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A look at Linn Energy's potential deal to acquire Berry Petroleum, with CNBC's David Faber. Analysts say the SEC inquiry into Linn could delay the deal.
It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
The recent sell-off was so sharp, Cramer thinks some stocks are already oversold.
Why Ingram Micro and Linn Energy are bargain stocks, with Mark Travis, Intrepid Capital Funds, and Darren Schuringa, Yorkville Capital Management.
This energy company was hammered on Monday after a report hinted that the stock's distribution might be in danger. "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer decided to take advantage of the weakness.
Linn Energy CEO Mark Ellis discusses the latest quarter, the oil and gas industry, and what's ahead for the company.
With debt cheap and plenty of cash on the books, companies are primed to make deals when they are good and ready.
The Mad Money host was talking about the 12th largest independent oil and gas exploration and production company.
Stocks pared their losses in the final hour of trading Thursday to close off their lows, with the S&P 500 clawing back above the widely-watched 1,500 level.
Oil and gas producer Linn Energy said it would buy Berry Petroleum in an all-stock deal valued at $4.3 billion including debt, giving it more exposure to lucrative liquids that will help it raise production by 30 percent.
U.S. stock index futures continued to trade in negative territory Thursday, a day after the S&P 500 logged its worst one-day selloff in 2013, following a disappointing jobless claims report and as consumer price index remained unchanged in January.
TheStreet.com details stocks from the energy patch worthy of consideration.
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HOUSTON-- Linn Energy LLC posted a $430 million loss for the third quarter on Thursday because of losses from commodity derivatives intended to reduce fluctuations in cash flow. The company said that without the hedging losses, it would have earned $89.8 million, or 45 cents per share.
NEW YORK-- Shares of LinnCo LLC, a subsidiary of oil and natural gas developer Linn Energy LLC, rose nearly 4 percent in its first day of trading on the Nasdaq. The Houston company raised about $1.1 billion in its initial public stock offering, selling 30.3 million shares for $36.50 each. Trading under the "LNCO" symbol, shares added $1.30 to $37.80 in afternoon trading.
Oct 12- Shares of LinnCo LLC, a company set up to buy a stake in U.S. oil and gas producer Linn Energy LLC, rose as much as 3 percent on their debut, a day after the company priced its offering at $36.50 per share.
Oct 12- Linn Co LLC:.
Oct 11- LinnCo LLC, an affiliate of oil and gas company Linn Energy LLC, priced its initial public offering at $36.50 each, raising about $1.10 billion, an underwriter said. LinnCo said it will use the proceeds to buy as many units from Linn Energy as the number of shares it sold in the IPO. Linn Energy, in turn, intends to use the proceeds to repay debt.
*LinnCo LLC prices IPO of 30.25 million common shares at $36.50 per.