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Crude-oil futures settled higher Friday, following a week of steep losses globally as investors continue to worry about brimming crude inventories.
What Selloff? Wall Street Still Bullish on Oil After This Week's Plunge
Wall Street analysts are keeping their bullish forecasts for oil prices, despite a 13% plunge in crude over the past three weeks.
Oil-Plunge Explanation Isn't That Scary
After six exuberant months, oil and commodities markets have awakened to the realization that neither China's big stimulus nor Trump's election is a game changer. But that doesn't signal the collapse of global growth.
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U.S. Oil-Rig Count Rises by 6
The number of rigs drilling for oil in the U.S. rose six to 703 in the past week. Oil-rig count typically is viewed as a proxy for activity in the sector.
VW Diesel Cars Caught in Emissions Scandal Begin Flying Off Lots
Volkswagen's TDI diesel cars are back on sale in the U.S. after being yanked from the market 18 months ago over emissions issues, sparking a race among buyers for the extremely limited supply.
Blank Check Debuts on Big Board After NYSE Eases Rules
Blank-check listings-by companies with no assets that are raising cash for acquisitions-have become an increasingly important part of the initial public offering market, and NYSE is getting in on the action.
Vestas Earnings Beat Forecasts
Danish wind-turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems reported a forecast-beating rise in first-quarter net profit following strong sales in the U.S., Germany and China and said it is backing its full-year guidance.
Shell Profit Soars as Oil Sector Bounces Back
Shell reported a sharp increase in quarterly profit, rounding off a bumper set of results for the world's biggest oil companies as cost-cutting and a fragile recovery in oil prices begin to pay off.
Big Oil Gets In Early on Argentina Shale
Shell, Exxon Mobil and other oil companies are making another go at taking the shale industry global, and starting their grand experiment in Argentina.
Deepening Gasoline Glut Pushes Oil to a Five-Month Low
U.S. refiners are flooding the market with gasoline, intensifying oil prices' spring decline.
How Oil and Wal-Mart Got in 'Socially Responsible' ETFs
As demand for ethical investing increases, particularly among women and millennials, fund managers are retooling their strategies. Yet, few disclose details about how they use environmental, social and governance criteria.
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May 05, 2017 16:15 ET (20:15 GMT)