Loews

NYSE: L
$36.99
-$0.08 (-0.2%)
Closing price September 17, 2020
While the S&P 500 managed to recapture all-time highs in August, many of its stocks and sectors are not participating in the economic recovery and bull market at all. These 40 stocks are down 30% or...
Oil driller Diamond Offshore on Sunday filed for bankruptcy protection as it tries to strengthen its balance sheet and reorganize its debt.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Monday include Andeavor, CSX, Lam Research, Owens Corning, UPS and Xerox.
Two GE board members joined CEO John Flannery in adding to their positions in the company's stock. The jolt helped keep the share price dip to a minimum.
Diamond Offshore Drilling reported mixed third-quarter 2016 results before markets opened on Monday.
Diamond Offshore Drilling reported better-than-expected second-quarter 2016 results before markets opened on Monday.
Diamond Offshore Drilling reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2015 results before markets opened on Monday.
This week's insider selling was lighter than we have seen over the past month. Any large year-end rally could induce more selling.
It comes as no surprise that insiders have ratcheted up the selling recently. But we saw little if any selling in names that looked distressed.
Diamond Offshore Drilling reported better-than-expected third-quarter 2015 results before markets opened on Monday.
We mentioned often that the market has not seen a 10% correction for three years. This week's selling may very well get that talking point off the books and set the stage for a solid run to the end...
When the world’s largest offshore driller sneezes, the entire industry gets a cold. That is what happened Thursday.
More and more we are noticing buyers of some energy and industrial names that have lagged the overall market gains. That is a good sign for investors.
This has been a tough year for offshore drilling companies, and 2015 does not look to be a year for recovery.
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