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Oil inventory data could be as much a factor for stocks as energy markets Wednesday, if the seesaw trade between the two markets continues.
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A defensive stock for a tough market that also thrives as oil declines? Perfect.
Oil price reaches its lowest level since mid-May and the S&P's chairman comments on the record drop in the home price index. Following are the day's top videos:
It all comes down to three important factors, Cramer says.
On Tuesday, oil dropped to its lowest level in nearly 3 months. Find out what esteemed investor Dennis Gartman says is next for commodities.
It just goes to show you, a little attitude never hurts: Stocks clawed back all of the prior session's losses as oil hit its lowest point since May and consumer confidence improved.
The good news is that with the S&P closing at 1260, the lows of 1200 or so a week ago seem like a firmer bottom than a few days ago.
Isn’t it funny that news reports this morning showing that Sen. Harry Reid will in fact allow a drill, drill, drill amendment to come to the Senate floor seem to have triggered a $3 drop in oil to less than $122 a barrel. Is this a coincidence? I don’t think so. More like cause-and-effect.
Oil prices are still abnormally high, and OPEC member nations should not cut supply if they continue to fall as the oil market is now in balance, OPEC President Chakib Khelil said on Tuesday.
In this world, I've long believed that people are either new car/truck buyers, used car/truck buyers, or someone who leases a vehicle. These days, those in that third category are feeling the heat. It's coming from higher interest rates, and being squeezed by the car/truck they are driving.
Royal Dutch Shell declared force majeure on Tuesday on its Nigerian Bonny Light crude oil exports for July to September following an attack by militants on an oil trunk pipeline in the Niger Delta on Monday.
Tuesday has all the makings of another choppy session with little economic data but more fretting about the financial sector and plenty of earnings news.
The American consumer isn’t the only group of people excited about falling gas prices.
Investors are closely watching quarterly reports from Exxon this week to gain new insights into the energy bubble. What will they reveal?
The Dow tumbled on Monday as more credit and housing market turmoil battered financial shares.
JetBlue's chief executive agreed to halve his salary on Monday in a show of solidarity with employees as the low-cost carrier struggles with soaring fuel prices and a slowing U.S. economy.
Stocks declined Monday, led by financials after two more banks folded. Oil ticked higher after three straight weeks of decline, clipping consumer-discretionary stocks, including homebuilders, airlines and retailers.
The recent decline in oil prices is expected to continue amid fresh signs that the rapid runnup in crude prices is curbing demand, particularly in the US, analysts say.