Crude oil settled up 8 percent, or $3.71, at $48.24, its best day since June 2012.» Read More
If the Obama administration wants Iran's cooperation on Iraq, it needs to know what Iran wants, says former White House adviser David L. Phillips.
Carter Worth of Sterne Agee argues that this underperforming sector won't mount a turnaround anytime soon.
John Eichberger, NACS Motor Fuels director, discusses whether increasing gas prices will likely impact travelers this summer.
Brent crude oil may "spike" to $150 briefly if the conflict in Iraq hits operations at the main southern oil fields, says Societe Generale.
Iraqi troops battled to dislodge an al Qaeda splinter group from the city of Tikrit, after its leader was declared caliph of a new Islamic state.
Condensates—a super-light oil that's a byproduct of the U.S shale boom—could open the door to eventual crude exports.
Oil futures weakened for a third straight session Monday on increased confidence that unrest in Iraq would not interrupt the country's oil exports.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was down on the day, nat gas popped on the day as warmer temperatures drew traders back in. And gold closed up at $1,322.
Ian Harnett, managing director and chief investment strategist at Absolute Strategy, and Sean Corrigan, chief investment strategist at Diapason Commodities Management, discuss whether basic resources and oil and gas are the sectors to watch.
A blackout cut electricity in various parts of Venezuela and twice interrupted the live television broadcast of a speech by President Nicolas Maduro.
The militant group's raids have not provided the group with hundreds of millions of dollars, as has been reported.
Ignoring climate change will mean a severe toll on sections of the economy including agriculture, a new study says.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick talks to energy industry executives about the growth opportunities in Asia.
The Ukrainian President has told CNBC his country will 'defend itself' against Russia if it fails to de-escalate tensions in east Ukraine by Monday.
Steve Fawkes, energy advisor at EnergyPro, says oil producing nations like Saudi Arabia are seeing a spike in domestic demand.
Ukraine may want to sell energy assets to Western firms. But Russia may have something to say about it.
Crude was little changed as investors moved to square positions on reduced concerns over exports from strife-torn Iraq.
Toyota announced plans for its first hydrogen powered car. Alec Gutierrez, Kelly Blue Book , discusses which technology will reach mass market success, hydrogen or electric cars.
Export requirements for oil are loosened. What exports could mean for crude, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Anticipating the second half of 2014, and where the best opportunities for your money are, with the FMHR traders, and Jim Lebenthal of Lebenthal Asset Management.
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