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  • Confused yet? Stocks rallying worldwide, but off their highs, as China denying it is reviewing its holding of euro sovereign bonds, while Spain won parliamentary backing for an austerity budget (by a single vote!). Few believe this...

  • The logos of Transocean and BP Plc are seen on the derrick of the Development Driller III, which is drilling the relief well at the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

    Transocean’s corporate motto is “We’re never out of our depth.” But after last month’s fatal explosion on a Transocean oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, that assertion is open to question.

  • Should you position for a market that’s about to climb or is there a whole lot more selling to come?

  • It appears some of the energy companies called to Capital Hill may actually benefit from being grilled by lawmakers.

  • Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow's best trades, right now!

  • The massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has negatively impacted the shares of the companies involved. Will it have a direct effect on crude oil prices? Jason Gammel, managing director of research at Macquarie, and Fadel Gheit, managing director and senior analyst at Oppenheimer, offered CNBC their insights—and stock calls.

  • A clean-up worker laying booms beside a fragile wetlands near the town of Venice that is in the path of the oil spill that is creeping towards the coast of Louisiana.

    As  fears mount that the leak from a seabed oil well could spiral out of control, the White House said President Obama would tour the area “in the next 48 hours,” The New York Times reports.

  • Spills, investigations, and reputational risk: Several companies in 3 different areas (energy, financials and coal) are experiencing problems Friday.

  • On the heels of the Napolitano press conference, in which the Homeland Secretary said the Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico was of "national significance," energy stocks have come off their highs, and several are in negative territory.

  • For the second day in a row, investors barreled into stocks as a weaker dollar drove commodity prices higher.

  • With a weak dollar, an OPEC meeting and the potential of higher demand, how should you trade oil?

  • On Tuesday investors were trying to make sense of the market after gold burst through the psychologically important $1000 level but stocks continued to climb.

  • Fortune

    For the first time, Fortune opened its 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list to businesses around the world (if they trade on a U.S. exchange and file quarterly reports)—a change that landed Canada's Research in Motion in the No. 1 spot and two Chinese companies in the top 10.

  • For the first time, Fortune opened its 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list to businesses around the world (if they trade on a U.S. exchange and file quarterly reports)—a change that landed Canada's Research in Motion in the No. 1 spot and two Chinese companies in the top 10.

  • The oil services sector was the top gainer in the S&P for the first half of 2009, and Stephen Gengaro, managing director of Jefferies, said the sector will continue to be a good bet in the second half.

  • While Adrian Day, chairman and CEO of Adrian Day Asset Management, said the short term play could be risky, John Licata, chieft investment strategist at Blue Phoenix, said it indicates a good buying opportunity. (See Licata's stock picks below)

  • As December begins, the stock market remains perched precariously between horrible economic news and continued announcements of more loan facilities and an expanding Fed balance sheet.

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    The seemingly endless surge in energy prices is lightening wallets at gas stations, but it's also a potential bonanza for investors.

  • Most business news this week took a back seat to oil's relentless climb, but there were still some notable moments. And CNBC guests had plenty of stocks to recommend for worried investors.

  • The most energetic sector in business is energy.  But where does an investor go for bargains? Shawn Reynolds of Van Eck Global has some suggestions -- and a special selection for CNBC.com.