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Following the OPEC agreement, Jefferies says investors should raise their weightings in the S&P 500 energy sector.
One thing I've learned is that, if the Saudis say it, you'd better take it seriously.
Jim Cramer remains a fan of industrials, transports, banks and domestic oil producers.
Saudis' production reduction provides U.S. drillers an opportunity.
Together, these two would make a fine start to a mid-term oil portfolio.
I am increasingly confident that this meeting of the oil cartel will result in a real production agreement.
XEC has nearly doubled this year but more strong gains look likely.
The technical foundation is in place for higher energy prices.
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.
Apache may need to tap a partner before it gets its hands dirty with a new oil discovery.
Apache may not be alone in drilling for what could be 3 billion barrels of oil.
The company may not be alone in drilling for what could be 3 billion barrels of oil.
The enthusiasm about U.S. recovery in fracked oil is way premature.
EOG Resources' purchase of Yates Petroleum: Are they sure about that?
Energen, Gulfport Energy, Laredo Petroleum, Newfield Exploration, PDC Energy and SM Energy top Williams Capital Group's takeout list.
So this will be your last opportunity to target some great oil companies.
List compiled by Michigan business students has names to sell, avoid or short.
Crude hasn't bottomed despite a weaker dollar and looming producer summit.
Activity in the U.S. was up by 10 rigs as commodity prices approached the $50 per barrel mark, although the Canadian count slipped by 5 rigs.
Oil and gas properties continue to exchange hands at what many think may be the bottom of the downturn.
Time to take a profit from these oil names, and await new entry points.
This game is about the pace and sustainability of a global rebalancing of the oil market.