Oil prices fell to fresh April lows on Friday as slowing economic growth threatened to worsen ongoing oversupply of crude and refined products. » Read More
Discussing the supply and demand impacting the price of oil, with John LaForge, Wells Fargo co-head of real assets.
U.S. oil fell for a sixth session to trade at a 12-year low amid slowing growth in China.
Looking ahead to energy earnings from 2015's fourth quarter, with Rob Lutts, Cabot Wealth Management, and Erik Ristuben, Russell Investments.
Returns ahead will likely be less robust, but the selloff has made Europe's stocks more attractive, Allianz GI's CIO for global equities said.
CNBC's Mandy Drury reports on oil prices hitting a new 12-year low on Monday.
Discussing the impact to energy companies' dividends if oil prices remain "depressed," with Fadel Gheit, Oppenheimer & Co. managing director and senior oil and gas analyst.
Many jobs created in the U.S. came from low-paying sectors, particularly retail, professional services and food services.
The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gas in the U.S. fell 1 cent over the past three weeks to $2.05, according to a Lundberg survey.
The dramatic slide in the price of oil could continue to new lows, according to one financial expert.
Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, discusses the commodities outlook with CNBC's Bernie Lo.
China is the world's second-largest oil consumer so any volatility in China will weigh on oil prices, explains Azlin Ahmad, editor of crude oil at Argus Media.
Energy market watchers may be wondering if oil's hit a bottom, but this expert says oil's poised to go lower.
It's been quite the ride for the markets in the first week of trading this new year, but where is this wild ride taking oil?
RDM Financial Group CEO Ron Weiner and Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel Director of Institutional Sales, weigh in on opportunities created by volatility at the start of 2016.
Oil settled 10% lower for the week after global oversupply and a bleak demand outlook made it hard to guess the market's bottom.
Late last year, the United Nations predicted a severe 2015-2016 weather pattern, and it's looking like it was right.
The slump in oil prices is frightening stock traders, but the impact on geopolitical stability may prove to be more alarming this year.
Saudi Arabia is considering listing state-owned oil producer, Saudi Aramco, The Economist reported.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the move in oil prices after the jobs number.
As recently as early December, Hall defended his position, calling higher crude prices "down the road" a "virtual inevitability."
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