Oil is holding up better after the Brussels attacks than many had expected but market watchers are keeping their eyes peeled.
Oil's rally giving boost to stocks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on oil glut concerns.
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Rob Sechan, UBS private wealth management, discusses his bullish view on the energy space.
CNBC’s Jackie DeAngelis reports on factors supporting oil, despite the deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels Tuesday.
Platt's Annalisa Jeffries states that the commodities spectrum is generally still under pressure from excess capacity.
Improving growth is SABIC's key focus as oil prices gradually begin to stabilize, says acting vice chairman and CEO Yousef Al-Benyan.
Oil markets will return to fundamentals once the shock from Tuesday's violence in Brussels wears off, says Neil Atkinson from the International Energy Agency.
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Petrobras posted its biggest-ever quarterly loss on Monday after booking a large writedown for oil fields and other assets as oil prices slumped.
Oil prices and the stock market may finally start moving independently of each other, Nuveen strategist and portfolio manager Bob Doll tells CNBC.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil prices stabilized on Tuesday after earlier falling as deadly blasts in Brussels prompted a flight towards safe-haven assets.
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Iran may join other oil producers planning to freeze production to support prices at a later date, OPEC's secretary general said on Monday.
The slump in crude prices has been fuelling fears of defaults, causing oil and gas bondholders to suffer losses, reports the Financial Times.
John Burke of Burke Financial Strategies reckons that the oil rally still has legs on positive supply factors such as a lower U.S. rig count.
Oil prices need to fall further and force U.S. oil production down before oil markets reach an inflection point, says CEF Holdings's Warren Gilman
Oil experts joined CNBC to discuss the crude volatility, prices and a potential catalyst not priced in the market, yet.
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