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Rising inventories and China’s clampdown on credit—could conditions be turning bearish for the short-term in the oil markets? Tom Petrie, vice chairman at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, shared his views.
Ford plans to add 1,200 jobs when it begins making the Explorer sport-utility vehicle in Chicago, according to Crains Chicago Business.
On Mad Money, that is. Cramer talks up the tycoon about his favorite topic: natural gas.
Cramer explains why a Republican win in Massachusetts could work out well for Wall Street.
Cramer talks to the CEO to find out why this stock is trailing its peers.
The bears say no. Find out what Cramer thinks.
Boone Pickens spent much of the last two years, and $62 million of his fortune, on an advertising and public relations offensive in which he tried to persuade Americans to embrace his Pickens plan. It called for a vast expansion of wind energy to displace natural gas, freeing the natural gas for use in vehicles, thus displacing foreign oil.
Chevron Corporation reported in its interim update late Monday that earnings for the fourth quarter 2009 are expected to be lower than in the third quarter 2009. Upstream earnings are projected to be in line with third quarter results, but downstream results are expected to disappoint due to poor refining margins, writes Stephen Schork.
Mad Money gets some of its best investing ideas from viewers, and this stock is no exception.
Cramer interviews CEO Andrew Littlefair to find out.
As the Detroit Auto Show kicks off, automobile executives shared their perspectives on the economy, vehicle demand and the industry's future.
Volatility has returned. There are a little more than 11 weeks or approximately 60 trading days remaining until the expiration of the NYMEX April contract (the first contract of this year’s refill season), writes Stephen Schork.
With the winter weather in the East expected to linger for the better part of this month, the market’s concern regarding heating oil is the industry’s ability to sate this demand. remains in question, writes Stephen Schork.
Plus, get calls on natural gas, the Warren Buffett-Kraft Foods story and more.
Energy prices were strong yesterday - and who knew so many people in the U.S. burn crude oil to heat their homes, writes Stephen Schork.
If the commodity elbows out crude and becomes America’s favored fuel, then this company could do very well. Then again, if that doesn’t happen…
Read on for one of his favorites in the space.
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The NYMEX sold off hard in the wake of last week’s EIA report. Here at The Schork Report we switched our bias to bearish on the previous session, thus we are pleased. But as we analyze in today’s issue, we are not 100% sure this report is as bearish as Thursday’s price path seemed to indicate, writes Stephen Schork.