Stocks rose Friday on Wall Street, pushing the Nasdaq to a fresh 15-year high and helping the S&P 500 to snap a three-week streak of losses.
The average price of regular grade gasoline rose 21 cents in the past two weeks, bringing it to $2.54 a gallon, according to a survey released Sunday.
Stocks fell Tuesday with tech stocks leading the drop a day after the Nasdaq hit its highest in 15 years. The S&P 500 and Dow retreated from record highs.
U.S. storage levels of oil are at the highest point in 80 years, and a Citibank analysts suggests oil might fall from $50 to $20 a barrel.
Berkshire Hathaway started buying Exxon in 2013 and has sold out its $4 billion position. So should you follow Buffett's lead on oil stocks?
The S&P 500 and Dow slipped Thursday as energy shares fell with oil prices. The Nasdaq resumed its recent advance after deal news in the technology sector.
The Dow and S&P 500 ended lower Monday, as lower oil prices dragged down energy shares, while the Nasdaq ended higher, helped by gains in Apple shares.
The Dow and S&P 500 slid Thursday following drops in energy shares and a disappointing outlook from Walmart, while the Nasdaq hit another 15-year high.
Stocks ended nearly flat Wednesday, with word that Fed officials last month expressed concern about raising interest rates too soon limiting the decline.
For the first time in six years, a standard seal of approval for energy efficiency has been expanded to include another major household appliance.
The S&P 500 ended above 2,100 at another record high Tuesday as optimism grew that a debt deal would be reached with Greece and as bond prices sold off.
Imax and Solar City are some of the familiar firms with earnings reports, and the week ends with an ambitious competitor to Amazon opening shop.
The S&P 500 ended at a record high on Friday as energy shares gained with oil prices, while the Nasdaq hit a 15-year high, and the Dow topped 18,000.
Stocks ended sharply higher Thursday, with a rally in tech stocks leading the Nasdaq to a 15-year high, offsetting the impact of some tepid economic data.
U.S. stocks closed little changed Wednesday as concern about Greece and Ukraine was offset by gains in shares of Apple.
Apple is investing $850 million to help build a solar farm in California in partnership with solar panel-maker First Solar, CEO Tim Cook announces.
U.S. stocks end Tuesday higher on hopes that Greek debt talks could result in a deal that stabilizes Europe, but a drop in oil prices limited the advance.
Concerns about the world economy helped tug U.S. stocks lower on Monday as worries mount over Greece's standoff with its creditors.
A new report shows that solar panels could add thousands in value to your home -- with an important caveat: you have to own the panels.
Stocks fell Friday as a rosy jobs report supported expectations of a rise in interest rates, while more worries about Greece's debt added to a bearish tone.
U.S. stocks climbed Thursday as energy shares bounced with oil prices, while news Pfizer would buy Hospira in a massive deal further boosted the market.
Stocks rise Tuesday, led by gains in energy shares as oil prices extended their recent rally, while upbeat January car sales also bolstered the advance.
U.S. stocks rose sharply Monday, as hopes for a deal regarding Greek debt fueled a late rally, with a bounce in oil prices also lending support.
Falling oil prices have led to 31,000 layoffs in the U.S. oil industry. I wouldn't be surprised to see highly leveraged oil producers go out of business.
Union workers strike for a second day at nine U.S. refineries and chemical plants as they sought a new national contract with oil companies.
Stocks ended lower Friday as investors worried at the end of a rough month for the market about weak U.S. growth data and instability in Europe.
Exxon Mobil changes its U.S. employment policies to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity as now required by federal law.
Stocks closed higher Thursday as an upturn in oil prices and a rally in Apple and Boeing shares helped offset some disappointing earnings.
Stocks end Wednesday's session lower, driven by a sharp decline in the S&P 500 energy sector, after the Fed said the economy was growing at a solid pace.
U.S. stocks closed more than 1 percent lower Tuesday as disappointing results from a number of bellwether companies pointed to weakening conditions.
Energy vampire appliances and consumer electronics can cost a family hundreds of dollars in unnecessary power consumption each year.