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Earnings from Exxon and Chevron, and September data on consumer spending, income and inflation are highlights ahead of Friday's opening bell.
Marc Lasry, Avenue Capital chairman & CEO, explains why he likes energy plays now.
For those in the burgeoning electric car industry, the days of gas-guzzlers are numbered. But how will we charge the cars of the future?
President & CEO of Stephenson & Company Capital Management, John Stephenson, expects some oil giants to "announce some curtailment of capital plans" today.
Markets should look for "a significant political risk premium on the price of Brent" if nuclear arms talks between Iran and world powers fail.
Chevron reported its profit rose as lower oil prices boosted its refinery operations, helping to offset sagging results in its oil and gas production.
ExxonMobil on Friday reported a 3 percent increase in quarterly profit on higher results in its refining and chemicals businesses.
The sight is so surprising that Americans are sharing photos of it: The gas station sign, with a price under $3 a gallon.
Declining oil prices are pushing some of the small-cap companies which flourished as part of the U.S. shale energy boom close to their breaking point.
Ukraine, Russia and the European Union signed a deal on Thursday on the resumption of Russian natural gas supplies to Ukraine for winter.
As fuel prices continue to fall, heading into the holidays, businesses are wondering if energy cost savings will translate into more consumer spending.
Australia is set to become the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter by 2018, according to HSBC, as more production comes online.
Apart from expecting a rebound in oil prices, energy shares are now trading at cheap valuations, says Nicholas Ferres, Investment Director for Global Asset Allocation at Eastspring Investments.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. A stronger dollar took its toll on commodities today. Oil was down a buck, and gold got pummeled today.
Amos Hochstein, Acting Special Envoy at the U-S State Department's Bureau of Energy Resources, outlines key discussion topics at the Singapore International Energy Week.
Brent crude oil slipped below $87 a barrel on Thursday as expectations that U.S. interest rates may rise sooner than previously thought pushed the dollar higher.
Europe could be plunged into an energy crisis this winter if last-ditch talks on Wednesday fail to see Russia resume gas flows to Ukraine.
Carl Larry, Oil Outlooks and Opinions, shares his outlook on oil as crude prices hover around $80 and the U.S. become increasingly oil independent.
Libya is nearing a “point of no return”, as warring factions struggle to agree on a political future, a United Nations envoy has warned.
Brent crude dipped below $87 a barrel on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve announced the end of its bond-buying program.