of oil and gas producers cutting costs to stave off the effects of a prolonged commodity downturn.
The Spanish oil producer's results benefited from increased production and deeper than expected cost cutting but failed to move its shares.
Wall Street ends a choppy day of trading after crude oil prices see losses accelerate throughout Monday's session.
U.S. stocks hold onto slight gains by midday Monday an earnings-driven jump in utilities offsets a decline in energy.
U.S. stocks rise slightly on Monday as General Electric headlines a busy morning for deal news.
Economic data in France disappoints; Germany and U.K. beat expectations.
Chevron's earnings of 68 cents per share handily beat analysts' estimates, as the company continues to cut costs and become more efficient through a prolonged commodities downturn.
The integrated oil major's upstream segment did worse than some company followers anticipated, but the downstream segment came well ahead of expectations, despite weaker refining margins in the third quarter.
The French oil producer posts its second consecutive quarterly beat on increased production and above-forecast cost cutting.
The integrated oil major said it has discovered between 500 million and 1 billion barrels in one of the most expensive production regions in the world -- and it's offshore.
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.