The largest independent oil and gas producer in the U.S. was one of the first in the industry to report earnings, on May 2. Here's how it stacked up.
One of the worst-performing oil and gas stocks in the industry, Marathon has been trying to turn itself around. On May 4, we'll see if its efforts are working.
After euphoria about the oil and gas industry player's big Alpine High find faded, so did the stock price. What effect will the earnings report have?
An explosion in Colorado has rocked the stock of this oil and gas industry player. Will the earnings report calm investors' nerves...or hit them with a double whammy?
America's largest independent oil and gas producer reports first-quarter earnings on May 2. Here's what to expect from this energy industry heavyweight.
The oil industry is full of beaten-down stocks, but you can buy this company with a bright outlook at yesterday's prices.
These big oil industry names have gone in different directions with their operations. Which one looks like the better buy?
This leader in the oil and gas industry has had a rough couple of years. But given some recent developments, the company's outlook may be changing for the better.
The energy industry has been hit hard by low oil prices. Does the outlook for these three big oil stocks signal a time to buy?
The oil drillers have both made big investments in Texas. Which is more likely to pay off for investors?
You may know about Apache's big Alpine High find, but there's other news that may make this stock one of the best buys in the oil industry.
An underwhelming earnings report by one of the biggest names in the photo and printing industry had investors fleeing for the exits.
The trash hauler posted an earnings beat and a positive outlook early in the month, riding the wave to outperform its industry in March.
The titanium dioxide manufacturer's outperformance was due to market growth and a strong industry forecast.
If you're an investor looking for a good energy stock to buy, look no further than these industry leaders.
With its legal troubles behind it, the DuPont spinoff can start leveraging its clout as the current industry leader.
These oil industry heavyweights are reacting to the oil downturn in different ways. But one looks like a more solid buy for investors.
Both oil and gas industry stocks outperformed in 2016. But which driller has the better outlook for investors right now?
The beleaguered CEO of General Electric is taking hits over the company's 2016 performance. Here's why shareholders should be optimistic.
Both oil industry titans have uncertain near-term futures. But one offers a strong incentive to buy that the other doesn't.