The options market says buy this oil player
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, CNBC looked for the most statistically oversold stocks in the energy sector.
It's been a big year for oil. Will it continue into next year? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
CNBC PRO used fundamental analysis to find the energy stocks that could be ready to pop in 2017.
U.S. equities fell as recent election news and a Fed meeting sent jitters through the market.
The Dow and S&P extended their slide to three months, while the Nasdaq snapped a three-month winning streak.
The presidential election's final days could present new headwinds for markets and overshadow the Fed meeting and the October jobs report.
The energy sector was the best performing group in the S&P 500 on Wednesday, gaining nearly 2 percent in intraday trade.
"Power Lunch" hosts Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Brian Sullivan look at 4 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Chipotle, Newfield Exploration Co. and more.
Mike Kelly, Seaport Global Securities Managing Director and Senior Research Analyst, discusses the moves in the oil market and the effect on exploration and production stocks.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan takes a look at those companies than can remain profitable with $40 oil.
Kyle Cooper, Ion Energy Group, and Kyle Coopery,Seaport Global Securities, share their views on the oil industry.
Oil companies can take four key steps to ride out $40 crude prices.
That gap in price forecasts is important. If an investor believes oil prices will peak next year, the case for buying into energy stocks becomes more urgent.
Oil surged Monday and this could make it go higher, RBC Capital Markets' Helima Croft says.
Shares of Chesapeake gained more than 10 percent in early trading.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Alphabet, Under Armour, Southwestern Energy and more.
Is it time to trust the recent rally? CNBC's Dom Chu takes a look at stock names that might be able to hold onto some of the recent gains.
Oil drillers have created a gusher of new stock offerings in an effort to protect their balance sheets from the bust in crude.