CNBC's Mandy Drury looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories. Berkshire earnings, and a mobile extravaganza. And the Affordable Care Act comes before the Supreme Court, again.» Read More
CRUDE FUTURES PARE GAINS POST-SETTLEMENT TRADE, BRENT EXTENDS LOSSES, ON API CRUDE INVENTORY BUILD.
Could wages pick up this year? With Austan Goolsbee, former Chair for Council of Economic Advisers, discusses the correlation between health care costs and wages.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at the drag low oil prices could have on Wall Street's earnings.
With oil continuing to hit new lows, there are some good opportunities to make money in the energy sector, several pros told CNBC Tuesday.
A look at the market's slow decline in Tuesday's trading session, and the small pop in WTI crude, with Art Cashin, UBS, and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at the catalysts turning oil positive.
The current situation in oil is out of OPEC's control, Pickens wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
OPIS' Tom Kloza said on Tuesday he expects gas prices in the U.S. to drop below $2 per gallon as oil continues to plummet.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was down again today, as the spread between WTI and Brent narrowed. OPEC announced it would still not cut production.
What today's selloff action means for overall market, with Steve Massocca, Wedbush Equity Management.
MADISON, Wisconsin, Jan 13- The hit on Canada's oil sector from the collapse in crude prices will bleed into the rest of the economy and may delay the country's return to its production potential, Bank of Canada Deputy Governor Timothy Lane said on Tuesday. Central banks around the world, the Bank of Canada included, will "look through" or ignore the immediate and...
Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group, dissects today's market activity going into earnings season.
Names to weather the energy storm, with Paul Grigel, Macquarie.
Chris Bertelsen, Global Financial Private Capital, discusses how lower energy prices are impacting the consumers and restaurant space.
NEW YORK, Jan 13- Oil prices fell by up 3 percent to near six-year lows on Tuesday, with Brent briefly trading at par to U.S. crude for the first time in three months as some traders moved to take advantage of ample storage space in the United States. Brent was down $1.48 at $45.95 a barrel by 1850 GMT, after falling to $45.19, its lowest since March 2009.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports there will be no change in oil export regulations. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says the Commerce Department would announce any changes.
*Older tankers being booked to store oil, boon for owners. *Last oil storage play seen in 2009. LONDON, Jan 13- Some of the world's biggest oil traders have booked supertankers to store at least 25 million barrels at sea in recent days, seeking to take advantage of the crash in crude prices and make a profit down the line.
Three major ways railroad operators could feel the effects of falling energy prices, with CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
Where to find opportunity in the energy slump, with Carl Larry, OilOutlooks.com president, and Michael Lamotte, Guggenheim Partners.
Why the narrowing price difference between crude and Brent is a big deal, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.