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Schlumberger is trading back at levels last seen when oil traded at far lower prices.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined by 125 points on Monday.
China's latest round of sanctions is about to make the pain real for many energy names.
We're looking to lower our cost basis on our petroleum holdings, but aren't buying more FB just yet.
Markets edged higher in what was a busy week from both a political and economic perspective.
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These are the names for investors to consider in what will likely be a volatile August.
Jim breaks down Apple's terrific earnings report, talks oil and discusses several other AAP stocks!
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What we expect from Energy Recovery next week and a review of recent company news.
Take a look at Micron Technology, Intel and Lam Research on this heat in semiconductors.
We are taking some profits in PEP to fund our purchase of SLB. Plus, updates on FB, PYPL and RTN.
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Jim Cramer says tariffs and trade could be tough on some stocks, but he's optimistic about earnings season.
The quality of stock performance is once again important.
Stocks moved up this week as earnings season got underway and investors shrugged off more trade war threats from President Trump.
A new positive cycle for the beleaguered oil field services industry could release the pent-up value in Schlumberger.
Shares had risen earlier in the day, bolstered by restructuring progress and a recovery in international markets revenue.
Stocks ended little changed Friday, shrugging off the latest tough trade talk from President Trump.
SLB doesn't look like it has much downside risk, but it may not be a mover in the near term.
SLB has continued its pattern of higher lows from November to December to early April, June and now in July.
At roughly $70 a barrel, NYSE trader Kenny Polcari, a managing director at O'Neil Securities, thinks oil is "fairly priced."
The company is looking favorably upon international markets in the coming months as the turnaround of the drilling industry starts to take hold.
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