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It's another rough trading day for financial and energy stocks with the SPDR Regional Bank ETF hovering near a two-year low.
Oil cartel OPEC has cut its forecasts for how much its rival producers will produce in 2016, while the 12-member group ramps up its own output.
Carl Icahn's Icahn Enterprises has slid to its lowest level in three years, after he made a string of losing bets on energy companies.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Rio Tinto is financially more stable than its rivals and has the capacity to increase dividends, says Gaurav Sodhi from Intelligent Investor.
Oil settled at $27.45 a barrel for the day, after production in the U.S. dropped slightly, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Fed Chairman Janet Yellen addresses the pros and cons for the economy as pressure continues to weigh on oil prices.
The head of Rosneft floated the idea of an output cut by oil-producing countries to prop up sagging prices but fell short of saying whether Moscow take part.
Iran's oil minister said Tehran was ready to negotiate with Saudi Arabia over the conditions in oil markets, Iran's Press TV reported.
Oil plunged Tuesday, but what does the future hold for the commodity? Analysts weigh in.
Oil prices were pressured Tuesday by a report showing supply will not drop quickly enough to erode a global surplus.
The effects of climate change could delay transatlantic flights, according to new research.
Here are the countries that are most resilient to the impact of oil prices—and those hit hardest.
As bad as it's been for the energy sector, weakness in two other places in the markets is grabbing more attention ... technology and financials.
Now is not the moment to get into the oil sector, according to Brad Handler of Jefferies.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan covers question marks in the energy space as many fear looming bankruptcies.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan discusses Exxon Mobil's performance and plan to grow its dividend amid turmoil in the energy market.
European banks are facing potential asset sales to shore up capital against a rising tide of bad energy loans.
Shares of the company were halted over eight times on Monday amid earlier claims that Chesapeake had hired restructuring attorneys.
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