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Oil prices may remain at $50 per barrel "for some time," the CEO of BP told CNBC, after the supermajor reported a impairment charge of $3.6 billion.
Oil futures rose on Tuesday, adding to gains of more than 11 percent in the prior two sessions as BP announced a cut in capital expenditure for 2015.
As investors try to determine where oil will bottom, CNBC's "Fast Money" traders looked at how to trade its mini-rally.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Traders are saying we may have reached a bottom. Or we may be seeing a dead cat bounce.
U.S. crude ended higher Monday. Here's why one strategist thinks it may have bottomed, and how he'd play it.
Government bond yields in some emerging market countries will receive a bump from cheap oil, a fixed income manager said.
After hitting their lowest levels since 2009, pump prices are going to climb through February.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors should be worried about lower Exxon Mobil share prices.
Despite the plunge in oil prices, ExxonMobil posted earnings that easily topped expectations, though revenue fell slightly short.
Volumes of open short positions in U.S. crude futures rose to five-year highs end-January as traders wagered on further price falls.
ExxonMobil is set to report its earnings later today. Iain Reid, analyst at BMO Capital Markets, says that sanctions against Russia may hit aspects of Exxon-Mobil for a short while, however it shouldn't impact their earnings.
Oil prices climbed on Monday, adding to Friday's powerful rally, but another strong weekly build in U.S. crude stocks limited gains.
A former top oil executive says the price of gas at the pump could double by year's end, even as consumers are enjoying low prices.
Oil prices are in the midst of a prolonged slump, squeezing bottom lines everywhere. How do sovereign wealth funds cope?
Union leaders called strikes on Sunday at nine U.S. refineries in a bid to pressure oil companies to agree to a new national contract covering workers at 63 plants.
Texas bank Cullen/Frost’s Chairman and CEO Dick Evans says even if crude falls another 20%, his company will be able to stay afloat.
Joe Terranova, "Halftime Report" trader and chief market strategist at Virtus Investment Partners, is adding another energy company to his portfolio.
Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, says that there is not enough oil demand growth, which will lead to a continued surplus of supply for the first half of 2015.
Lynnden Brannigan, head of technical strategy at Barclays, discusses currencies and oil movements.
Crude oil settled up 8 percent, or $3.71, at $48.24, its best day since June 2012.