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Carrizo Rises on Callon Purchase, but Still Well Below 52-Week High

Carrizo Rises on Callon Purchase, but Still Well Below 52-Week High

Callon shares dropped Monday after the company announced the $3.2 billion purchase.

Rethinking Monetary Policy, Oil Rises and an Amazon Options Rush: Market Recon

Rethinking Monetary Policy, Oil Rises and an Amazon Options Rush: Market Recon

But trading calls and puts in Amazon requires you to know your risk tolerance big-time.

30 Ways the World Is Taking Bold Climate Action

30 Ways the World Is Taking Bold Climate Action

Here are 30 ways countries around the world are responding to climate change while delivering strong economic growth, sustainability and inclusivity.

EQT Higher as Proxy Battle for Gas Giant Ends in Activist Victory

EQT Higher as Proxy Battle for Gas Giant Ends in Activist Victory

The board of EQT, the largest independent U.S. natural gas producer, is expected to meet Wednesday and name Toby Rice president and CEO, ending a nine-month battle for control of the company.

McDermott Spikes After Securing Saudi Aramco Deal

McDermott Spikes After Securing Saudi Aramco Deal

The company has been awarded a contract in excess of $1.5 billion for a Saudi Aramco development project.

Entergy Expected to Earn $1.34 a Share

Entergy Expected to Earn $1.34 a Share

Entergy revenue expected to rise 4.7% to $2.8 billion.

Hess Corp Could Back Up More in the Weeks Ahead

Hess Corp Could Back Up More in the Weeks Ahead

Let's review the charts.

Canada Day 2019: Do You Know The Top Listed Companies?

Canada Day 2019: Do You Know The Top Listed Companies?

Sharing the love on Canada Day. A look at the top publicly traded companies just north of us!

BP Looks Capable of a Rally to $46 and Maybe $47-$48 After That

BP Looks Capable of a Rally to $46 and Maybe $47-$48 After That

Let's check the latest charts and indicators.

Jim Cramer: Why Can't the Oil Stocks Catch a Serious Bid?

Jim Cramer: Why Can't the Oil Stocks Catch a Serious Bid?

There are a whole lot of forces going on in our country to explain this stubborn resistance by the oil stocks to the moves we used to expect.