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  • OPEC states and 11 other exporters agreed in May to extend cuts of 1.8 million barrels per day until March. However, Nigeria and Libya, OPEC members exempt from the cuts, have raised output. Hedge funds and other money managers appear to have abandoned all hope that OPEC will rebalance the oil market, slashing formerly bullish bets on crude futures and options, John...

  • LONDON, June 26- All hope abandon, ye who enter here, is the warning inscribed above the gate of Hell, according to the Italian poet Dante Aligheri. Hedge funds and other money managers appear to have entered their own special version of hell and abandoned all hope that OPEC will rebalance the oil market, slashing formerly bullish bets on crude futures and options.

  • India has become one of the largest buyers of US defense equipment: Expert

    Mukesh Aghi, former CEO of L&T Infotech, and Richard Rossow, Wadwani chair in U.S. India policy studies at CSIS, weigh in on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with President Trump and CEOs today in Washington.

  • Oil drilling

    Investors worry when oil prices tank, the stock market will fall next. Oil prices are falling, but something is different this time.

  • Commodities tomorrow:

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.

  • NEW YORK, June 26- Oil prices crept higher on Monday in quiet trade that featured bargain hunting after prices slid last week and hit seven-month lows, but gains were limited by rising crude supply in the United States and other countries. Brent crude futures were up 25 cents, or half a percent, at $45.79 a barrel by 1:13 p.m., still set for a near 20 percent drop in the...

  • *OPEC's supply cuts undermined by higher U.S. output. Brent crude futures were up 25 cent, or 0.6 percent, at $45.79 a barrel by 12:03 p.m., still set for a near 20 percent drop in the first half of the year. U.S. production could jump to 10, maybe 10.5 million barrels a day by the end of the year, and when you add Libya, Nigeria and North Sea production that will negate the...

  • In any industry certainty is better than none: Royal Caribbean CEO

    CNBC's Susan Li talks with Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean CEO, about the travel ban, the cruise industry, the price of oil and ship innovation.

  • Oil prices rebound on weaker US dollar

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports WTI holds above $43 a barrel and gasoline prices dip at the pump.

  • *Canadian dollar at C $1.3221, or 75.64 U.S. cents. TORONTO, June 26- The Canadian dollar strengthened against its U.S. counterpart on Monday as oil prices rose, while softer-than-expected U.S. data weighed on the greenback. trading at C $1.3221 to the greenback, or 75.64 U.S. cents, up 0.4 percent.

  • LONDON, June 26- All hope abandon, ye who enter here, is the warning inscribed above the gate of Hell, according to the Italian poet Dante Aligheri. Hedge funds and other money managers appear to have entered their own special version of hell and abandoned all hope that OPEC will rebalance the oil market, slashing formerly bullish bets on crude futures and options.

  • *OPEC's supply cuts undermined by higher U.S. output. LONDON, June 26- Oil edged up for a third straight session on Monday, climbing off last week's seven-month lows but with gains capped by the relentless rise in U.S. supply and bloated global inventories. Brent crude futures were up 11 cents at $46.65 per barrel by 1133 GMT, on track for a near 20 percent drop in the...

  • Sen. Heitkamp: Natural gas is a real opportunity

    Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, (N.D.-D), discusses U.S. crude and natural gas production and why there needs to be more stabilization in natgas prices.

  • Markets in ultimate Goldilocks environment: Jurrien Timmer

    Jurrien Timmer, Fidelity Investments, talks about energy weakness and market expectations for the second half of the year.

  • U.S. shale oil output is up around 10 percent since last year, and, together with increases from the likes of Brazil, threatens to scupper the efforts of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its partners to force a drawdown in global oil inventories via production cuts. Brent crude futures were up 48 cents at $46.02 per barrel by 0836 GMT.

  • An oil pump jack in the oil town of Gonzales, Texas.

    Over time our charts become cluttered with trend lines and other technical indicators, and the old lines can cloud analysis.

  • SEOUL, June 26- Oil prices rose 1 percent early on Monday on a weaker dollar, but an increase in U.S. drilling activity stoked worries that a global supply glut will persist despite an OPEC- led effort to curb output. Global benchmark Brent crude futures were trading up 45 cents, or 1.0 percent, at $45.99 per barrel at 0623 GMT. I suspect short covering, "said Ric Spooner,...

  • SEOUL, June 26- Oil prices rose more than 1 percent early on Monday on a weaker dollar, but another rise in U.S. drilling activity stoked worries that a global supply glut will persist despite an OPEC- led effort to curb output. Brent crude futures were up 50 cents, or 1.1 percent, at $46.04 per barrel at 0215 GMT. I suspect short covering, "said Ric Spooner, chief market...

  • Oil jack pumps are pictured in the Kern River oil field in Bakersfield, Calif.

    Oil prices rebounded on Monday, but were hemmed in by a relentless rise in U.S. supply and a surge in demand for short sale contracts.

  • Brent crude futures were up 24 cents, or 0.53 percent, at $45.78 per barrel at 0047 GMT. But crude supplies in the United States, which is not part of the OPEC- led deal, have been dampening the impact of curbs. U.S. energy firms added 11 oil rigs in the week to June 23, bringing the total count up to 758, the most since April 2014, according to data from energy services firm...