CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude actually ended slightly higher on the day. There was a little bit of buying going into the Fed meeting, traders said.» Read More
The city of Austin, Tex., approved plans on Thursday for a huge plant that will burn waste wood to make electricity, the latest sign of rising interest in a long-dormant form of renewable energy, the New York Times reports.
The California congresswoman and speaker of the House has a stake in this energy company.
Both presidential candidates support the need to curb greenhouse gases believed to cause global warming, but there are key differences in how they would implement what will eventually be a significant overhaul of the country’s energy infrastructure.
American natural gas production is rising at a clip not seen in half a century, pushing down prices of the fuel and reversing conventional wisdom that domestic gas fields were in irreversible decline.
Republican Rick Perry pulls no punches in this one-on-one with Cramer.
Oil production has begun falling at all of the major Western oil companies, and they are finding it harder than ever to find new prospects even though they are awash in profits and eager to expand.
Cramer agrees. Find out why.
General Motors has pulled out of its longtime sponsorship of the Academy Awards, one of the biggest annual events on broadcast television, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
Ford Motor said Thursday its redesigned Ka city car would debut in the upcoming Bond film "Quantum of Solace," scheduled for release in North America on Nov. 7.
Murry Gerber explains why the commodity's decline isn't hurting his company as much as people think.
Fuel, commodity and material rates are “expected to rise” in this extraordinarily challenging time for the electric industry, said David Ratcliffe, chairman and CEO of Southern Company.
Plus, Cramer makes calls on Nucor, Apache, Cleveland-Cliffs and more
A pullback was inevitable after the rally of the past week, Cramer says. But how do you play it?
Yes, but not for the long term, Cramer says. Here's how you trade this market.
Not every company with natural-gas exposure is vulnerable to declining commodity prices.
With commodity prices coming down, many parts of the market can start their return ascent.
A plan proposed by oilman Boone Pickens to use natural gas to power US automobiles is generating debate. Some doubt the feasibility of the plan, The New York Times reports.
With many commodities facing a precipitous fall off, Fast Money’s Joe Terranova told Dylan Ratigan on Closing Bell that the only trade left to unwind is probably the Japanese Yen.
When we decide to make the switch away from dirty, environmentally unfriendly oil, these companies will help make it happen.
A massive switch to natural gas would free the U.S. from its dependence on foreign oil.