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The oil giant reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly earnings loss but beat estimates on revenue.
U.S. stocks closed lower as health care stocks weighed, but the major averages pared losses significantly for the Dow and S&P to post monthly gains.
Stewart Glickman, S&P Global Market Intelligence Energy Equity Analyst, and Kyle Cooper, ION Energy Group Consultant, discuss the oil market and big players in the space.
Western Digital sare are "looking ugly" after earnings, and Exxon and Chevron reported earnings both beating on revenues, with John Spallanzani, GFI Group, and the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders.
Discussing Exxon Mobil and Chevron earnings, after Exxon reported a quarterly earnings and revenue beat, and Chevron reported a mixed report, with Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James.
Valeant has resumed trading after halting for a board announcement, reports CNBC's David Faber. Valeant CEO Michael Pearson will step down, and former Perrigo CEO Joe Papa will lead the company.
CNBC's Bob Pisani is eyeing Valeant's halted stock as the company announces nominees for its board, and what's coming out of energy earnings.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat to slightly lower open on Friday morning, following hefty losses on Thursday, as traders eyed earnings and data.
Anish Kapadia, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Company, breaks down Exxon's quarterly numbers, which posted EPS of $0.43 on revenues of $48.707 billion, and shares his outlook on the company.
Exxon and Chevron report before the bell but can the top two oil producers in the U.S. ride out the downturn in oil as the number of puts on the stock - betting the price will go down - rises.
Exxon Mobil wants to prove to investors that it can withstand the challenge of lower oil prices, explains Destination Wealth Management's Michael Yoshikami.
Scotia Howard Weil's Blake Fernandez says the two oil majors could deliver upbeat earnings, and debates the feasibility of Exxon's dividend program.
Stocks head into the last day of April in a cranky mood, but May might not be the time for a shakeout.
Potential market cap swings with Exxon and Chevron with CNBC contributor Mike Khouw.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at how the markets are faring during the day after earnings from Facebook and looking ahead to LinkedIn's.
Jim Cramer sees a new market that he's never seen before, thanks to the Fed remaining on hold.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer sees a new market that he's never seen before, thanks to the Fed remaining on hold. Here's what to expect for your portfolio.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports the latest market conditions with technology and energy.
Net adjusted profit of $1.6 billion fell 37 percent compared with the same quarter in 2015.
Standard and Poor's downgraded ExxonMobil's credit rating from AAA to AA+ because of expectations of continuing low oil prices.