Crude oil prices fell in early trading on Friday as a looming rise in Middle East output may drag on the stronger markets seen in April. » Read More
Khaled Abdel Majeed, managing partner at MENA Capital, discusses what’s the best way of playing the Middle East region, when it comes to investing.
Miswin Mahesh, Barclays oil analyst, explains why he expects volatility to continue in oil markets.
Moody's sharply lowered its oil price assumptions on Tuesday, amid a threat of a prolonged oversupply.
A common sight in the British countryside, bracken - a type of fern - is now being hailed as the next big source of biofuel.
David Stubbs, global market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, says the bottom is in sight for some commodities; however the oversupply issue will be here for a long time.
With the exception of the commodities sector, corporate America has been doing well, says John Petrides, MD and portfolio manager at Point View Wealth Management.
Russell Price, senior economist at Ameriprise Financial, explains why markets can withstand up to three Fed rate increases, but just not four.
Shares in Baker Hughes and Halliburton were halted as the companies announced that they had extended the time period for closing a deal.
Jim Cramer drills down on why the market is influenced heavily by the price of oil.
Do the current energy sector conditions mark a true bottom for oil? Helima Croft, RBC Capital Market , joins Closing Bell to discuss.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports on the close of the commodities markets. Oil was up about 3 percent on the day, but natural gas got hit again.
Oil rebounded by nearly 3 percent on Tuesday, halting a slide to 11-year lows, ahead of a key Fed meeting.
Discussing the supply and demand dynamics for oil, and whether oil can get to $50, with Francisco Blanch, BofA Merrill Lynch.
Some have written off the high-yield concerns as a mere effect of crude oil's slide. But that analysis appears to be badly off base.
Hartmut Issel, APAC head of equity and credit and CIO of UBS Wealth Management., discusses whether the weakness in junk bonds and oil prices could derail the U.S. economy.
Virtu Financial executive chairman Vinnie Viola, weighs in on the move lower in oil.
Researchers in the U.K. have developed a wearable energy generator fueled by urine.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports the details on Chesapeake as they look to cut their debt load according to Dow Jones.
Wells Fargo's head of corporate banking warned of "stresses" in its energy portfolio, as the slump in oil begins to weigh on servicers and producers.
Experts discuss the U.S. and Canadian economies and what the dip in energy prices means for the markets in both countries.
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