Oil prices retreated from 2016 highs as rising production in the Middle East outweighed a decline in U.S. output and a sliding dollar. » Read More
The oil market has yet to reach a "shock price point" that will persuade drillers to lay down production, John Kilduff says.
Oil prices are hitting fresh multi-year lows on reports Iran is set to ramp up exports of crude this month.
BHP Billiton booked a $7.2B writedown on the value of its U.S. shale assets, reflecting a slump in oil and gas prices.
President Vladimir Putin has sounded more conciliatory toward the West recently, and there may be more of that coming.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera highlights the impact of falling oil on bond prices in the energy space.
Rob Brierley, head of research at Patersons Securities, explains why BHP Billiton is lucky to get away with such a "modest" asset writedown.
The commodities producer expects a $7.2 billion pretax write-down amid the slump in energy prices.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on oil as it dips below $30.
Anne Richards, CIO of Aberdeen Asset Management, says the collapse in oil prices is a positive for the global economy, but oil producing nations have really suffered from these falls.
Saudi Arabia has asked banks and consultancies to submit proposals for a new sovereign fund, according to sources.
George Young, portfolio manager at Villere Balanced Fund, says it's important for investors to remember "this isn't gambling, it's investing."
"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Spirit Airlines, BlackRock and Diamondback Energy.
Gershon Distenfeld, AllianceBernstein, explains why 2016 reminds him of 2002.
Oil prices rebounded on Thursday as some players covered short positions after crude prices plumbed new 12-year lows.
Earnings would be negative even without counting energy, the first time that's happened since S&P 500 profits turned negative in 2015.
Here's why the credit crunch hitting the oil industry could be worse than the 2008 housing crisis, says longtime oil man Mark Harrington.
Amid the wreckage of the crude oil market, Warren Buffett is extending his bet on an oil giant.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.
The ever-declining U.S. oil rig count should really start to take a bite out of the oversupply problem this year, KLR's John Gerdes says.
Commodity analysts are contemplating a further fall in oil prices this week with sanctions on Iran expected to be lifted.
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