Stabilization is underway in commodities, China's economic outlook and corporate earnings, notes Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin Wealth Management.
Energy industry deals declined in the first quarter from a year ago, as would-be acquirers remained locked out of capital markets and others saw little they wanted to buy.
Falling U.S. production and supply-demand re-balancing will support range-bound oil prices in the next few months, says ANZ's Daniel Hynes.
The "new normal" for U.S. oil prices could be as much as double the current $40 per barrel by 2018, a long-time industry advisor tells CNBC.
The storm that struck Houston may have caused as much flooding in some areas as Tropical Storm Allison, suggesting billions of dollars in losses.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
U.S. oil closed at new 2016 highs on a smaller-than-expected U.S. crude build.
The crash in oil prices has brought a major economic hangover to states that are big energy producers.
New data has shone a light on the potential pitfalls for investors who are seeking sizeable returns from the metal lithium.
Russian stocks rose after a Dutch court overturned a court decision which awarded former shareholders of the Yukos oil company $50 billion.
FMHR trader Jon Najarian shares his value picks in energy stocks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at the Department of Energy's inventories report.
Kuwaiti oil and gas workers have ended a three-day strike, the trade union said in a statement posted on its Twitter account.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports a drop in crude prices is weighing on stocks.
No agreement in Doha, but the oil market is trading up. Barclays' Cohen joined CNBC to discuss oil’s current supply and demand balance.
The country may increase oil production this year to a level of 540 million tonnes of crude.
Most investors shouldn't be involved in short-term trading within oil markets, warns Richard Jerram, chief economist at Bank of Singapore.
Striking Kuwaiti oil workers temporarily disrupted oil production, but their short strike may send a message to other oil producing nations implementing austerity measures.
Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO of ABB, talks about operating in the Chinese economy.
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