Oil eased toward $66 a barrel on Monday after reaching a 2015 high.» Read More
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CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Energy prices were volatile on the day, after a build of 1.4 million barrels in crude. Traders expect prices to continue to decline. Gold was up slightly on the day.
Crude rose in choppy trading, with Brent recovering from a 13-month low as turmoil abroad kept concerns about potential supply disruptions in focus.
July retail sales likely took a hit from falling gas prices, but the drop could mean more spending power during back-to-school shopping season.
The relative calm in global oil markets, despite tensions in Ukraine, Libya and Iraq, is beginning to unnerve the International Energy Agency.
Why aren't oil and gas prices rising sharply, along with tensions in Iraq?
Francis Wright, co-founder of Turquoise Associates, says as solar energy gets cheaper, there will be a "huge proliferation" of the technology in Europe.
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Kinder's $44 billion deal isn't part of a trend, but the basic story behind infrastructure as a play on energy is very much intact.
Brent crude extended losses for a third straight session, as tensions in Iraq were not expected to threaten the OPEC producer's output.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude moved lower, in spite of unrest in the Middle East. An IEA report said there was more supply for oil than demand.
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Mad Money host Jim Cramer searches for the most attractive players in the energy sector that can will unveil growth by consolidation.
Kinder Morgan's plans to buy its subsidiaries in a $70 billion transaction could trigger more deals, says CEO Richard Kinder.
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