we saw a continued selloff in energy stocks and a slump in commodity prices, specifically ..... looking at resource stocks and energy stocks in particular. The Polarity of ..... that gets me excited about these energy stocks and natural resource stocks is the
days for Linn shareholders. These days are equally dark but for different reasons: Lower oil prices are driving down energy stocks across the board. To exacerbate the problem, many upstream MLPs, including Linn, are in ETF funds that are selling
By Casey Hoerth : Energy stocks are declining with few exceptions. Brent Crude has dropped from over $105 to $88 in just a little more than a month. And just
* Financials, miners lift index; energy stocks weigh (Adds analysis, quotes, stocks on the move)
By Casey Hoerth : The recent decline in Brent Crude has sent investors running from energy stocks as a whole. The entire sector is down and worries of low realized prices continue. One name that has been largely shielded from
LONDON, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Britain's main share index fell for a fifth straight day on Monday, weighed down by energy stocks as investors continued to cut their exposure to assets relying on global...
By Shareholders Unite : The US is enjoying a renaissance in its domestic oil and gas exploration: (click to enlarge) (click to enlarge) Indeed, the production figures suggest a veritable boom, but not all is well. Horizontal drilling and fracking are the main drivers, but they've met some stiff ...
believe capitulation in the energy sector is near and valuations are more attractive than I have seen in some time. Energy stocks across the complex were down big early Friday despite oil prices stabilizing and WTI ended slightly up Complete Story
consecutive move of more than 200 points. Recent declines in energy stocks accelerated as crude prices continued to fall; U ..... settled at their lowest level since Dec. 2012, and energy stocks on the S&P 500 plunged 3.4%. Today's participation
Crushed by relentless anxiety about oversupply and weakening global demand, Nymex crude oil futures closed down $1.54 at $85.76/bbl, their lowest close since Dec. 2012 , while Brent crude fell below $90/bbl for the first time in more than two years. Including today's losses, WTI crude is down 6.2%