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By many measures, the US oil industry is having a great year: record output, better pricing and less regulation. But no one is celebrating.
Spiegel converted and sold about 1.5 million shares at $16.66 to $17.63 per share.
Investors dumped shares and drove to the safety of the yen and gold on Monday amid fears of a global trade war.
The benchmark has rallied right back up to a level that would be a logical place for it to stall.
Amid fears of possible trade wars, one hedge-fund manager suggests putting your money into bitcoin to protect it.
President Trump says he is a champion of manufacturing, but his steel tariff plan is worrying Wall Street.
Exxon has tumbled more than 10 percent this year amid a rough patch for the energy sector, but one analyst sees double-digit gains ahead.
History suggests President Trump's possible trade war will be anything but "easy to win,' says CNBC's Ron Insana
RBC Capital Market reduces its sales and earnings estimates for McDonald's.
Investors worried about a potential trade war should look at Boeing and Raytheon as their trade-war exposure is low, Tom Lee says.
In refusing to answer whether all U.S. trading partners would be affected by the Trump tariffs, Ross said: "Let's assume that to be the case."
Companies will buy back a record amount of their own shares, with nearly half funded with the windfall from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
A top U.S. bank CEO tells CNBC that Trump's tariff plan will have "global repercussions."
Oppenheimer lowers its rating to perform from outperform for Walmart shares, citing the company’s slowing online sales growth.
Cohn's future in the White House is up in the air after he was apparently unable to dissuade President Trump from imposing steel and aluminum tariffs.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch lowers its rating to neutral from buy on United States Steel shares.
As more than half of S&P stocks sit in correction territory, some market participants are recommending bargain buys at these levels.
The most troubling message from this volatile market and rising-rate environment is that even so-called safe-haven assets aren't so safe.
President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum likely precedes an exit from NAFTA, according to Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs recommends companies with large domestic sales exposure in the event of a global trade war.