Eagle I'm no MBA, but paying less money for more stuff generally is good business. That's what our eagle reported last week. Oklahoma City-based Continental Resources lowered its drilling budget because of lower-than-expected commodity prices, but executives said production would increase. And CEO Harold Hamm said the company will fund that drilling program without incurring any new debt. That clearly overshadowed the company's second-quarter loss of $63.6 million for traders. In a week when few state stocks posted gains, CLR shares rose 2.6 percent with all of the gain coming after the earnings announcement. Beagle The market last week was locked, loaded and lousy. The past five trading days were the worst week since March for the Dow and S&P 500, and...
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