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After a busy Thursday, markets look forward to economic data and the Fed meeting next week. In the portfolio, we dropped a tech stock and added a healthcare name.
Thursday seemed a lot scarier earlier in the week than it does now.
We view the decline as disconnected from the company's story and view shares as attractive here.
From Amazon to Walt Disney Co., I hold these names or want to buy them on dips.
Stocks start to recover from recent setbacks. Portfolio moves include a tech-stock downgrade.
West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures were surging Thursday after the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported a larger-than-expected draw in domestic crude oil inventories.
A look at developments the oil markets and what they mean for our portfolio positions in the sector.
Markets rebound amid headlines about oil, Trump and other news. Portfolio moves include an airline downgrade.
Fundamentals are strong and even oil names bounced back.
Closing out our exposure to APA for now, but we only anticipate being on the sidelines until another opportunity presents itself.
Investors are focusing on the most-important economic and market topics rather than drowning in uncertainty over the proposed budget.
The anomalies tell me there is little rationality to the prices of oil and oil service companies right now.
The Saudi minister said that a new oil output deal would be similar to the previous pact with minor changes.
As part of the 2015 Paris Agreement, the U.S. pledged to reduce its emissions by between 26% and 28% from 2005 levels by 2025.
It has been very focused and centralized in a small group of stocks.
From Apache to Schlumberger, this is how Cramer suggests playing in the oil patch.
Markets start to recover from one really bad day amid more political turmoil. Portfolio moves include initiating a position in an ETF.
The farm and construction equipment maker's shares jump 7% in pre-open trade.
U.S. stock futures and global shares are higher as investors looked to recoup losses from a week that saw volatility rise amid turmoil in the Trump White House.
The escalating prices come as Jeff Miller prepares to become the 98-year-old company's CEO next month, taking over from Dave Lesar, CEO since 2000.
The move illustrates expanding fueling options for Mexico after a 2013 ruling on energy reform ended the national oil company Pemex's monopoly on the fuel market.
Protesters from the United Mine Workers demanded Consol Energy adhere to benefit promises it made to employees.
European stocks edged higher again Tuesday, with fresh record highs in Britain and Germany, as investors continue to extend a global equity market rally amid improving economic data.
Energy Transfer Partner's Sunoco Logistics will close a 12-inch pipeline that runs from two terminals in the eastern part Pennsylvania.
The Department of Energy estimated today that supply would grow by 122,000 barrels a day in June in the country's shale basins.
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