U.S. oil prices steadied Thursday after a larger-than-expected draw in U.S. crude and gasoline stocks was balanced by a stronger dollar.» Read More
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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.
Russia's president is being pushed "further into a corner," leaving him little option but to continue his aggression, Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer says.
Recent history shows that when oil has rallied more than 10 percent over a 30-trading-day period, oilfield service companies have benefited.
Not all junk bonds in the U.S. energy sector have come under fire during the rout in oil prices, as investors rotate their holdings across the market.
Automakers are gearing up for greater electric, fuel-cell and hybrid vehicle production.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan talks to stakeholders of the fracking and shale boom in Williston, North Dakota, on how oil's price plunge affects them and their businesses.
Michael Yoshikami, Founder & CEO of Destination Wealth Management, explains why energy prices are destined to go lower.
There are "haves" and "have nots" in the U.S. oil space, analyst Eric Otto told CNBC. Here are his plays.
Here's the REAL energy threat, says Jake Novak — and it's not Saudi Arabia and OPEC.
For Saudi Arabia, blocking cuts in oil production protects market share. But for Venezuela, it may mean "game over" for the economy.
Oil prices won't have a big impact on U.S. oil output for now, but companies are looking where to cut, or slow down, Dan Yergin said.