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Trade-Ideas LLC identified Valero Energy (VLO) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
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Phillips 66 (PSX) and other oil refinery stocks are declining after the U.S. government granted only two energy companies permission to export oil to foreign buyers.
Valero Energy (VLO) fell Wednesday after President Barack Obama's administration granted permission for two U.S. energy companies to export condensate, an ultralight type of crude oil.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Valero Energy (VLO) as a pre-market laggard candidate
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector higher today.
The trading panel discussed whether the U.S. should release some of its oil reserves and which stocks to buy if it does.
Citigroup adds Valero (VLO) to the US Focus list, reiterating its 'buy' rating and $63 target price.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the energy industry lower today.
Cramer prefers Royal Bank of Scotland to the Bank of Ireland and likes Valero Energy.
Growth is once again in fashion, Cramer says.
Stocks with insider trader activity include Z, VLO and HUM
The Tactical Energy portfolio is built for the entire market cycle.
Stocks with insider trader activity include EMR, VLO and DAL
Bob Lang explains how the implied correlation index can indicate whether stocks will move on their own merit or because of the market's influence.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector lower today.
Valero Energy (VLO) was upgraded to 'outperform' from 'perform' at Oppenheimer.
Cramer does not like Plug Power but he wants Old Republic International.
Investors are just as likely to lose money as they are to make money on any given day, and there are a host of good reasons why, Cramer says.
The mild 2014 hurricane season forecast should give refinery investors pause as inventories are high and expected peak summer driving is down.
Continued strong global gas prices are being met with relatively weak domestic crude prices, and TheStreet's Dan Dicker explains why this is good for the refiners but bad for U.S. drivers.
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