Oil futures settled down 2.3 percent on Wednesday after the U.S. government reported a surprise build in weekly crude inventories. » Read More
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the week that was for all things oil related.
Oils fell as talk of a plan by some producers to freeze output levels was tempered by concerns of an oversupplied market.
Whether oil prices are actually close to stabilizing after months of painful declines depends on one wild card factor.
The 10 largest U.S. hedge funds have made the most of the slide in the oil price, snapping up $1.5 billion in cheap energy stocks.
When oil was trading above $40, Todd Gordon predicted it would fall to $26 — which it did, exactly. Here's what he sees happening now.
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The oil collapse is affecting many markets, but lower oil will eventually help consumer, explains Francisco Blanch, Bank of America Merrill Lynch global commodities research head, in discussing the outlook for commodities and the U.S. economy.
CBA's Aiden Bradley sees little price impact as production is already high, Iran may not join the freeze, and the global supply glut is persistent.
A sharp fall in commodity prices has hit miners hard since last April. However, analysts are now suggesting there may be an opportunity in the long term.
Platts' Annalisa Jeffries says even with the OPEC and non-OPEC production freeze deal, there are still high inventories of oil stocks in the U.S.
Talks between major oil producers about freezing output shows how painful cheap oil is becoming, but it is not likely to bring an end to the world oil glut anytime soon.
Futures in crude and the stock market are moving together in an unusually close relationship. Their correlation has been rising since January.
Oil seesawed after government data showed U.S. crude stockpiles rose last week, contradicting an earlier industry report.
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