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The Energy Department again slashed its prediction for next year's average price of gasoline across the U.S., this time to $2.60 a gallon.
Hedge funds that invest in energy think the price of oil will continue to fall but some still see opportunity in related companies.
The global oil glut is expected to get much bigger before it's over, keeping pressure on oil prices well into next year.
We should heed the warning sign that the silent crash in commodities is flashing, says Ron Insana.
Banks with loan exposure to energy firms face a much different scenario than they did during the 1980s oil price glut, said Cullen/Frost's CEO.
OPEC is no longer a "viable entity" following its refusal to cut oil production, Dennis Gartman told CNBC.
The energy sector's loss is another's gain, with many standing to benefit from consumers having more cash during the holiday shopping season.
Nigeria started 2014 as a frontier-market darling, but now the African economy could take a body blow from the oil price decline.
Falling oil prices may be good news for consumers at the gas pumps, but they're bad news for some bankers in the oil patch.
Some are calling for a gas tax hike but AEI's James Pethokoukis doesn't think that's the answer to the nation's infrastructure woes.
Days after OPEC decided not to give into Venezuela's plea to cut oil production, Caracas is on a cash-searching mission.
Oil prices fell to a five-year low on Monday, after Morgan Stanley cut its 2015 forecast for Brent crude.
Consumers are enjoying extra money in their pockets thanks to lower gas, but at least one politician has an idea how that windfall should be used.
Iran could be headed for an economic catastrophe if it fails to reach a deal on its nuclear ambitions.
The gap between the most and least expensive U.S. state in average gas prices is the widest in 10 years.
An analysis shows that many retailers actually see sales decline when oil prices fall. That may not be the case this time around.
This is not a great time to be an oil producer, but some countries are hurting more than others.
Oil prices are expected to stabilize, but OPEC will probably be forced to cut production, analysts say.
Oil and gas exploration projects worth more than $150 billion are likely to be put on hold next year as plunging oil prices render them uneconomic.
Oil prices go down and America loses its resolve for an energy plan. It's time to change that, says SunEdison founder Jigar Shah.
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