Oil prices fell over 2 percent in Asian trade as a stronger than expected build in U.S. crude oil stocks fueled a rout in prices.» Read More
Energy companies are in talks with bank lenders about borrowing money, which is prompting some to dump out of their bank loans, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
The idea that crude oil could crater in the next couple of weeks is being challenged as oil futures bounce off 2015 highs and are now up 17 percent this month.
Natural gas inventories came in more than expectations up 63 BCF, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
The financial risks of a surge in U.S. oil production - and the ensuing price drop - could hit emerging markets hard.
Demand for oil will be higher this year than previously thought, according to new forecasts from the International Energy Agency.
Brent crude oil hit 2015 highs above $63, and analysts said more price rises were likely despite market oversupply.
Fewer power cuts are likely in India this summer after a surge in output at Coal India helped generators amass record stocks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Traders are looking for oil's upside momentum to continue after a smaller than expected EIA inventory build.
Crude is off the March lows, and energy stocks are seeing huge moves to the upside, with the FMHR traders.
Oil is surging today after a smaller-than-expected crude inventories build, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
American Energy–Utica and natural-resource investor Energy & Minerals Group announce a settlement with Chesapeake. But Aubrey McClendon bristles.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
While there's much focus on the California drought and farmers, large global companies are managing for climate risks.
These beaten-down names could have much more upside ahead, say traders.
Malcolm Jorgensen, lecturer at University of Sydney, says Russia's move to supply a missile defense system could disrupt the "fine balance" achieved two weeks ago over Iran's nuclear program.
Energy stocks are up huge in April. Are more gains ahead? Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ and Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Keith Fitz-Gerald, chief investment strategist at MoneyMorning.com, says the slowing growth figure is a natural progression. In addition, China still has plenty of pent-up demand and potential consumer expansion.
Coal-firing electricity plants are closing all over the US, and jobs are going with them. Can other energy sources make up for the losses?
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude closed above $53 today, mostly due to geopolitical instability and EIA data showing shale output was down.
Crude's decline over the past year presents an opportunity for those looking to invest in MLPs, according to portfolio manager Quinn Kiley.