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While the barons of buybacks are spinning in place, the dividend divas are surging. Here are the two reasons why.
U.S. stocks closed higher Friday, shaking off pressure from low oil prices, after encouraging data on domestic employment and manufacturing.
Kevin O'Leary, O'Shares Investments Chairman, looks at strategies in the energy sector.
Stocks rose and the dollar weakened on Yellen's speech.
It's difficult to keep the bottom line moving higher as the economic recovery and bull market age, reports USA Today.
U.S. stocks closed slightly higher in low volume trade Monday, steadying after five straight weeks of gains.
U.S. stocks closed mixed in low volume trade, mostly shaking off a decline in oil prices ahead of the Federal Reserve's meeting later in the week.
CNBC's Michael Santoli explains how investors may turn to dividend-paying U.S. stocks because of the lack of yield in any other asset in the world.
After oil extended its climb, traders debated whether some energy companies could get by with the commodity at current levels.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Friday as oil prices rose and investors took a more positive view of Thursday's European Central Bank announcements on stimulus.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Paul Sankey, Wolfe Research senior oil analyst, compares the trade on Chevron versus Exxon after upgrading Chevron; and the FMHR traders provide perspective on big oil stocks.
U.S. stocks closed higher in low volume trade Wednesday, helped by a rise in oil prices, as investors awaited Thursday's European Central Bank decision on monetary policy.
Despite a few days of stock gains, investors should still ride the brakes when it comes to certain investments, experts told CNBC.
The liquefied natural gas market (LNG) has a big problem: supply may outstrip demand for rest of the decade, an analyst warns.
Chevron CEO John Watson joined CNBC to discuss the energy market and its latest endeavor.
This is what investors have to look out for when evaluating the sustainability of an energy company's dividend, according to an analyst.
Here is the full, uncut interview with John Watson, chairman and CEO of Chevron.
John Watson, Chevron chairman & CEO, joins Closing Bell to discuss dividends, spending cuts, and all aspects of his business.
Discussing his top picks in energy and how investors should look at the sector with Brian Youngberg, Oil & Gas Analyst at Edward Jones.