Oil prices on Friday remained around April lows as slowing economic growth threatened to worsen ongoing oversupply of crude and refined products. » Read More
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, following oil prices which were rising in early trading. The Dow dropped nearly 300 points Tuesday as U.S. crude tanked 5.5 percent.
Hartmut Issel from UBS Wealth Management, discusses the relationship between oil prices and equities with CNBC's Martin Soong.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains the factors that are sending S&P higher.
Paul Miller of FBR Capital Markets explains why he thinks banks are a good buy.
Tortoise Capital Advisors Managing Director Rob Thummel explains his forecast for oil and what areas of energy his long-only funds are focused on.
One Wall Street analyst is bullish on Morgan Stanley stock, despite the shares' underperformance in 2016.
Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, breaks down the company's quarterly numbers and shares his thoughts on adjusting to leading and lagging economic indicators.
Standard & Poor's is cutting the credit rating of ten big oil companies with three names downgraded to junk. Ben Tsocanos, S&P oil and gas ratings director, is confident the price of oil will be low for quite some time.
Dennis Gartman explains why he thinks Boone Pickens' prediction for oil is wrong.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan dives into the latest results from BP and Exxon Mobil.
Big hedge funds bought more Cheniere Energy stock to end 2015. 2016 may leave them regretting it.
Major oil producers have been posting poor results, which will result in continued job cuts, says Andy Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates.
U.S. oil futures extended losses after data from the American Petroleum Institute showed a 3.8 million inventory build.
Markets have not come to grips with the fact that global growth has disappeared, says Edward Dempsey, CIO at Pension Partners.
More countries are expected to join oil-rich but cash-poor Azerbaijan and Nigeria in asking for international financial help.
European airline easyJet has unveiled its plans for a zero emissions hydrogen fuel system.
Amid the wreckage of the crude oil market, Warren Buffett is betting bigger on an oil giant.
Evercore ISI's Doug Terreson expects all oil majors to do a big deal, starting in the first half of this year.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of Wendy's on Tuesday, predicting a rally in the stock once earnings are released next week.
Exxon reported a steep drop in earnings as low oil prices hurt results at the world's largest publicly traded oil company.
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