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The final week of July is guaranteed to be one of the busiest of summer. The coming week is packed with potential market movers.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
These are the stocks on the move ahead of the opening bell.
First we had FANG, then briefly had STUB, but which acronym will traders use to describe the recent rally in equities?
Seventy percent of future oil projects are commercially viable with Brent crude at $60 per barrel, up from 50 percent a year ago, says Wood Mackenzie.
The S&P is at a new high, but it has been there all year, once you factor in dividend gains of roughly 2.2 percent.
The online retail giant also hit an all-time intraday high on Monday.
Oil prices are shedding their gains, but Evercore analyst Doug Terreson said it's not time to abandon the big oil trade.
Stewart Glickman, S&P Global Market Intelligence Oil Analyst & Senior Associate Director, discusses his views on the oil market and some names in the space.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that Amazon has overtaken Berkshire Hathaway for fifth place in terms of biggest overall market cap.
Doug Terreson, Evercore ISI Head of Energy Research, discusses his views on big oil names and where the commodity could go from here.
The "Fast Money" traders give their takes on the XLE Energy ETF as it fell during trading alongside a 5% decline in oil.
Crude oil took a severe leg lower on EIA's report, but there's much more than fundamentals fueling the energy story.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Thursday as sharp declines in oil prices weighed. Investors are also looking ahead to the highly-anticipated jobs report.
Oppenheimer & Co senior energy analyst Fadel Gheit, weighs in on oil prices and the supply and demand for oil globally.
Kazakhstan and a group of oil majors led by Chevron approved on Tuesday a $36.8 billion plan to boost production at the Tengiz field.
U.S. stocks closed slightly higher Friday, the first day of the quarter, in a fourth day of gains after the post-Brexit sell-off.
Stephanie Link, TIAA Global Asset Management, and the FMHR traders, discuss Apple versus Microsoft, Amazon versus Wal-Mart, Exxon versus BP and finally Yum versus McDonald's.
Energy stocks were up in the just-ended second quarter, but experts say the rest of the year may not be so smooth.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa looks into which stocks have historically bounced back after big selloffs.