Oil prices fell on Tuesday, with U.S. crude leading the decline as a refinery fire in Kansas curbed demand for the benchmark.» Read More
Crude futures skidded on Tuesday, adding to the prior session's steep losses, as easing worries over Syria calmed Middle East supply fears.
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CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The Syrian risk premium is quickly deflating. Now traders turn their attention to Libyan export terminals. .
Global oil prices fell on Monday, after U.S. and Russian officials reached a weekend deal to remove Syria's chemical weapons, easing investor worries.
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As the U.S. prods the oil industry to blend more ethanol into gasoline, charges are flying between refiners and biofuel advocates about the impact of mandates.
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US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Syria that it must comply and hand over its chemical weapons. "We cannot have hollow words in the conduct of international affairs," Kerry said.
Brent crude oil fell below $112 a barrel on Friday after the U.S. and Russian foreign ministers agreed to push for a conference to end Syria's civil war.
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I'm more interested right now in nat gas," commodities trader Mark Fisher says.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was up a buck and could go higher tomorrow, based on events in Libya and Syria. Gold dropped $30 today, due to concerns about next week's FOMC meeting.
A new natural gas export facility is seen as a harbinger of things to come.
The recent crash in emerging market currencies could hit global oil demand if it continues, the International Energy Agency warned on Thursday, as it forecast an improvement in oil supply.
Global oil prices climbed for a second straight day, with U.S. oil ending more than $1 higher as investors monitored diplomatic efforts to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons.
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CNBC's Sharon Epperson breaks down the latest numbers on oil and gas supplies.
Crude oil prices were moderately higher, as the United States eased off its plans for a military strike against Syria and said it would explore diplomacy first.
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