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  • Why low oil prices don't make airfare cheaper Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 11:39 AM ET
    An American Airlines ticket counter in Miami.

    The airline industry is increasingly looking like an oligopoly. For proof, look no further than airline ticket prices. New York Times reports.

  • RIYADH, March 24- Stronger-than-expected global oil demand should help support crude prices at around $55- $60 a barrel in the next two months despite some signs of a growing glut in the United States, a senior Gulf OPEC delegate told Reuters on Tuesday. Low oil prices may have encouraged demand to pick up particularly in the United States but also in Asia, the Gulf...

  • *China factory activity contracts- HSBC/ Markit. LONDON, March 24- Brent crude oil fell towards $55 a barrel in choppy trading on Tuesday after the dollar firmed, adding pressure to a market grappling with signs of slowing Chinese growth and Saudi Arabian oil production close to an all-time high. Brent futures for May delivery were down 49 cents at $55.43 by 1414 GMT,...

  • The state that drills the most on Uncle Sam's turf Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 9:41 AM ET
    Wyoming's Teton Mountains

    The state that could be most affected by proposed fracking rules is not top producer Texas or booming North Dakota.

  • Why Gulf should be more worried about Yemen than oil Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 11:02 AM ET
    Houthi rebel fighters patrol a road in Sanaa January 23, 2015.

    Civil strife and terrorism in Yemen could pose a greater threat to the Gulf countries of the Middle East than tumbling oil prices, a major bank said.

  • *China factory activity contracts- HSBC/ Markit. LONDON, March 24- Brent crude oil held below $56 a barrel on Tuesday, as signs of slowing growth in China and Saudi Arabian oil production close to an all-time high overshadowed a weaker dollar. Brent futures for May delivery were trading down 16 cents at $55.76 by 1311 GMT, while U.S. crude rose 50 cents to $47.95 a barrel.

  • Freeport-McMoRan slashes quarterly dividend Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 9:10 AM ET
    A Freeport- McMoran Copper and Gold Inc. mine.

    Freeport-McMoRan slashed its quarterly dividend to 5 cents a share from 31.25 cents a share, citing the impact of lower commodity prices.

  • *China factory activity contracts- HSBC/ Markit. LONDON, March 24- Brent crude reversed early losses to rise above $56 a barrel on Tuesday, as a weaker dollar overshadowed signs of slowing growth in China and Saudi Arabian oil production close to an all-time high. Brent futures for May delivery were trading up 12 cents at $56.04 by 1154 GMT, while U.S. crude rose 30...

  • These 7 CEOs net $700M in dividends alone Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 7:44 AM ET
    Ralph Lauren

    The CEOs of these seven companies rake in $700 million ... in dividends, USA Today reports.

  • US drillers scrambling to thwart OPEC threat Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 7:17 AM ET
    Workers stand next to water service tanks at an Anadarko Petroleum hydraulic fracking site near Dacono, Colorado.

    OPEC and lower global oil prices delivered a one-two punch to the drillers in North Dakota and Texas. Now they are fighting back.

  • Oil could be going back to $70: Analyst Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 7:16 AM ET
    low gas prices crude oil

    Oil has fallen too far too fast, and benchmark Brent crude could surge to $70 or $80 per barrel, Signal Investment's Stephen Davis tells CNBC.

  • *China factory activity contracts- HSBC/ Markit. LONDON, March 24- Brent crude reversed early losses to trade back towards $57 a barrel on Tuesday, as a weaker dollar overshadowed signs of slowing growth in China and Saudi Arabian oil production close to an all-time high. Brent futures for May delivery were trading up 64 cents at $56.56 by 1020 GMT, while U.S. crude...

  • 3 bullish drivers for energy   Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 6:08 AM ET
    3 bullish drivers for energy

    We think energy is going up higher from here, says Stephen Davis, Signal Investment Research, sharing his views on key drivers of the economy and its impact on oil prices.

  • Have we reached a bottom in the oil price?   Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 5:50 AM ET
    Have we reached a bottom in the oil price?

    CNBC takes a look at the current state of oil prices, with commentary on how they have been responding to the impact of the strong US dollar.

  • *China factory activity contracts- HSBC/ Markit. LONDON, March 24- Brent crude oil held below $56 a barrel on Tuesday on signs of slowing growth in China and as Saudi Arabia said its production was close to an all-time high. The Chinese data followed comments from OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia that it is pumping around 10 million barrels of crude per day, close to an...

  • Why oil prices remain in the doldrums   Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 1:36 AM ET
    Why oil prices remain in the doldrums

    While supply is dropping in the U.S., oil prices have not seen a meaningful rebound as markets remain focused on the inventory buildup, says Greg Smith, group CEO of Global Commodities.

  • NEW YORK, March 24- Tumult in Libya, U.S. rig counts, production plans of the oil exporting cartel and a pact on nuclear relations with Iran can all affect crude supply and demand, but oil traders have kept an equally close watch on retail investors in recent weeks. Right now, the U.S. Oil Fund, one of the best-known of these products, holds about 60,000 crude oil futures...

  • SINGAPORE, March 24- Oil prices edged lower in early Asian trade on Tuesday after activity in China's factory sector fell to an 11- month low, stoking worries over the strength of the world's No.2 economy. Brent crude oil futures were trading down 11 cents at $55.81 a barrel at 0215 GMT. Worries over slowing growth in China's economy have contributed to a global...

  • US crude ends slightly higher; Brent slips 1.4% Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 | 2:51 PM ET
    Workers from Select Energy Services at a Hess fracking site near Williston, N.D.

    Brent fell on Tuesday as the dollar reversed losses and fear of global oversupply persisted, while strong U.S. data limited WTI's losses.

  • *U.S. crude futures had fallen 18 cents to $47.27 a barrel by 0010 GMT, after settling up 88 cents, or 1.9 percent, at $47.45 on Monday. *A poll of six analysts, taken ahead of weekly inventory reports from industry group the American Petroleum Institute and the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration, showed a crude stock build of 5 million...