With all the talk of natural gas and the ineluctable pull of King Coal, oil still matters and will for a very long time to come.
Look to this pair of underperformers to make a potential positive shift in the new year.
These stocks might find themselves in the M&A headlines after January 1.
Climate change activists are hoping to bring the issue back into the national spotlight.
Starbucks is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Crocs is initiated with an 'outperform.'
Despite being the world's most valuable company, some analysts believe the stock stands to lose much of its value in the next few years.
If the country can't meet Asian demand for natural gas, Cheniere and other producers will step in.
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