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Global benchmark Brent crude oil closed down nearly a dollar a barrel after a day of choppy trading, as strong mid-day rallies in crude fizzled.
OPEC's biggest members are counting down until their U.S. shale rivals lose the one thing shielding them from crashing oil prices - hedges.
Insight to which dividends investors are concerned about, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Last year was a tumultuous one for oil, with Brent crude prices declining almost 50 percent since June. What will 2015 bring?
Russia's 2014 oil output hit a post-Soviet record high average of 10.58 million barrels per day (bpd), Energy Ministry data showed.
US equity markets are relative to the oil price drop, and can be really good for U.S. equity markets in the long run, according to Anthony Chan, chief economist at J.P. Morgan Chase.
Falling oil prices will hurt countries across the Middle East unless Saudi Arabia takes steps to reverse the slump, Iran's deputy foreign minister said.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter, shares his oil outlook.
Saudi Arabia's king was hospitalized Wednesday for tests, and that had many wondering about succession plans and its impact on oil.
It may be a new year but Wall Street still has a really big problem, says Thomas Robinson of the CFA Institute.
According to a report by AAA, Americans collectively saved an estimated $14 billion on gasoline compared to the previous year.
Brent crude briefly dipped below $56 a barrel on Wednesday to a fresh 5-½-year low and was heading for its biggest annual decline since 2008.
Experts predict a smooth succession if Saudi King Abdullah were to die, but future transitions could prove problematic.
Oil investors are paying attention to Civeo's recent plummeting as the drop points to indications of slower oil investments.
Tesla is developing a charger that automatically connects to electric cars "like a solid metal snake," chief executive Elon Musk tweeted.
It's probably fair to say that predictions about where oil is going fall somewhere between educated guesses and picking a number out of a hat.
The energy sector is worth a look even for investors wary of a short-term rebound trade—and ETFs may be the way to tiptoe back in.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter, says markets move further than anyone wants to anticipate. He shares his bets for the New Year.
With his personal fortune having fallen by half amid a rout in oil prices, the CEO of Continental Resources changed his mind about his divorce settlement.
Everyone involved in oil will be squeezed, including so-called picks and shovels companies, John Kilduff told CNBC.