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Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates vice chairman, provides perspective on the growing unrest between Ukraine and Russia.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude ended the day up, again because of the situation in Ukraine and a drawdown in supplies. Gold was down today on positive comments from Putin.
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U.S. crude fell after a rally topped out, while Brent fell as the market awaited developments in the Ukraine conflict.
U.S. crude oil prices jumped by more than 1 percent after a government report showed a sharp drop in inventories in the United States.
Alstom has only "one offer on the table" from General Electric for its energy division, the group's CEO told CNBC.
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China's plans to establish a shale industry to rival the U.S.'s could be a blow for some of the world's poorest gas exporters.
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U.S. appeals court rejected an industry challenge to the Obama administration's renewable fuel standards for 2013.
Patrick Armstrong, CIO of Armstrong Investment Managers, and Johan Jooste, head of the London investment office at Julius Baer, discuss the best hedge against geopolitical events.
France rejected GE's bid for Alstom's energy assets, but opened the door for a deal that would also combine the two companies' rail businesses.
Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda, says any energy market disruption resulting from the tensions between Russia and Ukraine would have a "major global impact".
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U.S. crude rose as expectations of a build in inventories were undermined by record low stocks at the benchmark's Cushing delivery point.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Gold was down on the day, but still above the $1,300 mark. The weaker dollar didn't help crude, which settled below $100. Nat gas, on the other hand, was up more than 2 percent, as traders compared supplies to yearly averages.
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