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The S&P 500 closes out Friday with its worst weekly losses since the election.
Stocks fluctuate in the final minutes of trading Friday before ending mixed after House leaders pulls an unpopular health care bill before a crucial vote.
Stocks are mixed on Friday on reports the Republicans' Obamacare repeal and replace bill has been pulled without being voted on.
Oil producers added 21 rigs week-over-week, while gas producers took two rigs offline. Meanwhile, Canadian producers took an astounding 91 rigs offline in the past week.
Stocks are higher on Friday morning as Donald Trump faces his first major test as president: whipping up enough votes to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Stock futures are higher on Friday morning as uncertainty over whether the new White House administration can pass health care reform continues.
The Department of State issued a presidential permit for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
The Obama administration blocked the construction of the 1,200 mile pipeline.
Greenpeace urged Tillerson to recuse himself from any decisions on the pipeline given his former role as CEO of ExxonMobil.
The Trump administration has been more welcoming to the pipeline than the previous administration.
The largest U.S. pipeline company is likely to turnaround and be a great income opportunity.
Jim Cramer says Magellan Midstream will benefit from President Trump's executive order to move forward on the construction of two oil pipeline projects.
It is go time for new oil and gas pipelines, and that is good news for domestic pipe makers.
Housing, oil and other faves are enough to make me break into song.
Get your notepad ready.
Jim Cramer says Schlumberger, Enbridge and TransCanada could be winner's under Trump.
Gross domestic product increased at an annual rate of 3.5% between July and September, the Commerce Department said. That was quicker than the department estimated last month.
Cramer likes PayPal under $40 and has a hunger for Wendy's.
The market's an Energizer bunny and it's been a remarkable five weeks, Cramer says.
The best way to participate in a more pro-fossil fuel environment is to buy pipelines stocks.
Broadly-diversified energy ETFs are often the best option for investors seeking more variation in their portfolios.
Analysts were disappointed by the $15.75 per share offer, which is only 2.9% more than CPPL's stock price last Friday and 31.5% below its IPO price last year.
Shares of Kinder Morgan are scorching hot, up nearly 50% so far in 2016, after being left out in the cold last winter due to a dividend cut.
Kinder Morgan, TransCanada, Enbridge and MGE Energy are power players worth owning.