The candidate is hyping results and citing figures that economists who follow the oil and gas industry seriously doubt.
Oil drops on a Bloomberg report saying Saudi Arabia won't make a decision at a meeting in Algeria next week, CNBC's Jackie Deangelis reports. Atul Lele, Deltec International Group CIO, weighs in.
The Federal Reserve proposes new rules for Wall Street energy bets. CNBC's Seema Mody reports the details.
Frontier market countries are looking to tap the international bond markets as policymakers aim to boost finances in the face of low oil prices.
As far as OPEC decision-making is concerned, Algeria, which plays host to oil ministers next week, has always been the land of surprises.
Qantas Airlines CEO Alan Joyce says the firm has hedging strategies in place to take advantage of lower oil prices and to smooth out volatility.
Anton Siluanov, Russia's finance minister, discusses the oil market ahead of OPEC's Algeria meeting next week.
Saudi Arabia has offered to lower its own oil production if Iran agrees to cap its output this year.
The motivation of OPEC members is to keep oil prices low and squeeze out any marginal players, reckons Hennessy Gas Utility Fund's Skip Aylesworth.
Anatoly Kurmanaev, Wall Street Journal, discusses chaos in Venezuela surrounding the country's massive new oil drilling project.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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RBC Capital says next week's meeting in Algeria could produce an agreement to freeze production.
Oil rose as a weaker dollar and a surprisingly large drop in U.S. crude inventories emboldened investors.
RBC Capital Market's Helima Croft has predicted that the meeting could produce a deal to freeze oil output or return to a country-specific quota system.
A.P. Møller-Mærsk announced on Thursday that the company would split into a transport business and a separate energy division.
Sustainable Energy takes a look at how researchers in Canada are looking to clean up oil.
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