U.S. crude pared a 5 percent jump in the previous session amid speculation Iran's nuclear talks could reach a deal adding more crude to an oil glut.» Read More
Automakers are gearing up for greater electric, fuel-cell and hybrid vehicle production.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan talks to stakeholders of the fracking and shale boom in Williston, North Dakota, on how oil's price plunge affects them and their businesses.
Michael Yoshikami, Founder & CEO of Destination Wealth Management, explains why energy prices are destined to go lower.
There are "haves" and "have nots" in the U.S. oil space, analyst Eric Otto told CNBC. Here are his plays.
Here's the REAL energy threat, says Jake Novak — and it's not Saudi Arabia and OPEC.
For Saudi Arabia, blocking cuts in oil production protects market share. But for Venezuela, it may mean "game over" for the economy.
Oil prices won't have a big impact on U.S. oil output for now, but companies are looking where to cut, or slow down, Dan Yergin said.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the breakeven price of oil for oil producing countries around the world.
Nicholas Ferres, Investment Director for Global Asset Allocation, outlines his stock picks amid volatile oil prices.
Offshore drillers globally are considering "warm stacking" their rigs to take them temporarily off the market, as they gear up for a slowdown.
John Carey, EVP & Portfolio Manager at Pioneer Investments, explains what weak Black Friday sales say about the state of the U.S. economy.
Ben Lichtenstein, President and Founder of Traders Audio, expects the U.S. stock market to seek value higher ahead of jobs data.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Traders think today's bounce can be expected, but lower oil is still ahead. Gold jumped to over $1,200, mostly on concerns about growth overseas.
Saudi Arabia and OPEC may have just launched an 'oil war.' Here's what the US response should be, says Ron Insana.
US oil rallied as data suggested that tumbling prices may have started to affect drilling activity in the fast-growing US shale oil industry.
For decades, retirees have counted on utilities to pay big dividends and cover interest on bonds, but that was before solar took off.
Oil stocks have taken a beating, but companies that run on energy have taken the Dow Transports to new highs.
The ruble looked set for its steepest one-day fall since the Russian financial crisis of 1998, plunging about 4 percent as oil prices tumble.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on some of the worst and best performers in the energy sector.
As oil prices hit more than four-year lows, analysts are slashing forecasts, with some predicting a plunge of as much as 40 percent to $40 a barrel.