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An analysis shows that many retailers actually see sales decline when oil prices fall. That may not be the case this time around.
Oil prices are expected to stabilize, but OPEC will probably be forced to cut production, analysts say.
Suddenly cheap oil may spur economic re-calculations across the board, but analysts are sticking with a still-sunny outlook for renewable energy.
Oil's plunge couldn't be better timed for China, providing additional room for monetary easing and a boost to domestic consumption, say economists.
US oil settled at a 5-year low as strong jobs data did little to lift the oil market's bearish mood a day after Saudi Arabia cut selling prices.
UBS Wealth Management has shifted its exposure to Swiss stocks and taken money out of the U.K., in view of the decline in the oil price.
An accident at a nuclear facility in Ukraine underscored the country's lack of energy security, said experts and stakeholders.
Oil prices go down and America loses its resolve for an energy plan. It's time to change that, says SunEdison founder Jigar Shah.
Gasoline prices seem to jump quickly when oil rises, but don't fall so fast when oil's sliding. The question is why?
Bob Deans, The Natural Resources Defense Council, shares the environment perspective of cheap oil's impact on American resources.
Lower oil prices mean challenges for oil companies, but the retail, airline and auto industry may see a boost to their bottom line.
Dan Greenhaus, Chief Global Strategist at BTIG, expects wage growth to rise by the middle of next year.
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.
Jim Rickards, Chief Global Strategist at West Shore Funds, identifies key points in Putin's speech on Thursday and explains why confrontation between Russia and the U.S. is set to continue.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Comments out of Saudi Arabia that the market will stabilize at around $60/barrel put downward pressure on oil's price. Nat gas and gold were down, as well.
Solar now employees more people than the coal and natural gas industries combined, and is now trying to diversify its workforce.
Oil's been beaten down 35 percent in 6 months. CNBC's Jeff Cox looks what how to play the energy sector if the price of oil turns around.
No one can be sure how far oil will fall, but investors soon are likely to begin picking their spots and buying up beaten-down energy stocks.
The OnCue Express in Oklahoma City dropped its gas price by 12 cents to $1.99 per gallon, making it the cheapest station in the country.
Three pros discuss the impact of lower oil on the U.S. economy and markets, with CNBC contributor John Rutledge; Sandy Villere of Villere & Co.; and Miles Nadal, MDC Partners CEO.