Time to sell GulfMark as oil producers start reducing North American operations.
Drilling failure rates continue to climb, making it more expensive to find new oil.
Marvell beats consensus and sees solid jumps in revenue and margins.
Auction company Ritchie Bros. expected a surge in equipment volume, but that didn't exactly happen.
Politics are very much at play as China's Wen Jiabao tries to push economic reform in the country.
Full steam ahead for OSX Estaleiros, which is pretty much guaranteed Brazilian business.
Qualcomm shares are up today on dividend news, but there's much to be skeptical about.
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