U.S. crude oil fell, notching its fourth daily decline on continued concerns about ample supply at a time of weak data and fragile demand.» Read More
Tesla's Model S, the focus of a Federal investigation, has topped the latest owner satisfaction survey from Consumer Reports.
Oil was mixed following the breakthrough deal with Iran that led to expectations for an eventual increase in the nation's exports.
Famed short-seller Jim Chanos says he's bearish on coal and oil which he said are seeing a "dropping return on capital" that "is really ominous."
The nuclear deal will not allow any more Iranian oil into the market, or let western energy investors into the country.
According to KBB, Nissan's Leaf tops the list of autos likely to depreciate the most over the next five years. The list is led by three electric cars.
A Sinopec oil pipeline explosion killed 22 people in China on Friday, and halting the city's port, state media said.
The Tesla CEO took to Twitter in his latest public defense of the safety of the Model S battery system.
Brent edged higher amid dwindling expectations of an imminent breakthrough with Iran, but U.S. prices sank in choppy trade.
Peter Terium, CEO of the executive board at RWE, explains that it's very difficult to stay competitive due to the U.S. energy boom, and that European politicians need to define a clear framework.
The EPA's intervention on ethanol may help cool the torrid advance of ethanol credit prices, and contain prices at the pump.
The average price for a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. rose for the first time in more than two months, and one expert says they'll continue to rise.
Cadillac's ELR and Tesla's Model S will be competing in the rarefied air of models selling for more than $75,000.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude futures closed higher in spite of a potential December taper by the Fed.
Crude rose by more than $1 per barrel on Thursday, boosted by positive U.S. economic data and surging gasoline prices.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. There was mixed price action in the energy pits today. Traders expect the downward momentum to continue, she says.
Daniel Hynes, commodity strategist at Hynes Commodities discusses the demand outlook for the yellow metal.
Brent oil rose by more than $1 a barrel but U.S. oil ended virtually flat on the day, as the Federal Reserve hinted at a taper timetable.
Crude was mixed on Tuesday, with U.S. oil ending marginally higher but Brent falling.
Elena Popescu, general director at the Department for Energy, says that Chinese companies can bring what is missing to the Romanian energy market.
A report from the International Energy Agency also said that events outside the U.S. will continue to affect pricing.
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