Crude oil prices jumped as much as 2 percent on Tuesday, shrugging off big drops in Japan's stock market.» Read More
Major commodities such as copper, iron ore and oil still face slowing demand with excess supply, says Michael Spencer from Deutsche Bank.
U.S. oil is down more than 8 percent on the week after two straight weeks of gains.
Neal Dingmann from Suntrust Robinson Humphrey, says Obama's proposed $10/barrel oil charge would be salt in the wounds for oil companies.
Over time, currency and oil markets tend to move inversely to each other, explains Tobias Levkovich, chief U.S. equity strategist at Citigroup.
The White House is proposing a $10 per barrel fee on oil, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
Where to invest in the oil patch, with Rusty Braziel, RBN Energy President and Principal energy markets consultant. Braziel says if you want to buy an oil stock, "look at companies investing in the lowest cost production region relative to the size of the well it's produced."
Oil companies would cover the fee under the plan, which would have difficulty clearing the Republican-controlled Congress.
Goldman Sachs' head of commodities research Jeff Currie, said oil would fall into the $20 range and he was right. "We will get the production declines we need to actually begin to re balance this market by late third quarter, early fourth quarter of this year," he says.
Early signs of capitulation by oil producers could mean a bottom is getting closer.
Amid the wreckage of the crude oil market, Warren Buffett's already big bet on an oil giant nears $1 billion.
The Fast Money Halftime Report team discusses whether more energy companies will cut their dividends and how their stocks will move if they do.
The decision is part of Walmart's broader goal of pulling in more revenue from its gas stations, USA TODAY reported.
Mihir Worah of PIMCO Asset Allocation explains why the bond market is still attractive, especially when it comes to government bonds.
Morgan Stanley has downgraded its outlook for oil prices, expecting the supply and demand imbalance to continue for another two years.
Some experts think Russia is the key to resolving the oil glut with OPEC. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports on Russia as the oil 'wild card.'
"I'm seeing a huge momentum for our company which we believe will continue in 2016", Daimler's chairman, Dr. Dieter Zetsche told CNBC.
Some experts think Russia is the key to resolving the global oil glut. Is it really the oil 'wildcard?' CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
Saudi Arabia, Russia and other countries that heavily rely on oil revenues are getting more desperate, oil expert Daniel Yergin tells CNBC.
ConocoPhillips posted a wider-than-expected loss, slashing its quarterly dividend by about two-thirds to $0.25 a share. CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses where the "real pain" for energy companies exists right now.
Greg Ebel, Spectra Energy CEO, discusses his company's three year plan and the outlook on gas pipelines.