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  • What's next after wild week for stocks? Saturday, 18 Oct 2014 | 8:53 AM ET

    NEW YORK— The stock market needs to see a therapist. Investors seemed buffeted from every corner: Plunging oil prices, signs of a slowdown in Europe and fear of Ebola on the downside; strong corporate earnings and reassuring jobs market figures on the upside. Investors are afraid that Europe could slip into another recession, perhaps deeper than the one it emerged...

  • NEW YORK, Oct 10- Energy shares fell on Friday, extending their recent weakness as crude oil dropped to its lowest level since 2010.. Exxon Mobil Corp fell 0.9 percent to $90.97 while Chevron Corp was down 1.4 percent to $112.90. Halliburton Co slumped 5.5 percent to $54.09 and has lost almost 13 percent this week.

  • "Weakness continues to pervade European economies, and that's leading to some nervousness with how earnings will play out," said Bill Lynch, director of investments at Hinsdale Associates, in Hinsdale, Illinois. Chevron Corp fell 2.9 percent to $114.60 while Exxon Mobil lost 2.8 percent to $91.97. Among specific names, U.S. Steel Corp fell 7.2 percent to $33.95...

  • South China Sea: Lots of oil, lots of uncertainty Thursday, 9 Oct 2014 | 12:56 PM ET
    Coast guard vessels from China (rear) and Vietnam in a disputed part of the South China Sea near China's oil drilling rig, May 14, 2014.

    The area is expected to hold billions of barrels of oil and trillions of cubic feet of gas, but energy firms are tentative about the region.

  • US STOCKS-Energy shares extend recent decline Thursday, 9 Oct 2014 | 10:25 AM ET

    NEW YORK, Oct 9- Energy shares were once against the biggest losers of the day in morning trading on Thursday, continuing a recent trend of weakness amid falling oil prices. Among specific companies, Halliburton Co fell 2.9 percent to $58.66 while Newfield Exploration Co lost 4.1 percent to $32.44. Exxon Mobil lost 1.2 percent to $93.49 and Chevron Corp was down...

  • As market sinks, investors brace for turbulence Thursday, 9 Oct 2014 | 5:16 AM ET

    NEW YORK— The stock market had its worst day of the year Thursday, just 24 hours after recording its best. The stock market hasn't seen day-to-day movements like this since August 2011, when Standard& Poor's downgraded the United States' credit rating. "Investors are not conditioned for this type of market after three good years," said Dean Junkans, chief investment...

  • BUENOS AIRES, Oct 8- Argentina's state-run energy company YPF said on Wednesday it had not struck a confidential natural gas production deal with Russia's Gazprom despite a statement earlier in the day from the industry ministry saying that it had. The ministry had said Cabinet Minister Debora Giorgi received assurances from Gazprom head Alexey Miller in a...

  • The deal with Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Co helps Chevron reduce production risk and gives it more capital to increase drilling in Alberta's Duvernay shale formation, one of North America's largest shale deposits. Chevron's Canadian subsidiary has exploration leases for about 330,000 net acres in the Duvernay shale formation.

  • Oct 6- Chevron Corp said it would sell a 30 percent stake in its Duvernay shale formation assets in Canada to Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Co for $1.5 billion. Chevron's subsidiary, Chevron Canada Ltd, has exploration leases for about 330,000 net acres in the Duvernay shale formation. The deal creates a partnership for appraisal and development of...

  • Cramer's Remix: Don't confuse peaks with top Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 | 7:04 PM ET

    In some ways investing is like mountain climbing. There are peaks as far as the eye can see. Now what?

  • Lightning Round: Starbucks, Exxon & more Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 | 6:57 PM ET

    It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.

  • S&P 500, Nasdaq extend quarterly win streak to seven Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 | 4:39 PM ET
    Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Stocks fell for another session on Tuesday.

  • *1st export of Alaskan crude to South Korea in more than a decade. NEW YORK/ SEOUL, Sept 30- The first U.S. export of Alaskan crude to South Korea in more than a decade set sail at the weekend, according to a company source and shipping data, marking another milestone as booming shale oil output forces domestic drillers to seek new customers.

  • *1st export of Alaskan crude to South Korea in more than a decade. NEW YORK/ SEOUL, Sept 30- The first U.S. export of Alaskan crude to South Korea in more than a decade set sail at the weekend, according to a company source and shipping data, marking another milestone as booming shale oil output forces domestic drillers to seek new customers.

  • Stocks close down on HK protests; data eyed Monday, 29 Sep 2014 | 4:21 PM ET
    Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    U.S. stocks closed lower on Monday despite encouraging economic data as the Hong Kong protests weighed on global markets.

  • *Also tapping oil suppliers in Africa, Europe and Russia. SEOUL, Sept 29- South Korean refiners faced with weak margins want to cut costs by diversifying away from their traditional crude suppliers in the Middle East, and U.S. condensate could be an attractive option now that a long-standing U.S. export ban has been eased.

  • Cramer: Hey good buddy, this trade's for you! Friday, 26 Sep 2014 | 6:35 PM ET

    Cramer is always on the hunt for a long-term theme that can generate returns, regardless of what happens in the world.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 26- U.S. companies are increasingly less optimistic about the business outlook in China, and see growing competition from local rivals who get preferential treatment as a key challenge, a survey showed on Friday.

  • Big Oil likely unfazed by divestments—for now Thursday, 25 Sep 2014 | 12:40 PM ET

    Renewable energy advocates got a boost this week from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, but it's not enough to make the oil and gas industry fret just yet.

  • DETROIT, Sept 24- The U.S. Treasury last year permitted top executives at General Motors Co and Ally Financial Inc to collect "excessive pay" while those companies were part of a taxpayer-funded government loan program, a special inspector general reported on Wednesday. In April, Treasury said it lost $11.2 billion on the $49.5- billion GM bailout.