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CNBC's Dominic Chu crunches the numbers and takes a look at whether the stock market's performance in January is a positive sign for markets overall.
Oil remains under pressure. Details, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari shares his favorite chart for 2014 and where he sees that indicator in 2015.
Does Gordon Gekko think 2015 will be a good year for greed? Some of the greatest Wall Street movie villains of all time offer up their predictions.
U.S. officials heralded the oil revenue-sharing agreement in Iraq but they should not rush to judgment. Here's why.
For investors nervous about falling oil prices and their effect on junk bonds issued by the energy industry, there are still some jewels amid the junk.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the significance of crude oil below the $60 level.
A U.S. export authority told some oil companies that they should consider exporting a lightly processed form of crude oil without formal permission.
Jonathan Galaviz, partner at Global Market Advisors, says recovery operations may last for a "significant amount of time", but the likelihood of retrieving the black box and flight data recorder remains high.
The oil price hit a 5-½-year low on Tuesday but major oil producer Saudi Arabia still looks to be relatively unscathed.
While low oil prices will drive down energy earnings, a strong consumer will limit its effect on the S&P 500, analysts said.
As oil demand weakens, companies are cutting back drilling workers and services. John Kilduff, Again Capital, and Russell Gold, Wall Street Journal, weigh in on the impact to the U.S. economy.
Oil futures struggled to remain in positive territory on Tuesday after rebounding from a 5-½-year lows.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports as oil prices continue to slide, active oil and gas rigs are on the decline as well.
Energy expert Stephen Schork says bets for oil below $30 per barrel have skyrocketed in the past two weeks.
U.S. crude futures hit a new five-year low, reversing earlier gains on concerns about Libyan supply.
In New York City, it can be hard for some people to keep on the heat inside their own apartments. But a start-up is trying to fix the problem.
Civeo forecast first-quarter revenue of between $160 million and $175 million, well below Wall Street's current estimates of $228 million.
Oil prices could drop further to $40 and market volatility is "going to persist" due to political turbulence, says Ana Cukic Armstrong, CEO of Armstrong Investment Managers.
The plunge in oil prices may force companies that service the oil and gas industry to brace for leaner times.