Note the major oil company that is red; the other three, green.
Now, today, WTI hits $72 and the entire oil sector pretty much surges. EOG, OAS, CXV, PSX all moved nicely. EOG up almost $5/share.
But there was one oil company that actually declined today. Yes, XOM. Not much, but XOM was down about 14 cents, and is now trading under $82.
The English Landscape, Viking Studio, Profile Books, c. 2000.
- the Yorkshire Wolds, p. 338
- the Vale of York, p. 340
- the Yorkshire Dales, p. 363
- the North York Moors, p. 373
- one of the most treasured and beautiful parts of Englnd
- high, remote moorland cut by deep river valleys
- over twenty separate dales can be identified in this part of the Pennines
- Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, York
- magnificent limestone uplands
- sheep: black-faced, curly-horned Swaledale
- underlying rock is limestone, giving rise to classic "glacio-karst" formations such as caves, gorges, sink-holes and rock pavements
- acidic moorland covered with heather ,bilberry and blanket bog and haunted by the occasional cries of grouse or curlews
- many place-names indicate Norse or Viking origins, with suffixes such as "-thwaite" or "-thorpe"
- these huddled villages often stand at river crossing points and at the junctions of ancient trading and pack-horse routes through the fells
- the Dales are known for their handsome, historic market towns such as Skipton, Askrigg, Masham, and Reeth (I've spend time all of these except Reeth)
- two major seaside resorts, Scarborough and Whitby
- market towns of Pickering, Helmsley, Guisborough
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway, built by George Stephenson, the steam-train pioneer, between Pickering and Grosmont
- Robin Hood's Bay to Whitby
- Byland Abbey