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Digging into the impact of declining oil prices on the U.S. economy and the consumer, with Miles Nadal, MDC Partners CEO.
Such ‘put options’ are probably a low-risk, low-cost bet, analysts say.
Sustained oil under $60 is the biggest risk to the market for 2015, Newedge USA's Larry McDonald told CNBC.
Stephen Davies, CEO at Javelin Wealth Management, explains why these three countries will be the biggest beneficiaries of lower oil prices.
Jake Novak took a lot of heat for his op-ed on "The REAL energy threat (Hint: NOT Saudi Arabia or OPEC)." Here, he responds to some reader comments.
Barclays became the first big Wall Street firm to upgrade a major oil stock in the wake of the crash in oil prices.
Some may think that "the taps are going to shut, and everything's going to be horrible," says one insider. "But that's not going to be the case."
U.S. crude futures held their gains after data from the Department of Energy showed oil inventories fell by 3.7 million barrels.
Jacob Kirkegaard, Research Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, explains why the bank won't announce any large purchase programs.
Dave Khan, Managing Director at Convergent Wealth Advisors, explains his optimism on the U.S. economy on the back of recent strong data.
Saudi Arabia expects oil prices to stabilize around $60 a barrel, Dow Jones reported Wednesday, citing sources familiar with the situation.
JMorgan's Jim Casey is "concerned" about the impact of falling oil on high-yield bonds but said some hedge funds see opportunity.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The dollar got stronger, and crude was up for most of the day, due to short covering and a big drawdown on inventories.
When gas prices plummet, U.S. consumers use that extra cash to hit the road or fly to the Caribbean and Las Vegas, benefiting travel stocks.
A plummeting currency, rising inflation and sagging oil prices—that’s the stuff likely haunting Vladimir Putin’s nightmares.
CNBC's Jake Novak responds to reader comments on a recent CNBC.com column that blamed progressives and green activists for threatening the U.S. energy boom.
Americans really need to stop feeling bad for countries like Iran over lower prices, says hedge-fund manager Todd Schoenberger. It's a win for America!
ExxonMobil can weather the downturn in oil prices even if prices spiral to $40 per barrel, CEO and Chairman Rex Tillerson tells CNBC.
Tan Min Lan, APAC Regional Head of the Chief Investment Office, says further declines in oil prices will be positive for global risk assets.
Plunging oil prices sparked a drop of almost 40 percent in new well permits issued across the U.S. in November.