U.S. crude settled down 5 percent on Friday as fears about the disruption of crude shipments from Yemen's conflict eased.» Read More
WTI settled at its highest levels since March 4 after Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies began airstrikes in Yemen.
Francisco Blanch, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses geopolitics, emerging markets, and oil prices in relation to Saudi Arabia going to war in Yemen.
Investors betting on a reversal in oil's lengthy slump poured billions into energy-related financial products this month.
Following Woodside Petroleum's recent bond sale, CEO Peter Coleman says it's important for companies to be able to borrow money when they can.
Saudi Arabia and Egypt will lead a ground operation in Yemen against rebels after a campaign of airstrikes, officials said.
CNBC screened the large cap S&P 500 index to see where the hottest parts of the dividend stock market have been.
Oil prices could hit $100 a barrel by the end of next year, U.S. oil magnate T. Boone Pickens said.
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.
The energy industry decried the new federal fracking regulations as redundant and expensive, but the feds insist costs will be minimal.
Is oil headed to $100? $30? It may not matter, says Ron Insana. It could be headed the way of the dinosaurs.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
WTI settled 3.6 percent up at $49.21 a barrel on Wednesday on a weaker dollar, fighting in Yemen and speculative buying.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play Wednesday's selloff in biotech, transportation and technology names.
The airline industry is increasingly looking like an oligopoly. For proof, look no further than airline ticket prices. New York Times reports.
Scott McGregor, CEO of Camco Clean Energy, describes why storage solutions for renewable energy is crucial in emerging markets.
U.S. steel has announced its idling its operations in Granite City, Illinois. But what will this mean for other steel plants? CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports.
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.
Brent fell on Tuesday as the dollar reversed losses and fear of global oversupply persisted, while strong U.S. data limited WTI's losses.
The state that could be most affected by proposed fracking rules is not top producer Texas or booming North Dakota.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.