BP, Marks & Spencer, and easyJet are booming.
Is BP a solid pick for dividend growth?
Selling BP at 431 pence, and buying Barclays at 288 pence, has turned a fat profit.
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Why is BP having such a hard time staying on budget?
Another record quarter for Arch Coal. How is this company bucking the headwinds against the coal industry?
Oil production out of the Gulf is projected by some to rise by a million barrels of oil per day over the next decade. Interestingly enough, that's what we import from Saudi Arabia each day. Could it be true that we can cut out that key supplier?
Underlying production has risen at BP this year, and the firm expects to deliver several more major projects in 2013.
Another bearish attack on the company has investors wondering what's next for the oil and gas income producer.
If BP is fined $21 billion for its Gulf of Mexico oil spill, will the firm's 5.1% dividend yield be safe?