Oil prices dipped for a second day in a row on Friday as some investors took profit on a surge to seven-month highs. » Read More
The U.S. solar industry installed 7,286 megawatts of solar photovoltaics in 2015, according to new data released on Monday.
The market will like having clarify on BHP's dividend policy as well as the miner's reduced capex forecast, says Rob Brierley of Patersons Securities.
BHP has freed up a lot of capital for potential M&A as well as to better manage its debt, says Shaw and Partners' Peter O' Connor.
On Monday, the markets continued their rally which had investors asking if we're in the clear yet.
Discussing the rally in oil today and how this may affect other energy markets is Chris Kettenmann of Macro Risk Advisors.
Oil rose after the International Energy Agency said on Monday it expected U.S. shale production to fall this year and next.
The plunge in oil prices was supposed to help consumers by boosting their disposable incomes. Things aren't quite going according to plan.
The average price of a gallon of gas fell 5 cents in the past two weeks to its lowest level in more than seven years, according to a survey.
Middle East countries will have to raise taxes in order to recover and prosper, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) believes.
Discussing the play on emerging markets, high yield and energy, with Brian Jacobsen, Wells Fargo Funds chief portfolio strategist.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the state of the energy market as oil prices move alongside stocks.
Consultations on a preliminary deal between leading oil producers to freeze output should be concluded by March 1, Russia's energy minister told local television.
North Korea, whose nuclear ambitions have been the fulcrum of security concerns for years, may be a threat in more ways than one.
Stocks shook off pressure from the oil market this week, but is it time to buy stocks? These experts share their top picks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the week that was for all things oil related.
Oils fell as talk of a plan by some producers to freeze output levels was tempered by concerns of an oversupplied market.
Whether oil prices are actually close to stabilizing after months of painful declines depends on one wild card factor.
The 10 largest U.S. hedge funds have made the most of the slide in the oil price, snapping up $1.5 billion in cheap energy stocks.
When oil was trading above $40, Todd Gordon predicted it would fall to $26 — which it did, exactly. Here's what he sees happening now.
The manufacturer struck a deal with China's LeEco to make an electric version of the luxury car by 2018. NBCNews reports.
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