Oil prices were on track to a weekly loss as potentially higher Iraqi crude exports and bearish U.S. inventory data weighed on the market. » Read More
U.S. oil prices closed mildly lower as the market processed a mixed report from the IEA.
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CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
What's driving bank earnings, and how are banks dealing with energy problems, with Tom Michaud, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods President and CEO.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports a drawdown in the Department of Energy's natural gas inventories.
U.S. crude production fell under the 9 million barrel a day threshold last week, a welcome development for oil producers heading to Doha this weekend.
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CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at Bank of America and Wells Fargo earnings, and a profit warning from Burberry.
Group, which has operations in Louisiana, Texas and the Gulf of Mexico, becomes one of the biggest casualties of the oil rout.
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Producing nations risk an oil bust if they don't reach a freeze agreement of some sort when they meet in Doha, Qatar, this weekend.
U.S. oil gave up short-lived gains following mixed U.S. data that showed a bigger-than-expected build in crude stockpiles.
Investors should keep their eyes on this weekend's meeting in Doha, June's Brexit referendum and election issues in Spain, warns Kay Van-Petersen of Saxo Capital Markets.
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CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the back and forth in oil prices today.
The political and economic turmoil engulfing Brazil, the world's seventh-largest economy, is weighing on global growth as well.
As oil producers gear up to meet this weekend, experts weigh in on the implications of the gathering.
Discussing the outcomes of the oil producers meeting in Doha this weekend with Kyle Cooper, Criterion Research founding partner, and Kent Moors, executive chairman at Energy Capital.
Hartmut Issel of UBS Wealth Management expects oil to weaken short-term before rising to $50 by year-end.