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.
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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.
The natural gas fuel company had another rough month. With the underperformance trend continuing, is there any hope for investors?
The oil rig operator benefited from key changes to its credit facilities, which protect it from its parent's likely bankruptcy.
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The stock market has hammered shares of both of these oil and gas industry players over the past year. But both are showing an improved outlook. Which is the better buy?
Catastrophic storm Hurricane Harvey has walloped Houston -- the epicenter of the nation's oil industry -- and the extent of the damage isn't yet known. Here's what investors should know about the market's reaction, and where things may go from here.
The two industrial giants' newest jet engines are going head to head in the marketplace. Here's why more customers are buying from GE joint venture CFM International than United Technologies subsidiary Pratt & Whitney.
The oil and gas industry player's quarterly performance was middling, and the outlook doesn't seem to bode well. Can the company reverse the trend?
The top oil major turned in a solid second quarter but missed expectations, so the stock market sent shares lower. But this overlooked asset might help the company's underperforming production segment break its trend.
Top independent oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips finally managed to turn a profit in the second quarter, and the stock market sent its shares slightly higher. But is the company going to outperform in the long run?
The stock market has walloped the drilling-rig operator over and over again, and last month was no exception to the trend. And the worst may be yet to come.
The world's top aircraft maker outperformed in July thanks to industry growth and incredible second-quarter performance.
The numbers for this oil and gas driller seem disappointing, even troubling. But there's a hidden story that the stock market doesn't seem to be noticing. Is this your best chance to buy?
This small chemical industry churns out a product with dozens, if not hundreds, of uses, and the stock market has rewarded manufacturers with incredible returns. But can this streak of outperformance last?
The oil and gas industry player reports quarterly earnings on Aug. 3 and has been managing expectations for months. We expect results to underperform last quarter, but is there an uptrend in the company's future?
The oil and gas industry player had some big moves in 2016, but the stock market has lost interest this year. Nevertheless, the company has made some savvy decisions this year that have set it up to outperform.