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  • SINGAPORE, July 27- Coal prices in 2016 have regained their footing above the psychological threshold of $50, leaving the oil industry wondering when crude prices will return to form. Starting June 1, benchmark API2 coal futures in Rotterdam have rallied 20 percent to around $60 a tonne, the highest in a year, while Asia benchmark API4 futures have climbed 15.6...

  • SINGAPORE, July 27- Oil prices fell on Wednesday, staying close to their near three-month lows reached earlier this week, as plentiful supplies and slowing economic growth weighed on markets. Brent crude oil futures were trading at $44.67 at 0656 GMT, down 20 cents from their previous close. "My view is that oil prices will find a low between $39 and $42 per barrel...

  • SINGAPORE, July 27- Oil prices dipped in Asian trading on Wednesday as plentiful supplies and slowing economic growth weighed on markets, although some analysts said that the current downtrend would be modest and see a recovery later this year. International Brent crude oil futures were trading at $44.81 at 0148 GMT, down 6 cents from their previous close.

  • LONDON, July 26- Hedge funds and other money managers have begun to amass another large short position in futures and options contracts linked to the price of crude oil. Hedge funds increased their short positions in NYMEX WTI futures and options from 53 million barrels on May 31 to 141 million barrels on July 19, anticipating a further drop in prices.

  • NEW YORK, July 26- U.S. crude prices fell on Tuesday, hitting three-month lows, on renewed worries of a glut while Brent settled higher due to its better fundamentals versus U.S. crude. Official inventory data for the week ended July 22 is due on Wednesday from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. "The API data suggests there's still an oversupply of crude, that...

  • Oil rig workers production crude oil exploration

    The oil industry has an oversupply issue that won't be balancing out soon, Again Capital's John Kilduff says.

  • Commodities tomorrow:

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.

  • CRUDE FUTURES HOLD LOSSES IN EXTENDED TRADING AFTER API DATA SHOWS SMALLER-THAN-EXPECTED DRAW IN STOCKPILES LAST WEEK.

  • NEW YORK, July 26- U.S. crude prices fell on Tuesday, hitting three-month lows, as worries over a gasoline glut outweighed expectations of U.S. crude stock declines, while Brent erased early losses to settle higher due to its better fundamentals versus U.S. crude. "The Brent-WTI spread play has picked up to Brent's advantage, given the depressing inventory...

  • A customer prepares to fuel her vehicle at a Road Ranger gas station in Princeton, Illinois.

    Oil prices are heading lower in a shakeout that could continue into the fall months.

  • Crude's new normal

    As oil drops for the fourth straight day, should investors accept that $40 to $45 is the new normal? Kent Moors, Energy Capital Research Group, and John Kilduff, Again Capital, discuss.

  • Crude hits 3-month low

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on oil's close, live from the NYMEX.

  • Futures Now, July 26, 2016

    The Gartman Letter's Dennis Gartman has his eye on oil's next move, while Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Captial is watching for the bubble to burst in the market. And the "Futures Now" traders have a play on crude, the U.S. dollar and key levels in the tech space.

  • Could crude oil slip to $35?

    Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter weighs in on oil's next move as crude hits a three-month low. And the "Futures Now" crew have on play on crude that targets oil at $41.50.

  • Home run trades are over in oil: Trader

    FMHR traders discuss their trade on oil as it falls below $43.

  • *WTI lowest since April 20, Brent down to May 10 low. NEW YORK, July 26- Oil prices dipped on Tuesday, with U.S. crude hitting three-month lows, as oversupply concerns weighed on the petroleum complex ahead of data likely to show unseasonably high gasoline stocks despite the peak U.S. summer driving period. "Our shift to a bearish stance that was initiated more than...

  • *Brent falls to $44.14 intraday, lowest since May 10. LONDON, July 26- Oil pared losses on Tuesday to trade below $45 a barrel, after falling to its lowest since May on concerns that a long-awaited rebalancing of the market would be delayed due to excess supply. It fell to $44.14 intraday, the lowest since May 10.

  • Crude oil prices touch three-month lows

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at what's moving in early morning trading.

  • *Brent falls to $44.14 intraday, lowest since May 10. LONDON, July 26- Oil on Tuesday hit its lowest since May, falling towards $44 a barrel, pressured by concerns that a long-awaited rebalancing of the market would be delayed due to excess supply. It fell to $44.14 intraday, the lowest since May 10.

  • LONDON, July 26- Hedge funds and other money managers have begun to amass another large short position in futures and options contracts linked to the price of crude oil. Hedge funds increased their short positions in NYMEX WTI futures and options from 53 million barrels on May 31 to 141 million barrels on July 19, anticipating a further drop in prices.