Tuesday was a down day for the broad U.S. markets, with all three of the major exchanges closing lower on the day. While Tuesday was fairly negative, it did not wipe out all of Monday’s gains. Part...
Thursday was a down day on Wall Street. After what was an incredible Wednesday, markets took a step back. A potential government shutdown could be contributing to this decline but a shutdown would...
A new Deutsche Bank research report makes the case that the setup for oilfield services stocks going into 2018 is much better than last year.
The best thing to do for 2018 and beyond is look for the sweet spots in the market where there is still some relative value. One of those areas for sure is energy, especially in oilfield services.
The market looks for a second day of gains as the futures this morning are indicating a move higher when trading begins. With the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, many on Wall Street may...
With the markets once again bumping up against and trading around all-time highs, we were somewhat surprised to see as much insider buying as we did last week.
One area that makes sense for growth investors to own is oil field services, as the recent huge increase in the rig count means business, a lot of business.
Even if the capital expenditure downcycle does stay in place, these four oilfield services stocks are well positioned to continue to do well.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday include Arch Coal, Avis Budget, Capital One Financial, Hain Celestial, Hertz Global and Macy's.
The top analyst upgrades and downgrades and other calls seen in the energy sector on Wednesday include Baker Hughes, Chevron, Nabors Industries, Occidental Petroleum and Royal Dutch Shell.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday morning include Ariad Pharmaceuticals, AT&T, Chesapeake Energy, Hain Celestial, Nike and Visa.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday morning include BlackRock, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Delta Air Lines, Harley-Davidson, NVIDIA, Sealed Air and Equinix.
After last Friday’s 600+ point drop in the Dow, the reality is that the United States held up much better than Europe. Bank stocks were hammered and many European key stocks were down 10% to...
In a recent research note, Jefferies analysts focus on some growth stocks to buy that could have some solid upside from current levels, and that also are not part of the overly crowded trade club.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday morning include CenturyLink, International Paper, Kroger, On Deck Capital, Phillips 66 and United Technologies.