Oil prices fell on signs that leading oil exporters were struggling to agree a deal to cut production to reduce global oversupply.
The word from Vienna is things are not going well for OPEC. In fact, they are going surprisingly poorly.
The biggest hurdle against OPEC reaching an agreement is that not all member states appear ready to participate in production cuts.
With OPEC deal hopes fading, oil prices have nowhere to go but down ... for now, says John Kilduff.
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Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak will not attend an OPEC meeting on Wednesday, but is ready to work with OPEC.
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, and CNBC's Steve Sedgwick are live in Vienna, discussing what to expect from tomorrow's OPEC meeting.
The Futures Now team discusses crude oil ahead of tomorrow's OPEC meeting.
Skepticism is mounting that OPEC will succeed in hammering out a deal on Wednesday to cut oil production.
Jamie Webster, fellow at Columbia SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy, says “it’s not looking that good” when it comes to hopes of OPEC coming to a consensus on a production cut.
Jamie Webster, fellow at Columbia SIPA Center on Global Energy Policy, talks about the multiple factors influencing the energy market.
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RMG Wealth Management Partner, Stewart Richardson talks about market volatility seen around the upcoming OPEC meeting, and how the oil environment has changed.
CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick talks about how important the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Iran will be when it comes to the OPEC meeting.
When it comes to finding a consensus on oil output, CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick explains why OPEC’s credibility is on the line this November.
Bernstein Analyust Neil Beveridge says OPEC members can't afford significant downside risks of failure to reach a production cut deal.
Crude prices could fall to $35 to $40 a barrel if OPEC does not come to an output agreement, JPMorgan's James Sullivan says.
The back and forth of OPEC ministers will be in focus across financial markets Tuesday as the cartel attempts to strike an output deal.
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