Crude oil futures tumbled as the dollar index hit a fresh eight-month high, adding more pressure to a bearish market.» Read More
OPEC is claiming victory in the latest oil war. Here's what the US needs to do, says Ron Insana.
Oil prices will get a heck of a lot worse before they get better, a top industry analyst said on Tuesday.
The sharp drop in U.S. oil rig counts has helped lift crude prices off their lows, but it won't slow production or alleviate oversupply, Goldman said.
Oil slipped below $56 a barrel, pressured by expectations that oversupply in world markets would persist.
Job cuts are inevitable as oil prices tumble, but layoffs today could have significant ramifications for the sector tomorrow.
Skip Aylesworth, Hennessy Funds, shares his natural gas forecast, and the outlook for utilities.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. There was a big build in oil and gas today, and both were down on the day.
The company simultaneously hit a milestone, becoming the first American company to close with a market cap above $700 billion.
Despite a drop in gasoline prices overall, people who prefer premium gas are still paying full price at the pump.
Generac Holdings CEO Aaron Jagdfeld, provides insight to the strong finish to 2014, the company's efforts to diversify beyond generators, and the impact from the port dispute.
Halliburton will cut its work force by up to 8 percent. Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James, weighs in on the energy slump, and if we can expect further job cuts from other energy companies.
Discussing a decrease in rig count, and whether oil has bottomed, with Helima Croft, RBC head of commodities.
Has the oil price finally hit a bottom? Dennis Gartman, founder and editor of the Gartman Letter, explains why it could fall to as low as $20 per barrel.
Ken Kamen, president at Mercadien Asset Management, talks about the U.S. markets in terms of the low oil price.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on Omega Advisors' rough patch due to the volatility in energy.
Brent fell below $58 a barrel on Tuesday after the IEA warned that oil prices may decline as stocks keep rising this year.
Massive opportunities still exist in China despite slowing growth there, says Michael Yoshikami.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was down big on the day as the EIA said it would take time to work through inventories. And after Citi's $20 call yesterday, JPMorgan piled on today.
Oil prices have rebounded recently, but Barclays' Michael Cohen doesn't think the rally will last.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released a warning saying that the oil prices may continue to fall, as crude oil stocks increase. Maria van der Hoeven, executive director at IEA, discusses the findings, saying that the "future market will never be the same" as before.