Here's what investors can expect if the industrial giant does -- or doesn't -- trim its payout.
You'll never guess which oil and gas industry stocks are blowing away the competition in 2017.
The oil industry giant -- and its smaller partner, Hess -- took a big gamble in South America. They hit the jackpot.
The industrial company got a big reward from the stock market for what seemed like no reason at all.
The entire industry had a good month, but these beaten-down drillers topped the list.
High-profile departures from the industrial powerhouse have analysts in a tizzy. Here's why it may be overblown.
Hint: It had almost nothing to do with the company's performance.
These companies make some of the biggest payouts to shareholders. But aside from that, they couldn't be more different.
I've been covering the industrial conglomerate for years. Here's why I decided to buy, and why you may want to, too.
The stock price of the nation's largest oil company went up, beating the overall stock market but lagging the industry.
Shares have outperformed the stock market handily over the past five years. Is it still a buy at this level?
The stock market has pummeled the offshore rig industry, but Seadrill Partners is showing signs of life.
Solid fundamentals haven't saved the oil industry stock from double-digit declines. Will the trend continue?
They may not be as large as those of their big oil cousins, but these independent drillers have yields investors should look into.
Both energy companies have been victims of the trends gripping the oil sector.
Big industrials are a great place for investors to look for solid dividends with high yields. These three big chemical companies are paying off handsomely for value investors.
A best-in-class dividend and great prospects for production growth make this little-known oil and gas industry player a prospect for value and growth investors alike.
Which of these U.S. oil giants looks like the best investment?
It was a lackluster month for stocks overall, but many oil and gas exploration and production stocks were hit hard by the stock market, falling 14% or more. Here's why.
The stock market wasn't kind to Baker Hughes, a GE Company, or its rivals Schlumberger and Halliburton last month. Here's why.