oil prices

Oil prices look to be headed higher, and now may be the last good chance for investors to pick up dependable dividend leaders at reasonable levels. These four stocks have some serious upside...
These five companies are major players in the energy infrastructure arena. They pay out sizable distributions that are reasonably safe and reliable, and their stocks are still offering investors some...
Oil demand continues to outstrip supply and could be poised lift prices to $100 a barrel. These four dividend-paying energy stocks are cheap now and have some serious upside potential. They also are...
Gasoline prices have reached multiyear highs Some experts believe they could hit a record early next year. In one American city, they already have. Gas prices are tethered to the cost of crude oil....
The state with the highest average price of gasoline by far is California.
Goldman Sachs has four top energy ideas on its Conviction List of top stocks to buy, and all offer outstanding growth potential and reasonable entry points, compared to some of the other companies in...
Some options traders expect oil prices could reach $100 a barrel next year. The economic fallout of that would be tremendous.
These four top Goldman Sachs energy picks are perhaps off the radar for some investors, but they offer outstanding growth potential and reasonable entry points, compared to some of the other stocks...
Ten states have gas prices that have cracked the barrier of $3 for an average gallon of regular.
As the price of oil has risen, predictions that gasoline will top $3 nationwide for the average gallon of regular have grown.
Oil prices were last above $100 in August 2014, as the world’s economy surged back from The Great Recession. Short supply from the North Sea and Libya were the other primary culprits. By,...
The best predictor of gasoline prices is oil prices. They almost always outweigh refinery costs, transportation costs and state gas taxes. Crude oil prices, which were $36 a barrel at the end of...
WTI crude oil has dropped nearly 9% early Tuesday as demand has slipped again, leaving bulging inventories and a prediction for continued low prices.
Chesapeake stock has jumped, even after a private equity firm dumped its stake. Can rising crude oil prices save the company from bankruptcy?
The price of benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude oil dropped below $15 a barrel today, down 21% in a day.