- Reuters•9 hours ago
Investors reeling from several quarters of declines from U.S. energy companies are optimistic that a recent oil rebound may help boost results of exploration and production companies reporting in the coming days. After a nearly two-year slide in crude, higher oil prices may lead to higher production this year and in 2017, investors believe. U.S. oil prices, trading around $42 a barrel, are back at April levels after jumping 26.1 percent in the second quarter, their best quarterly gain since 2009.
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