Despite the seemingly never-ending saga of low oil, one trader placed a big bet that one area of the energy market could make a major comeback.» Read More
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Discussing the banks with the most exposure to energy credit and loans, with Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital Advisors.
Andy Lipow, Lipow Oil Associates, thinks the next move in the price of crude oil could be $34, and could be the bottom.
SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive fired back against claims and bets made by Jim Chanos, one of the world's largest short sellers.
Sen. Harry Reid said that a Nevada utility, owned by Buffett's Berkshire, is proposing a potential blow to the state's rooftop solar industry.
Dennis Gartman has turned bullish on oil, citing structural shifts in the crude market.
Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James energy analyst, says it is not in anybody's interest if oil goes to $30, in discussing the slide in oil prices.
Discussing Saudi Arabia's oil budget, and just how low oil can go, John Gerdes, KLR Group.
Again Capital's John Kilduff explains what he thinks is the oil market's biggest problem.
U.S. oil prices recorded their eighth consecutive week of falls, the longest losing streak since 1986.
John Kilduff, Again Capital, and Boris Schlossberg, BK Asset Management, weigh in on crude's outlook, global economy concerns, and the play on the euro.
Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates president & founder, provides perspective on the energy space.
Wholesale prices are falling across Asia, raising concerns over profitability of companies and growth.
Analyst Ron Mills predicts oil will rebound this year, but Again Capital's John Kilduff thinks crude could go as low as the mid-$20s.
U.S. crude's push toward $40 a barrel has raised fresh fears about the cost of producing crude in America's oil patch.
Commodities, emerging markets, and the dollar are all reminding Wall Street of 1998, but just how similar is today's situation?
John Kilduff, Again Capital, shares his view of oil's big losing streak.
Traders offered their best plays to hedge against uncertainty as stocks broadly dipped on Thursday.
The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy is "worse than you think," short seller Jim Chanos said.
August’s wave of currency interventions could just be the start of a “race to the bottom,” with several major emerging markets looking set to devalue in the near-future.