Oil fell on doubts about whether oil producers will be able to agree on an output cut big enough to curb a global glut. » Read More
Iran has no wish to cut output, which means Saudi Arabia won't budge on its production either, warns Mitul Kotecha, head of Asia FX and rates strategy at Barclays.
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Alejandro Barbajosa of Argus Media, Lorraine Tan of Morningstar and Robin Mills of Qamar Energy discuss what to expect at Thursday's meeting of oil-producing nations.
The Anolga petroleum minister Jose Maria Botelho said the price of oil needs to be higher than $50. CNBC's Brian Sullivan looks at how to get oil higher from the OPEC meeting in Vienna.
There is some optimism in Vienna regarding getting a production goal done, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on oil prices ahead of the OPEC meeting in Vienna.
OPEC members are unlikely to implement a freeze but they will likely discuss mechanisms around it, according to Jonathan Barratt, chief investment officer at Ayers Alliance Securities.
It doesn't look like OPEC will decide to limit oil production at the next meeting, says Citi Futures' Tim Evans.
IHS Energy Insight's VP, Victor Shum, says markets should brace for the new oil order where prices and cost - not OPEC- drive the market.
Chris Verrone, Head of Technical Analysis & Partner at Strategas Research Partners, and Mark Tepper, Founder & President at Strategic Wealth Partners, discuss the energy trade with Melissa Lee.
The "FMHR" traders discuss oil prices and what could happen at the upcoming OPEC meeting in Vienna.
The Amazon founder and CEO said we have to start bringing parts of the industrial economy to space in order "to save Earth."
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil prices closed off their session lows after OPEC sources said the group was likely to consider a new output ceiling.
If oil holds above $50, more than half of U.S. shale drilling will begin to come back on line, according to a new CNBC survey.
One oil analyst told CNBC that Saudi Arabia views Donald Trump as too unpredictable to be U.S. president.
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