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TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector lower today.
The market for overseas shipping has been depressed over the past few years due to overcapacity and waning demand.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including downgrades for Western Digital and Abbott Labs. Allergan finds itself on Goldman Sachs' conviction buy list.
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Statoil (STO) stock is retreating along with the price of oil.
Analysts think oil prices will settle back down, maybe even below $40, given record high inventories and not enough demand to sop it all up.
Stocks shook off a dour end to April, springing higher on the first trading day of the new month.
Stocks add to gains on the first trading day in May as gains in the consumer staples sector overshadow another decline in energy.
National Oilwell Varco shares jumped more than 6% in Friday morning trading, adding to a week of more than 20% gains, buoyed by Morgan Stanley's new rating on it.
The oil-and-gas equipment maker's dwindling market cap could signal a hefty discount to industrial players like GE.
China's largest offshore producer of gas and oil is hurting along with the rest of the industry.
Investors bid up Statoil and Total following better-than-expected first-quarter results.
The good news from major European oil companies continues, heaping pressure on Chevron and Exxon Mobil.
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