Crude prices dipping back down to three-month lows could be a huge drag on energy earnings for the rest of the year.
European markets closed higher on Tuesday as traders digested another slew of earnings and oil prices weighed.
Wall Street looked set to open narrowly mixed on Tuesday, amid a slew of Dow component earnings reports and ahead of major central bank meetings.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
RefOil giant BP starts the week of big oil result reporting that refining margins were the weakest for a second quarter in six years.
Anish Kapadia, managing director & senior research analyst at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. International, talks about the prospects for BP.
As BP puts the 2010 oil spill behind them, the energy giant can now start to act like a regular oil company says Jason Gammel, Jefferies equities analyst, when commenting on its earnings.
European stocks closed largely lower on Friday, following a terror attack in France that killed at least 84 people.
U.S. stock indexes futures traded higher Friday after better-than-expected retail sales.
European stocks closed mostly lower on Wednesday as equity markets struggled to hold gains, despite hopes of further monetary easing around the world.
Doug Terreson, Evercore ISI Head of Energy Research, discusses his views on big oil names and where the commodity could go from here.
European stocks soared to close sharply higher on Friday, after investors cheered on the news that the U.S. had created 287,000 jobs during the month of June.
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.
European fund manager sees buying opportunities amid the sell-off.
Oil prices settled lower Friday after Britain's vote to leave the European Union spurred massive risk aversion and a rally in the U.S. dollar.
Companies and people are issuing statements about the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union. We've got the latest list.
With just one day to go until the referendum on its EU membership, it's make your mind up time for people in the U.K.
European markets opened higher on Friday, on the back of a positive trading session in Asia and a tick-up in oil prices.
European stocks closed lower as markets digested the latest monetary policy decisions from the U.S. Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan (BOJ) and remained on edge over the Brexit referendum.
If Britain exits the EU, investors will turn to U.S. currency, debt markets and equity markets as safe havens, Stephen Guilfoyle says.