Oil prices were poised to end a three-day bull run on Friday, falling as a strong dollar made it more expensive to hold oil positions. » Read More
Halliburton said it cut more than 6,000 jobs in the first quarter and said it would hold its earnings conference call on May 3 instead of April 25.
Jim Cramer is seeing signs of improvement in the global landscape, especially for black gold.
Baker Hughes and Halliburton are in talks to sell more than $7 billion in assets to the Carlyle Group, The WSJ reports.
U.S. oil prices rose over 1 percent as a rally in wider commodities markets encouraged buying ahead of a meeting of oil producers.
Jim Cramer says the rhetoric on business is insane with charge led by Bernie Sanders.
Stephanie Link, managing director at TIAA, scooped up shares of two beaten-down names for her model portfolio on Wednesday.
CNBC's David Faber looks at the Staples/Office Depot antitrust case, the Williams lawsuit against ETE and ETP CEO Kelcy Warren, and whether the Halliburton/Baker Hughes deal will go to court.
If 2015 was a dream year for Wall Street's top dealmakers, 2016 is starting to take a nightmarish turn.
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, provides insight ahead of April 17th's big meeting among major oil producers hoping for an agreement on output freeze, And Croft shares her prediction on oil by year's end.
Jim Cramer discussed the government's ability to revive this range of stocks.
As the U.S. government looks to curb tax inversions these experts discuss the implications of new laws.
Jim Cramer says the bulls should be thanking the Treasury & Justice departments, even if they accidentally sparked a rally.
"Fast Money" Trader Dan Nathan of RiskReversal.com, looks at the trading action on Baker Hughes.
U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday, led by gains in health care and energy, after the release of the Fed meeting minutes.
Discussing how moves like the Treasury's new tax inversion rules could affect mergers and acquisitions going forward with Martin Okner, SHM Corporate Navigators Managing Partner, and Nicholas Fortuna, Partner at Allyn & Fortuna
The U.S. Justice Department is suing to block the merger between Halliburton and Baker Hughes, and the deal between Allergan and Pfizer is dead, reports CNBC's David Faber.
Discussing the Justice Department's suit to block the deal between Baker Hughes and Halliburton, with Brian Uhlmer, GMP Securities.
The Department of Justice is going to sue to block the Baker Hughes and Halliburton merger deal, reports CNBC’s Eamon Javers. The companies believe the DOJ has reached the wrong conclusion and will contest the efforts to block the pending merger.
The US Justice Department is expected to file an antitrust lawsuit as soon as this week.
Futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street, following two straight days of losses for the major averages.