Wall Street thinks the oil and gas producer should stay out of a bidding war for QEP Resources.
With the Labour Party proposing the nationalization of electricity and gas infrastructure, U.K. politics could pose a threat to National Grid's operations.
With the acquisition of its subsidiaries behind it, the company is all about completing its flagship Line 3 project.
The landscaping company's efforts to end some unprofitable contracts is starting to show bottom-line results.
Lower than expected costs helped the company post expectation-beating results.
It has been a tough start of the year for the hydraulic fracking sand supplier.
The oil giant has made incredible improvements since its 2010 oil spill and the oil price crash in 2015, but investors don't seem to be changing their view of the stock.
Another quarter of beating expectations, and somehow shares are still down.
The oil and gas giant's most recent earnings results and updates should give investors confidence in the stock for years to come.
With Chevron and Occidental Petroleum submitting competing bids for Anadarko Petroleum, some investors may have overlooked what's going on at the company today.
The reported numbers weren't great compared to previous reports, but the report shows where the company is going and how it will get there.
These three oil stocks look like the market isn't paying attention to them.
The company seems poised for lots of growth in 2019 with some big projects underway, but it looks questionable beyond that after a series of pipeline cancellations.
The oil and gas pipeline giant keeps putting new assets to work, and it's showing up in the financial statements in a big way.
The winter months are always slow for the iron ore producer, so the sharp drop in profitability shouldn't come as a surprise.
That's a double whammy that no investor wants to see.
The comapny was able to exceed expectations for the second quarter in row despite the weaker oil and gas services market.
Management is shifting its capital spending policy after another challenging quarter for hydraulic fracturing.
The company has been betting on a significant uptick in oil and gas spending that has yet to arrive.
After delivering a discouraging market outlook three months ago, PulteGroup seems more optimistic about 2019.