The CNBC IQ100 index beating the broader market over one year, up 24 percent. Among today's top gainers Nabors Industries, Target, Unitedhealth and Baker Hughes.
The CNBC iq100 index beating the broader market over one year up seventeen percent. Among today's top gainers Target, Baker Hughes, Nabors Industries, Exxon Mobil and Medlife.
The CNBC iq100 index it tracks big cap companies that get most of their revenue from their own intellectual property. Some of today's leaders include Western Digital, DXC Technology, Bank of America and Broadcom. On the down side, Baker Hughes hitting a low not seen since April 2009.
The new CEO said he has met with 100 investors to get their views on the company as he begins a deep-dive into GE's different businesses.
Today's leaders of the iQ100 include Nabors Industries, Bank of America, Baker Hughes, Dupont and Target.
Oil prices edged higher in volatile trading on Friday.
Lorenzo Simonelli, Baker Hughes (GE) CEO, talks the company's merger with General Electric.
Oil prices declined, adding to heavy losses at the end of last week on the back of high drilling activity in the United States.
Halliburton is in late-stage talks to acquire a U.S. oilfield equipment supplier backed by Oklahoma energy and banking billionaire George Kaiser.
Trian Partners, which has a $2 billion stake in GE, is said to be optimistic about its new CEO.
Many analysts are still forecasting average oil prices of $60 this year. It is now abundantly clear that is not going to happen.
Oil rose on Monday, after futures traders increased their bets on a renewed price upswing even though physical markets remain bloated.
Oil prices fell on signs of resurgent Libyan output and concerns that production cuts by exporting nations won't be enough to drain a glut.
Oil prices slipped on Monday as further increases in U.S. drilling activity undercut an OPEC-led push to tighten supply.
Oil rose more than 3 percent on Monday after Saudi Arabia and Russia said supply cuts needed to last into 2018.
Oil prices gave up gains as the market weighed comments about prolonging output cuts against a one-year recovery in U.S. drilling.
Orders for long-lasting factory goods were forecast to increase 1.2 percent in March, after rising 1.7 percent a month earlier.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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Oil prices fell as investors made record cuts to bets on rising prices after US drilling data fed concerns about the effectiveness of OPEC-led production cuts.