These stocks bucked a downward trend on Wall Street.
News & Analysis: McDermott International
The potential sale of a high-value subsidiary has investors hopeful McDermott can stave off bankruptcy.
After shares cratered yesterday, management tried to ease concerns with a press release. It didn't go well.
Concerns about major financial troubles hit one of these stocks hard.
The engineering and construction company is working with an outside consulting firm on a turnaround strategy. Those tend to be painful.
Sometimes even solid growth isn't enough to lift a stock's price.
Second-quarter results came in well below expectations, and the rest of the year looks troubled as well.
MDR earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
The energy engineering and technology company bounced back from steep sell-offs thanks to a string of new contracts.
The company secured more than $4.5 billion in work from the most recent project at Saudi Aramco.