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Oil is the biggest beneficiary of Fed inaction and the subsequent dollar weakness.
A turnaround may be in the sights for the industry but many companies could still look toward divestitures to strengthen their finances and put money in the bank for acquisitions.
Exxon (XOM) is reportedly considering a sale of assets in Norway that could bring in more than $1 billion.
Reports that the agency is investigating Exxon come after a large minority of shareholders backed a proposal seeking to have the company assess climate change policies on its reserves
Exxon Mobil's (XOM) $2.5 billion deal to acquire InterOil (IOC) was approved by InterOil's shareholders on Wednesday.
Exxon Mobil is a conservative company when it comes to its accounting and regulators should spend their time elsewhere, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Exxon Mobil is being probed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over asset values.
Exxon broke up a transaction between InterOil and Oil Search last July that would have resulted in the sale of shared assets in a Papua New Guinean.
Wall Street eyes the Fed's decision on interest rates as Mylan's CEO goes to Capital Hill over the EpiPen.
Exxon Mobil is likely headed lower before it presents a low-risk buying opportunity.
The SEC is reportedly investigating Exxon's (XOM) accounting practices.
The oversupply of crude oil is pushing shares of Chevron and Exxon Mobil lower. Here's how to trade them.
Trump last week discussed his medical history with Dr. Oz and duped the media into broadcasting an endorsement event. Stocks that could prosper under his presidency made similarly odd moves.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Wells Fargo and Warren Buffett.
Wall Street closed out a volatile week with slight losses as the Federal Reserve stays in focus.
Apache may not be alone in drilling for what could be 3 billion barrels of oil.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as crude oil selloff pressures the energy sector and nerves over next week's Federal Reserve meeting peak.
The company may not be alone in drilling for what could be 3 billion barrels of oil.
Stocks fall on Friday as Wall Street eagerly awaits next week's meeting of the Federal Reserve.
Stock futures hold lower on Friday after consumer prices rise more than expected, a sign for the Federal Reserve that inflation trends are moving in the right direction.
Exxon (XOM) stock was lower in pre-market trading on Friday as New York's attorney general reportedly probes its accounting practices.
After agreeing to buy Freeport-McMoRan's deepwater assets, the stock of independent oil producer Anadarko Petroleum is now more dangerous than ever.
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.
Wall Street endured a sharp selloff, giving back all gains seen in a Federal Reserve-inspired rally a day earlier.
Exxon (XOM) stock was trading lower Tuesday afternoon alongside oil prices.
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.
The agency said global crude stockpiles will persist through 2017, but analysts noted Tuesday that U.S. producers will still ramp production if oil hovers above $50 per barrel next year.