Oil prices reversed earlier losses and rose on Wednesday after weekly data showed an unexpectedly large drawdown in U.S. crude inventories.» Read More
Geoff Kendrick, Head of Asia FX & Rates Strategy at Morgan Stanley, expects the Ausssie dollar to continue grinding lower against the greenback in the near-term
Olga Yangol, Senior Emerging Markets Debt Product Specialist at HSBC Global Asset Management, says while Russia's external balance sheet remains strong, economic conditions are rapidly deteriorating.
Dan Eberhart, CEO at Canary, says there is a "battle royale" going on between OPEC and U.S. shale producers.
Doug Gordon, Senior Investment Strategist at Russell Investments, explains why investors brushed off lower oil prices in Tuesday's U.S trading session.
Karl Brauer, Senior Analyst at Kelley Blue Book, believes increased confidence in the economy and lower unemployment are boosting November auto sales.
Saudi Arabia would only consider cutting production if other countries joined in, the former Saudi intelligence chief said on Tuesday.
The evergreen rumor that Shell could be looking to buy BP returned to the market Tuesday -- and sent share prices of both companies higher.
Energy expert John Kilduff said a "perfect storm" in commodities will likely cause oil prices to fall further.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was down 3 percent on the day, as the stronger dollar and technicals combined to drive the price.
Denton, a small town north of Dallas is the first municipality to ban fracking for shale oil, reports NBC.
With all the savings from lower gas prices, are Americans about to go on a spending spree? Well...
Two market pros weigh in on oil's impact on the U.S. economy and markets, and give their outlooks for 2015.
Chris Weafer, senior partner at Macro Advisory Limited, offers analysis on rumors that Royal Dutch Shell is set to bid on BP.
Ronald Reagan's support of a federal gas tax hike in 1982 is being used by politicians on both sides of the aisle.
CNBC.com Investing Editor John Melloy breaks down the data and reasoning behind which stocks could see a bounce if oil prices continue to rebound.
Brent crude slipped on Tuesday, trading in a band between about $70 and $72 and giving up some of Monday's gains.
Rumor-chasing traders are betting on serious short-term gains for BP.
Iran's budget may not be in danger from falling oil prices for now, but its position in ongoing nuclear talks could weaken.
The amount of electricity generated by U.S. solar power plants is up more than 100 percent in 2014 over the same period in 2013.
The Kremlin is cracking down on Russian citizens and companies that it says are evading taxes by investing overseas.