Stocks ConocoPhillips


  • HOUSTON— ConocoPhillips moved to a loss in its first quarter as it dealt with impairment charges and a pension settlement expense. This was better than the loss of $1.07 per share that analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research expected. ConocoPhillips said Thursday that it is lowering its full-year capital expenditures outlook to $5.7 billion from...

  • Investors also are watching for the outcome of policy meetings by the U.S. Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 lost 0.4 percent to 17,276.52. Benchmark U.S. crude oil rose 44 cents to $44.48 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

  • Jeffrey Currie, Goldman Sachs

    Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie says prices may stay low enough for long enough to force big oil to cut dividends.

  • NEW YORK— Stocks finished mostly higher Tuesday in another cautious day of trading. Julian Emanuel, U.S. equities and derivatives strategist for UBS, said investors are waiting to see the results of Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan policy meetings in the next few days. The Fed is expected to leave interest rates unchanged, while the Bank of Japan could take new...

  • NEW YORK— All times local. ConocoPhillips jumped 4 percent Tuesday, while Pioneer Natural Resources climbed 8 percent. Trucking company Ryder System rose 6 percent after reporting results that were better than analysts had expected.

  • Oil flare

    Integrated oil and gas companies face headwinds as upstream production remain under pressure and downstream refinery margins are tightening.

  • An oil transit pipeline runs across the tundra to flow station at the Prudhoe Bay oil field on Alaska's North Slope.

    Independent drillers are pioneering new oil production in Alaska's North Slope and could stem a nearly three-decade output decline.

  • Juneau, Alaska.

    Even after the recent recovery pushing prices to just over $40 per barrel, producing oil in Alaska is solidly a money-losing proposition.

  • Good value or value trap?

    FMHR trader Jon Najarian shares his value picks in energy stocks.

  • PROVIDENCE, R.I.— Rhode Island's $7.5 billion pension fund will vote "no" any time a company in which it invests nominates a slate of corporate board nominees that would cause fewer than 30 percent of directors to be women or racial minorities, the state's treasurer said Wednesday. "Even if little Rhode Island isn't necessarily going to tip the scales in a lot of...

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    Jim Cramer gives his opinion on caller favorite stocks, including these three that he was dead wrong about.

  • Saudi Oil Minister Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi in Doha, Qatar.

    Energy stocks were slightly higher, erasing earlier losses that arose after the world's oil producers' failed meeting in Doha.

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  • Kevin O'Leary's energy plays

    Kevin O'Leary, O'Shares Investments Chairman, looks at strategies in the energy sector.

  • A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of Rio Tinto after spotting unusual options activity.

  • Energy dividends: how sacred is the cow?

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at dividends as the "sacred cow" for energy investments and which companies have been cutting them.

  • The Ocean Princess oil platform, operated by Diamond Offshore Drilling, in the Port of Cromarty Firth in Cromarty, U.K.

    If the worst is over for oil prices and energy stocks, what's the best way to get in on a rebound without getting burned?

  • Pete Najarian

    CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian bought shares of General Motors Thursday for his model portfolio.

  • Exxon

    Top ranked energy analyst Doug Terreson discusses Exxon's future

  • A sign is seen at the entrance of the ExxonMobil Port Allen Lubricants Plant in Port Allen, Louisiana, November 6, 2015.

    It's all about the balance sheet for energy giants hoping to weather the storm of historically low oil prices.