The Futures Now team discusses the crude trade, with Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, and Bill Baruch, iiTrader senior strategist.
Recent downgrades to global economic growth forecasts suggest the crude market is not out of the danger zone, Harry Tchilinguirian of BNP Paribas said.
Oil and oil stocks are rallying after the IEA said the global oil supply glut will shrink later this year.
Global oil markets are heading towards a long-awaited equilibrium, according to updated supply and demand data from the International Energy Agency.
Over 80 percent of people living in urban areas monitoring air pollution are living with poor air quality levels.
The agency expects the global supply glut to start shrinking later this year amid higher demand and declining non-OPEC output.
Neil Atkinson, IEA’s head of the oil Industry and markets division, talks about what physical factors are influencing the oil price, and how stocks could fluctuate later on in 2016.
Neil Atkinson, IEA’s head of the oil industry and markets division, says it’s hard to be “too definitive” on Russia at this stage, when looking at its relationship with the oil price.
Technology is transforming the lives of people in Africa. Sustainable Energy takes a look.
FirstEnergy Capital's Michael Dunn estimates Canada's oil output is down 1.1 million barrels a day, and the revenue lost is around $200-$300 million.
Consumer stocks, which are supposed to be leading growth, showed signs of weakness in Q1, explains Michael Kelly from PineBridge Investments.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil prices jumped more than 3 percent after the U.S. government reported crude inventories fell unexpectedly.
Oil prices stabilized on Thursday, though the contract remained under pressure on signs of another U.S. storage build.
The Los Angeles Police Department has been testing two loaner Tesla Model S P85D sedans for about a year.
The International Energy Agency faces a possible legal split from its parent body following decades of friction.
The dream of U.S. energy independence by 2020 could be over in this era of low oil prices.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble interviews Saudi Aramco president and chief executive Amin Hassan Nasser about the oil company's IPO plans.
After years of building a glut, the world's oil industry by the end of this year is expected to stop overproducing more crude than the world can use.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in West Virginia's primary.
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