|Day Low/High||11.88 / 12.63|
|52 Wk Low/High||10.05 / 22.85|
In trading on Thursday, shares of Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $12.25 per share.
May kicks off with a busy first week filled with earnings, monetary policy and a snapshot of the health of the economy.
It's no secret that the Fed intends to remain on its current trajectory of tightening monetary policy.
U.S. stock futures are posting modest gains Monday after congressional negotiators reach a deal to avert a government shutdown.
President Trump's executive order to expand offshore drilling may be a long-term positive for a beaten down industry, but it's not a near-term solution.
This fleet sale is a bet on its deep-water expertise, and could pay off large with higher oil prices.
Investing in oil services stocks remains challenging, as crude oil is downgraded to negative on its weekly chart, as shares of Diamond Offshore, McDermott, Noble and Transocean slide lower.
Fragrance and cosmetics company Coty will soon be adding a woman to its board of directors, reducing the number of S&P 500 companies without women in the boardroom to four.
Relaxing Dodd-Frank could unleash a wave of increased dividends and share buybacks across the financial sector.
Investing in oil services stocks continues to be challenging, but picking the right name can be helped by studying technical charts.
The surprise victory of President-elect Trump will usher in new pro-growth, pro-business policies and that will be a boon for Devon Energy, Diamond Offshore and Wells Fargo bonds.
Devon Energy, Diamond Offshore and Wells Fargo bonds will benefit from the new fixed income and regulatory environments.
Transocean shares rose on Wednesday and were the top performer among S&P energy stocks
Investing in oil services stocks remains a challenge even as the price of crude oil rises. Here's how to trade them based on charts.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including upgrades for Eli Lilly, Regeneron and GE, and downgrades for Nordstrom, Coca-Cola, Apache and Duke Energy.
Oil-services stocks have mixed performance against crude oil.
Companies that marked turnarounds -- for better or worse -- last week.
Many potential Cabinet members may think twice before giving up board positions that come with lucrative pay.
Crude oil set a new 2016 high in October, as Diamond Offshore, Noble, Transocean and Tidewater continued to trade lower.
Diamond Offshore (DO) reported third-quarter revenue below analysts' projections.
Industry followers continue to see M&A as a way to fuel a turnaround for the beaten down space, and are now looking for first movers with oil above $50.