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After oil's slide continued Monday, "Fast Money" traders debated whether energy companies would see relief any time soon.
Boarding a flight out of Hong Kong just got cheaper, after the city scrapped an old fuel surcharge on Monday.
Every month that oil stays below $80 a barrel, Saudi Arabia loses money. CNBC estimates when the kingdom may run out of money.
Saudi Arabia wants to cooperate with other oil producers to support the market, Al Arabiya reported, citing an unnamed Saudi source.
The technician who predicted the January swoon in stocks sees a long bearish road ahead for crude.
While many blamed the push in oil prices on speculators a few years ago, this broker explains why it's different in a low-price environment.
North American energy companies have just 15 percent of oil and 19 percent of gas production hedged for 2016, according to IHS.
Former senator cautions Alaskan legislators to stay away from short-term financial solutions as the price of oil continues to decline.
An analyst says investors should expect dividend cuts after Chevron reported a quarterly loss for the first time since 2002.
Chevron reported a fourth-quarter loss on Friday as the oil producer grappled with how best to handle plunging crude prices.
The markets may look like they’re running amok heading into the lunar new year but not for long, predicts brokerage CLSA.
There's little chance the OPEC cartel and nonmember Russia could reach a deal that would result in lower oil production.
Opposition by some Republicans in this one energy race is helping China get ahead, warns Ralph Fuecks.
With big oil's profits and revenues expected to fall significantly from a year ago, investors will have an eye on a few critical factors.
But the report denied that Saudi Arabia had proposed a 5 percent production cut to bolster weak crude prices.
The market is seeing early signs of an oil price bottom as Saudi Arabia and Russia begin to feel the pressure, Tom Petrie says.
The IMF and World Bank are discussing possible financing aid for Azerbaijan to help it cope, the institutions said on Wednesday.
Russian officials have decided they should talk to Saudi Arabia and other OPEC countries about output cuts, Russia's pipeline head said.
Citigroup's Ed Morse sees three reasons why crude prices could fall to new lows as soon as next week.
Based on recent prices, the S&P 500 price can buy about 61 barrels of oil. That's up from 10 barrels a couple years ago. It could be as high as 100.