The Nasdaq's loss is its largest in more than a year. Stocks are suffering biggest monthly losses since May 2012 on concerns about possible U.S. response to nerve-gas use in Syria.
The company has been shifting its focus from natural gas to crude liquids, and that changeover has been showing up in the bottom line.
Multiyear contracts provide this oil services company with consistent long-term earnings and revenues.
Odds of US military intervention in Syria rise after a chemical weapons attack.
America's new energy boom has a dangerous side as the sector's fatal injuries reach a record high.
The natural gas company now yields 5.69%, and I think that rates a bite.
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The apparel chain takes a hard hit after blaming the weather for its quarterly sales decline. But cold temperatures don't explain the drop in full-year sales as well.
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