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Jonathan Hirtle, Hirtle Callaghan CIO, is not scared away by the dip in oil.
Jonathan Hirtle, Hirtle Callaghan CIO, shares his top stock picks for 2016.
No other factor dominated the stock market the way oil did in 2015. Stocks sank when a brief oil rally failed to hold in February, rallied when oil rallied in April and May, and sank again when oil moved to new lows in July and August. Will oil finally bounce in 2016?
Greenhouses are popping up in Oman's deserts. Why?
Chevron plans to slash its budget by 24 percent next year, as oil prices show little sign of rising in the near future.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports natural gas inventories.
Brazil's woes deepened on Wednesday as Moody's Investors Service downgraded all ratings for embattled oil group Petrobras, the Financial Times reports.
Shell said on Thursday it was reviewing its business interests in New Zealand as it seeks to streamline its portfolio amid a slump in energy prices.
Antonio Mexia, CEO of EDP, talks about the importance of visibility and a stable political framework to investing in climate change solutions such as renewable energy and technology.
Alastair Newton, director of Alavan, makes a prediction of what will happen to oil prices next year.
The DuPont-Dow merger is not an indication of waning business in the U.S. chemical sector, says Hassan Ahmed, partner and head of research at Alembic Global Advisors.
Investors usually focus on the short term during the Christmas season, which explains why markets can unwind so easily, says Michael Kelly, global head of multi-asset at PineBridge Investments.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Even beans and beer are now more expensive than oil, reports CNBC's Eric Chemi.
John Gerdes, KLR Group, makes the case for $70 oil next year.
Energy stocks have fallen more than 20 percent year to date, but one contrarian trader thinks the pain may soon come to an end.
Traders and investors ignored an unexpected drawdown in U.S. crude stockpiles to focus on a higher build in distillates.
Anish Kapadia, Managing Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. International, discusses whether dividends from energy companies are likely to continue.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports that even as oil continues its slide, the energy ETF, XLE, has big gains.
When gas prices started to fall, consumers were almost in a state of disbelief. But now, it finally seems to be sinking in.
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