Oil prices on Friday remained around April lows as slowing economic growth threatened to worsen ongoing oversupply of crude and refined products. » Read More
"The relationship, the friendship between our two countries goes far beyond any two individuals or any ideologies," Trudeau says at the White House.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports natural gas inventories from the Department of Energy.
ECB chief Mario Draghi's decision to increase the size of the bond buying program is lifting broad European ETFs on Thursday.
U.S. oil prices fell on Thursday, as refinery maintenance threatened to raise record inventories of crude.
Solar Impulse 2, the solar-powered aircraft, is set to return to the skies in mid-April to complete its round-the-world trip.
Meat is an integral part of many people's diet, but our love for burgers, steaks and chops also has an environmental impact.
Royal Dutch Shell CEO Ben van Beurden's remuneration fell 8 percent last year to 5.135 million euros ($5.63 million), the company said.
Andre Borschberg, founder, CEO and pilot of Solar Impulse, discusses the technology behind his solar-powered aircraft.
Matt King, global head of credit products strategy at Citi, talks about how investors should play the energy and commodities sectors.
Saudi Arabia is seeking its first significant foreign borrowing for over a decade, sources told Reuters.
Investors betting on falling shares of energy companies could have their "faces ripped off' if oil continues its recovery, a money manager told CNBC.
Iran reassured investors of its commitment to new and improved oil contracts and downplayed domestic opposition, the Financial Times reports.
The energy sector has been volatile, but this space is doing well, according to the CEO of Chesapeake Utilities.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Thomas Boone Pickens III, son of the legendary oilman, had a big day after his tech company disclosed a government contract.
Michael McMasters, Chesapeake Utilities Corporation CEO, discusses his company's growth strategy as well as the utilities and commodities sectors.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the weekly EIA status report showing crude oil inventories up at 3.9 million barrels and gasoline inventories down at 4.5 million barrels.
Oil's fall has been spectacular, but the market is not out of the woods. Not by a long shot, says John Kilduff.
The world's biggest oil exporters plan to meet in Moscow on March 20 to discuss an output freeze, an Iraqi oil official told state newspaper Al-Sabah.
While oil markets will remain volatile, fundamentals do support rising oil prices through 2016-2017, says Craig McMahon from Wood Mackenzie.
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