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Wall Street could be in for another rocky ride Wednesday.
After enjoying a big, three-day rally, oil tumbled Tuesday and several energy pros don't see things getting better anytime soon.
With oil giving back its gains today, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the action into the close.
What would the Dow's range look like if the index tracked crude oil's wild price volatility this year?
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
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ConocoPhillips said it is planning to cut about 10 percent of its global workforce, with the largest percentage of cuts in North America.
Kyle Cooper, Director of Research, IAF Advisors; Ken Sill, Global Unter Securities; and Darren Horowitz of Raymond James discuss yesterday's big oil run and today's big oil fall.
Batteries with their own transparent solar cells could as as energy collecting windows or smartphone screens.
Connected device company Nest Labs will release a 3rd version of the Learning Thermostat. Re/code reports.
Discussing oil's plunge, with Randy Ollenberger, BMO Capital. He explains the "bookends" of the price of oil.
How to get a piece of the energy plunge, with the FMHR traders.
OPEC's latest move to explore cutting production could be a serious signal in the oil market, says RBC's chief commodity strategist.
Discussing whether OPEC forecast the downturn in oil prices, with Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets.
Oil prices are retreating after a three day rally, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Oil expert John Kilduff, who's been correctly calling crude's plunge, tells CNBC the recent surge higher in prices won't continue.
John Kilduff, Again Capital founding partner, provides insight to oil valuations after crude's big comeback in the past three days.
As oil prices gave up some of their recent gains on Tuesday, analysts said the outlook for crude remains poor.
President Barack Obama on Monday issued a global call for urgent action to address climate change, saying the U.S. would rally the world to counter it. The NYT reports.
Oil futures extended losses in after-hours trading on Tuesday after a report showed U.S. crude stocks rose last week.