Oil prices fell over 2 percent in Asian trade as a stronger than expected build in U.S. crude oil stocks fueled a rout in prices.» Read More
Energy bonds took a hit from fears low oil prices would spur a surge in defaults, but most issuers should stay resilient, Goldman Sachs said.
Even if Thursday doesn't start a rally, "Fast Money" traders see opportunities in the current oil environment.
It's possible that, despite efforts and plans by many countries, companies may solve climate change first, says Terry Tamminen.
Discussing the impact of oil on the housing market in Texas, with Megan McGrath, MKM Partners senior analyst.
The life cycle of U.S. shale oil wells could put a question mark over American output and price stability.
How the drop in oil prices is impacting Houston's real estate market, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports on the weekly drilling rig count.
Wells Capital Management's James Paulsen explained Thursday why high oil prices could be bad for the stock markets.
The Lindsey Group's Peter Boockvar explained Thursday why retail sales did not rise on lower gas prices.
The President of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank said Thursday why the Fed should slowly raise rates.
Todd Horwitz, author and founder of AverageJoeOptions.com, discusses his thoughts on U.S. markets, with comments on Greece, technology and oil.
In the wake of Tesla's big fourth-quarter earnings and sales miss, auto analyst Adam Jonas says now is the perfect time to jump in.
"Yes we look at build versus buy, ... but right now is not the time to go out and buying distressed assets," Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh tells CNBC.
Some environmental groups are taking issue with First Solar's new farm, in which Apple is making a big investment.
Biologists have developed a way to make burnable liquid fuel out of sunlight, by mimicking the way plants derive energy from the sun.
Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, thinks oil is in the process of bottoming, and this could be bad for stocks; and CNBC contributor Ron Insana, provides perspective.
French oil major Total took a $6.5 billion writedown in the fourth quarter, mainly on its North American oil sands and shale assets.
Crude oil futures climbed on Thursday, arresting a two-session losing streak, as industry spending cuts and a weaker dollar spurred buying.
EDF has missed on its expectations. Jean-Bernard Levy, CEO of EDF, says they expect their strong performance on nuclear output can be repeated year-on-year.
RBC Capital's Helima Croft told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" what she thinks will determine oil's bottom.