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Company Description: Sunoco, Inc., via its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets petroleum products, including fuels, lubricants, and petrochemicals. Sunoco has five operational components: Refining and Supply component manufactures petroleum products (gasoline and middle distillates (jet fuel, heating oil, and diesel fuel) and residual fuel oil; Retail Marketing retail sells gasoline and middle distillates, and operates convenience stores in 25 states; Chemicals manufactures, distributes, and markets commodity and intermediate petrochemicals; Logistics operates refined product crude oil pipelines and terminals, and engages in the acquisition and marketing of crude oil; Coke operates metallurgical coke plants and metallurgical coal mines. It also manufactures metallurgical coke for use in the steel industry Update

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Energy Industry Analysis: The energy industry includes companies whose sales derive from the production and sale of energy related products and services such as the extraction, manufacturing, refining, and distribution of energy. Energy Trading Strategy: Energy investments tend to be very sensitive to commodity prices. Speculation and market manipulation by governments affect the energy market, therefore, cautiously invest in companies with significant potential. Upward sloping stock charts and financial news may indicate a selling opportunity while the opposite means that stocks are becoming undervalued.

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