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Notable Stock Analysts Ratings: Oasis Petroleum Inc. (NYSE:OAS)

Notable Stock Analysts Ratings: Oasis Petroleum Inc. (NYSE:OAS)

The stock gained a consensus recommendation of 1.71 on Zacks Investment Research where the scale runs from 1 to 5, 1 representing Strong buy and 5 showing Strong Sell. During the same period a year ago, the firm posted $0.09 EPS. 10/18/2016 - Oasis Petroleum Inc. was downgraded to "sell" by analysts at Goldman Sachs.


British economy grows 0.5% in third quarter

British economy grows 0.5% in third quarter

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirmed that the United Kingdom economy grew by 0.5pc in the three months to September compared to the previous quarter, with the largest contribution to growth coming from net trade. Archer expects the United Kingdom economy to grow by 2.1% in 2016. Economists were quick to warn the recent pace of growth would be hard to sustain.



British Prime Minister to Pledge Investment into R&D

The PM's official spokeswoman said: 'She was reflecting the views we have expressed already about how we secure the best deal for the United Kingdom and how we seek to provide certainty where we can to businesses and people across the United Kingdom of the steps moving forward.


NATO criticizes new Russian missiles near Poland, Lithuania

NATO criticizes new Russian missiles near Poland, Lithuania

The Russian military has reportedly stationed Bastion anti-ship missiles in Kaliningrad, a piece of Russian territory between Poland and Lithuania, while a senator, Viktor Ozerov, said on Monday that Russia would deploy Iskander ballistic missiles and S-400 missile-defence systems in Kaliningrad.


Markets Right Now: US indexes open mostly lower

Markets Right Now: US indexes open mostly lower

The Nasdaq lost 0.11% to 5,380.6. Earlier it went as high as 19,014. The S&P 500 gained 0.08% to 2,204.72, also a new record close. Retailers were strong ahead of the holiday shopping season, which kicks off with the annual "Black Friday" sales this week the day after Thursday's Thanksgiving holiday.


Dakota Access pipeline decision unlikely until early 2017

Dakota Access pipeline decision unlikely until early 2017

The Guardian reports that on Monday, the USA army corps of engineers called for more analysis of the project's proposal to drill under the Missouri River before construction could commence. Energy Transfer asked the court to declare that the project had the legal right to proceed and needed no further government approvals. A group of 1,050 plus at Lehigh University stood with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.