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Target is the Yahoo Finance Company of the Year for 2019. We talk with Target's executive team and experts on how the retailer made it happen in 2019 and what's in store for 2020.
The recent production cut of 500,000 BPD from the OPEC+ group is set to result in total output cut of 1.7 million BPD, which represents 1.7% of global demand.
2019 has been a tough year for oil companies, but some of the oil majors have fared surprisingly well due to their economies of scale advantage and low breakeven prices per barrel
Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, Jerry Jones and Sam Zell are just a few of the bargain-hunters flocking to the energy industry — the worst-performing sector of 2019. The miserable year caps a grim decade, which has brought the oil and gas sector’s weighting in the S&P 500’s market capitalisation to a record-low 4 per cent. That is down dramatically from the 13 per cent weighting of 2008, when oil was trading above $140 a barrel and the world was much less determined to wean itself off fossil fuels. In 2011 the energy sector was trading at about the same level as the broader market, as a multiple of book value.
The U.S. shale patch is showing serious signs of financial distress, but a few companies continue to drill profitably for oil & gas in America’s most prolific shale basins
The oil and gas markets have been extremely volatile in recent years, but one company is looking to buckle down and ride the wave with grace and profitability
Dividends are one of the best benefits to being a shareholder, but finding a great dividend stock is no easy task. Does Greif (GEF) have what it takes? Let's find out.
EIA's Weekly Petroleum Status Report shows a much bigger-than-expected drawdown in oil inventories, ending several consecutive weeks of builds.
Accomplishing the financial cushion to retire early is a fantasy for most, but bringing that fantasy to reality is not as difficult as it sounds. If you are willing to make some serious lifestyle adjustments, it can be achievable.
The story of the Yasuní national park is a classic example of how good intentions to protect the environment and the rights of indigenous people can run aground when they come up against the reality of politics and the interests of big business.
Greif (GEF) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 11.71% and -3.50%, respectively, for the quarter ended October 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Occidental (OXY) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
With Mexico's government insisting that energy companies increase oil and gas output before it auctions off more of the country's vast reserves or offers more partnerships with state-run Pemex, firms ranging from foreign majors to local players are scrambling to buy and sell blocks they already own. The negotiations are creating a dynamic secondary market for oil acreage, which could be the only investment opportunity left for firms until leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador unblocks his predecessor's flagship energy reform that has seen no new licensing rounds since 2018. Companies selling stakes include large foreign producers that were awarded blocks in previous rounds such as China's CNOOC and Germany's Wintershall Dea.