Oil prices turned higher on Monday after data showed lower U.S. crude output and OPEC signaled concern about falling prices.» Read More
In order to stem the free fall in oil prices, one of three key things must be done, says Sabine Schels, a commodity strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research.
Newly empowered Republicans are wasting no time in their agenda, with a push to revive the Keystone XL Pipeline bill.
Iran's president may sincerely want to liberalize his country's economy, but that's unlikely to happen—for now, anyway.
Jim Keenan, BlackRock, explains the action in the high yield market amid a major decline in the energy space.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil dropped another 4 percent today as traders look at the global economy and wonder where the tipping point actually is.
A look at the major risks associated with the oil slump, with Jim Keenan, BlackRock.
Oil prices sank to fresh 5-1/2-year lows extending losses after a 5 percent plunge in the previous session.
Oil's dramatic fall in price will have serious effects on revenues and spending in the sector, according to industry analysts.
As the price of oil continues to hover around five-year lows, investors are scrambling to make sense of Saudi Arabia’s oil policy.
Byron Wien, Blackstone Advisory Partners, provides his bullish outlook on the S&P 500 for 2015, and reveals what other surprises he sees happening this year.
Congress should hike the federal gas tax, solving a fiscal problem instead of "kicking the can down the road," Sen. Bob Corker said.
Statistically, the market has finished up in years ending in 5. 2015 may snap that streak. Here's why, says Ron Insana.
Iranian oil minister has announced that they will double oil exports once sanctions are lifted, at the same time as the US Senate is debating the Keystone XL Pipeline. CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses further, saying that Iran needs economic growth to stay in power.
Companies that operate oil tankers have become more appealing amid the supply-driven drop in crude oil prices, Dennis Gartman said.
U.S. crude will likely hit $45 and may even test the 2009 low of $33, one pro told CNBC Monday.
Scientists at Miami University of Ohio identified what may be one of the biggest quakes that has resulted from fracking.
U.S. crude dipped below $50 a barrel Monday, but one analyst believes it will hit $70 this quarter and will average $75 for the year.
Sen. John Hoeven, (R-N.D.) discusses his comprehensive energy plan and sponsorship of a bill that will officially authorize the Keystone pipeline, with CNBC's Rick Santelli.
Discussing consumer participation in the economic recovery and when oil will stabilize, with Kristina Hooper, Allianz Global Investors, and Francisco Blanch, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports crude has fallen below $52, and discusses what will happen to WTI if Brent breaks $50.