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Earnings season could break the stock market's bear run, despite the oil slick that continues to trip up stocks.
You can’t turn around without hearing the S&P 500 printed 2,000, again, making another record. Can stocks possibly go higher?
After Kinder Morgan's large consolidation transaction on Monday, who are the next candidates? Mark Easterbrook, BP Capital Fund Advisors, provides perspective.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan breaks down the $71 billion, including debt, energy deal by Kinder Morgan.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis outlines the $44 billion consolidation deal by Kinder Morgan; and FMHR trader Pete Najarian calls out unusual activity in the stock from June.
Kinder Morgan is consolidating its subsidiaries into one company in a $44 billion dollar cash & stock deal. Its Chairman and CEO Richard Kinder, provides insight to why the transaction is good for shareholders.
Kinder Morgan is consolidating all of its publicly traded units into one company. CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer break down the $44 billion cash & stock transaction.
Kinder Morgan is bringing its units under one roof in a $70 billion deal that reshapes the oil and gas pipeline company.
Cramer thinks now is a good time to look at companies that have rallied post quarter, and then determine which could have more upside.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to Kinder Morgan's CEO Rich Kinder about the company's strong quarter, and the future of global energy.
Jill Cuniff, Edge Asset Management, explains why energy stocks like Kinder Morgan and Union Pacific have room to go higher.
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners will buy natural gas pipeline operator Copano Energy for $3.22 billion to tap into growing demand for infrastructure in Texas and Oklahoma.
Phillips 66 confirmed that the region's second-largest refinery, the 238,000 barrel-per-day Bayway plant in New Jersey, would likely be shut for another two to three weeks as repairs are carried out, primarily on electrical equipment damaged by saltwater, as Reuters reported earlier.
But the outlook for supplies dimmed as Phillips 66 confirmed that the region's second-largest refinery, the 238,000 barrel-per-day Bayway plant in New Jersey, would likely be shut for another two to three weeks as repairs are carried out, primarily on electrical equipment damaged by saltwater, as Reuters reported earlier.
*Supply worries remain in New York, New Jersey. More supplies arrived in the New York and New Jersey region aboard barges and restarted pipelines. There was no word on progress at two idled New Jersey refineries, which account for a quarter of the region's capacity.
Supplies were arriving in the New York and New Jersey region aboard barges and restarted pipelines, but there were still long lines at gasoline stations, some struggling with depleted inventories and power outages.
*Colonial Pipeline: commercial power restored at Linden. *Fuel shortages remain in New York and New Jersey. Commercial power was restored at Colonial Pipeline's key terminal in Linden and the company was delivering to seven terminals on Sunday out of the 20 connected to the facility.
*Colonial Pipeline: commercial power restored at Linden. *Fuel shortages remain in New York and New Jersey. NuStar Energy LP, whose Linden terminal had sustained severe damages after Sandy, said it hoped to restore pipeline and barge deliveries ``very soon.''.
*Fuel shortages remain in New York and New Jersey. NEW YORK, Nov 4- More fuel terminals came back online in the New York harbor network on Sunday as mainline power was restored nearly a week after super storm Sandy, but gasoline shortages persisted and some major facilities remained idle.
Nov 4- Energy companies in New York and New Jersey brought more facilities online after commercial power was restored on Sunday but fuel shortages continued to trouble the region with some facilities still offline nearly a week after Hurricane Sandy hit the U.S.