The back and forth of OPEC ministers will be in focus across financial markets Tuesday as the cartel attempts to strike an output deal.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
If talks fizzle this time, oil prices could collapse, and the cartel will have an even more difficult time getting the price back up.
Mergers and acquisitions are ramping up in the U.S. oil patch following a deal drought.
OPEC experts ended their meeting on Monday without agreeing on details of a planned reduction in oil output by individual countries.
OPEC was trying to rescue a deal to limit oil output as tensions grew among the producer group and non-OPEC member Russia.
Shares of Southwestern popped nearly 4 percent after BMO Capital Markets said it sees the stock price rising 57 percent.
Japanese EV-maker GLM sells its own flashy sports cars, as well as its technology platform, its CFO tells CNBC.
Energy minister Khalid al-Falih says that he believes the oil market will balance itself in 2017 even without intervention.
Failure by OPEC to agree on a production cut could push the oil price back under $40 a barrel, says a key energy strategist.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer and the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders discuss the trade on energy ahead of Wednesday's OPEC meeting in Vienna.
Yields aren't going to rocket higher to pre-global financial crisis levels, explains Joe Magyer of Lakehouse Capital.
Francesco Garzarelli, co-head of global macro & markets at Goldman Sachs, talks about oil’s recent moves and where it’s heading.
Helima Croft, managing director & global head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets, talks about whether OPEC will be taken seriously, if it fails to achieve a production cut.
Credibility is in focus as OPEC meets this week in Vienna on a proposal to curb output as speculation swirls a deal may not be reached, says Azlin Ahmad of Argus Media.
Fundamentals on supply key for crude prices, says V. Amamtha Nageswaran, CEO of Vansight.
Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters will not follow a government directive to leave federal land, organizers said Saturday.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib said on Sunday that he will "not necessarily" call an early snap election despite the opposition's disarray.
One of the most unstable countries in the world also happens be one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
CNBC contributor Evan Newmark and CNBC's Mike Santoli share their takes on the energy sector.
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