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Saudi Arabia's oil minister declared Tuesday that he was not at war with shale oil drillers, but it's clear the U.S. industry is still under siege.
Since oil prices cratered, no oil-producing country has eliminated as much production as the U.S. The trend should continue until 2017.
Dividend stocks are beating the S&P 500 this year and usually do when markets are rocky, so it's time to make sure you have a dividend plan.
Whether oil prices are actually close to stabilizing after months of painful declines depends on one wild card factor.
A company specializing in using drones to inspect oil and gas rigs has raised $5.7 million in investment.
Despite the seemingly never-ending saga of low oil, one trader placed a big bet that one area of the energy market could make a major comeback.
With bond yields falling across the globe, investors may be tempted to seek yield in high-dividend stocks. Better careful. Here's why.
Jim Cramer gives his take on various caller favorite stocks, including these two payment services companies.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan discusses Exxon Mobil's performance and plan to grow its dividend amid turmoil in the energy market.
Financial advisor Mitch Goldberg sees a big problem: too much cash, and too few good ideas for where to invest it in the stock market.
Sarah Hunt, Alpine Funds, discusses ConocoPhillips and how to avoid dividend traps when investing in a dividend paying stock.
Stocks closed slightly higher in choppy trading as investors digested economic data and kept an eye on falling oil prices.
Bob Pisani discusses dividend ETFs and the varying amounts of energy exposure.
Early signs of capitulation by oil producers could mean a bottom is getting closer.
The Fast Money Halftime Report team discusses whether more energy companies will cut their dividends and how their stocks will move if they do.
ConocoPhillips slashed its dividend Thursday. Which other companies' dividends are at risk and which ones are safe?
ConocoPhillips posted a wider-than-expected loss, slashing its quarterly dividend by about two-thirds to $0.25 a share. CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses where the "real pain" for energy companies exists right now.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a slightly lower open on Thursday as traders watched oil and the dollar.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
ConocoPhillips on Thursday reported a loss that was larger than analysts' has expected and cut its quarterly dividend.