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It hasn’t been a good year for energy stocks. Actually, it hasn’t even been a good decade. The S&P 500 is up 65 percent in the last 10 years, while, the S&P energy sector is up just 24 percent. And as a Friday oil slide put further pressure on energy stocks, four specific names actually …
Jackie DeAngelis explains why oil is sliding and what it could mean for your budget.
The bright spot in the otherwise beaten down energy sector.
Turn up the heat as the temperature drops because this winter, it may not cost as much.
Despite low oil prices, some companies are spending a lot of money to upgrade the infrastructure that helps haul crude safely from one place to another.
Here’s why cranking your heat when the temperatures drop this winter may not cost you as much.
Morgan Brennan explains why this quarter could be especially strong for the crude tanker industry.
The energy sector is still suffering job losses.
Liberty Resources CEO Chris Wright describes himself as part science and tech geek, part oil-and-gas guy, and part entrepreneur. Many in the American oil industry know him as one of the pioneers who made drilling more efficient on the cusp of the steepest crude oil downturn in decades. U.S. drillers like Liberty have confounded expectations …
Morgan Brennan tells us how a Texas town at the center of the energy boom is handling the sharp and fast decline in oil prices.
Morgan Brennan tells us the important sectors of the economy that are benefiting from low oil prices.
Consumers cheer tumbling oil prices, but at what point is cheap crude bad for the economy?
Increased pumping by OPEC as Chinese demand appears to be slackening could drive oil to the lowest prices since the peak of the financial crisis. West Texas Intermediate crude futures skidded through the year’s lows and looked set to break into the $30s-per-barrel range after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries admitted to more …
The job losses in the energy sector may be far from over.
Jackie DeAngelis breaks down the potential winners and losers behind President Obama’s new emission rules.