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  • *Iran says open to cooperation with Saudi Arabia. SINGAPORE, Feb 10- Crude oil prices pushed higher on Wednesday after Iran said it was open to cooperation with Saudi Arabia, partly recovering from an 8 percent fall in the previous session on concerns over demand and weak equities. Prices were supported by comments from Iran's oil minister that Tehran is ready to...

  • *Iran says open to cooperation with Saudi Arabia. SINGAPORE, Feb 10- Crude oil prices pushed higher on Wednesday after Iran said it was open to cooperation with Saudi Arabia, partly recovering from an 8 percent fall in the previous session led by concerns over demand and weak equities. Prices were supported by comments from Iran's oil minister that Tehran is ready...

  • *U.S. crude for March delivery was 47 cents higher at $28.41 a barrel by 0113 GMT. *The front-month Brent contract was 50 cents higher at $30.82 a barrel, after it had closed $2.56, or 7.8 percent, down on Tuesday. *Meanwhile, the International Energy Agency predicted the world will store unwanted oil for most of 2016 as declines in U.S. output take time and that OPEC is...

  • A flame from a Saudi Aramco oil installion known as 'Pump 3' is seen in the desert near the oil-rich area of Khouris, 160 kms east of the Saudi capital Riyadh.

    Here are the countries that are most resilient to the impact of oil prices—and those hit hardest.

  • Pisani: Oil plunge hits stocks

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the reaction in energy stocks after oil settled near $28, and consumer stocks at new highs.

  • Oil prices will be worse before better: Analyst

    Darren Horowitz, Raymond James, predicts short term, oil prices may get worse and the dollar could be a headwind if it re-gains upward momentum.

  • Big drop in crude 10 Hours Ago
    Big drop in crude

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on crude's decline on the heels of the recent Energy Information Administration report.

  • Beware of energy stocks: Pro

    Ben Pace, CIO at HPM Partners, and Intrepid Capital portfolio manager Mark Travis discuss where long-term investors can find value in a down market.

  • Oil 'has to go back' to $50 next 12-18 months: Pro

    Nearly every oil company stock is lower again, after the IEA saying the risk of oil prices falling further has increased. This can be fixed through a small amount of demand, and supply discipline, explains Kris Kelley, Janus Capital Group's equity research analyst.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 9- Oil prices fell nearly 6 percent on Tuesday as equity markets remained weak and forecasts of swelling record high U.S. crude stockpiles faced expectations that global demand will not grow quickly enough to erase the overhang of crude any time soon. U.S. gasoline futures fell to a 2008 low ahead of the American Petroleum Institute's weekly report...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 9- Oil prices fell almost 3 percent on Tuesday as equity markets remained weak and forecasts of swelling record high U.S. crude stockpiles faced expectations that global demand will not grow quickly enough to erase the overhang of crude any time soon. U.S. gasoline futures fell to a 2008 low ahead of the American Petroleum Institute's weekly...

  • Chesapeake prospects not great: McLean

    Discussing Chesapeake Energy's upcoming debt payment, and the company's exposure to oil and gas prices, with CNBC contributor Bethany McLean of Vanity Fair.

  • More momentum expected for Coca-Cola

    In a CNBC exclusive, Coca-Cola President and COO James Quincey discusses his firm's recent performance and its challenges ahead.

  • Exxon a bright spot in energy turmoil

    CNBC's Morgan Brennan discusses Exxon Mobil's performance and plan to grow its dividend amid turmoil in the energy market.

  • The ETF Trade: Europe Finance ETFs

    Europe is bouncing back, but bank stocks are taking a beating.

  • Cramer's Mad Dash: Debt weighs on Freeport

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open including a report from Jefferies about the challenges facing Freeport-McMoran.

  • The world will store unwanted oil for most of 2016 as declines in U.S. output take time and OPEC is unlikely to cut a deal with other producers to reduce ballooning output, the International Energy Agency said. The agency cut its forecast for 2016 oil demand growth, which now stands at 1.17 million barrels per day following a five-year high of 1.6 million in 2015,...

  • Oil global demand growth could ease

    Global demand growth could “ease back considerably” throughout the year, according to the IEA.

  • The world will store unwanted oil for most of 2016 as declines in U.S. output take time and OPEC is unlikely to cut a deal with other producers to reduce ballooning output, the International Energy Agency said. The agency cut its forecast for 2016 oil demand growth, which now stands at 1.17 million barrels per day following a five-year high of 1.6 million in 2015,...

  • Crude oil outlook 17 Hours Ago
    Crude oil outlook

    Kevin Book, ClearView Energy Partners, shares his thoughts on oil's next move.