It's easy to assume the market's recent turmoil as just "speculative noise." There's good reason why some stocks are getting crushed, says USA Today.» Read More
NEW YORK— Stocks finished mostly higher Friday as they wrapped up a quiet week of trading. The Standard& Poor's 500 index fluctuated early on, but managed to eke out a small gain as telecommunications and financial stocks rose. U.S. markets were closed Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday, and closed at 1 p.m. on Friday.
As Exxon is scrutinized for it's climate change records, many other oil companies could be put scutinized, The New York Times reports.
October was great for most investors, but some unlucky stocks gave investors a real spook. USAToday reports.
Oct 28- U.S. energy companies that hold reserve-based loans have so far reported a net fall of 4.2 percent, or roughly $1.23 billion, in their credit lines. "It looks generally to me like it's sort of kick-the-can-down-the-road approach that's being taken at this point, but that really just pushes the day of reckoning into sort of the first quarter of next year,"...
Even in the midst of a great run for stocks, some names have moved spectacularly in the wrong direction.
The stock market is down 6 percent in the past two weeks. Here are the stocks that are still on top.
HOUSTON, June 29- Petty legal filings. Oilfield services provider Nabors Industries Ltd, for example, counted non-votes from brokers as votes against the proposal. Shale oil company Pioneer Natural Resources Co filed a last-minute counterproposal calling for a higher ownership threshold of 5 percent, which institutional investors say is much harder to...
The crash in oil prices stresses energy balance sheets. Here are 7 big oil companies with high bankruptcy risk based on the Altman Z-score.
As investors gear up for one of the heaviest weeks of the earnings season, a technical trader shares three of his top ideas for the week.
There are 11 CEOs who received raises last year while shares of their companies were among the worst performers. USA Today reports.
Take a look at some of Thursday's early movers:
Exploration and production firms have issued nearly $9 billion in stock this year, well above recent first-quarter totals.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Jim Cramer is watching the oil patch like a hawk and has a few warning signs for what's about to happen.
Big oil stocks are still not cheap, but it may be more useful to look at capital expenditures and production estimate metrics.
The Santa Claus Rally should not be confused with other seasonal phenomena, such as the "Free Lunch" and "January Effect."
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Yellen testifies before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday and if she decides to stop using the weather as an excuse for a down economy, watch out.