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Adams Natural Resources Fund Announces First-Half Performance And Declares Distribution
Adams Natural Resources Board Believes Amended Bulldog-Ancora Tender Offer Is Not In Shareholders' Best Interests
Ancora Advisors Reports 5.44% Stake In Adams Natural Resources Fund As Of Oct 10- SEC Filing
Adams Natural Resources Fund, Inc. (the Fund) is a non-diversified closed-end investment company. The investment objectives of the Fund are preservation of capital, the attainment of reasonable income from investments and an opportunity for capital appreciation. The Fund specializes in energy and other natural resources stocks. The Fund invests in a range of sectors, including energy, which include exploration and production, integrated oil and gas, oil equipment and services, pipelines and refiners, and Basic Materials, which include chemicals, general industrials, gold and precious metals, and industrial metals. Adams Funds Advisers, LLC serves as an investment advisor to the Fund.
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500 E Pratt St Ste 1300
Kathleen T. McGahran
Independent Chairman of the Board
James P. Haynie
Mark E. Stoeckle
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Brian Stephen Hook
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President, Treasurer
Janis F. Kerns
Chief Compliance Officer, General Counsel, Secretary
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Weak refining margins hurt Exxon Mobil Corp <XOM.N> and Chevron Corp's <CVX.N> first-quarter profit, cutting into overall gains from rising oil prices.
Weak refining margins hurt Exxon Mobil Corp and Chevron Corp's first-quarter profit, cutting into overall gains from rising oil prices.
Exxon Mobil Corp's <XOM.N> $200 million write-down last month on abandoned ventures in Russia - once its next big frontier - points to challenges facing Chief Executive Darren Woods in his second year leading the world's largest publicly traded oil producer.
Exxon Mobil Corp's $200 million write-down last month on abandoned ventures in Russia - once its next big frontier - points to challenges facing Chief Executive Darren Woods in his second year leading the world's largest publicly traded oil producer.
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