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  • David Kent is charged in an alleged scheme to hack more than 700,000 Rigzone accounts to help boost his site Oilpro's business.

  • WASHINGTON, March 31- The International Monetary Fund said on Thursday that it has again cut its growth forecast for Nigeria as the oil exporter faces "substantial challenges" from low crude prices. In its annual review of Nigeria's economic situation, the IMF said that gross domestic product growth would slow to 2.3 percent in 2016 from an estimated 2.7 percent...

  • *Brent price seen averaging $40.90, WTI $39.70 in 2016- Rtrs poll. NEW YORK, March 31- Oil prices jumped more than 10 percent in March in the best quarter since mid-2015 although some analysts said the rally could fade soon as an output freeze plan by major crude exporters fails to alleviate worries of a glut. "Oversupply still persists due to resilient U.S....

  • Commodities tomorrow:

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.

  • Prepare for weakness ahead: Pro

    Kenny Polcari, Director of O'Neil Securities, talks about what to watch in the last half hour of trading in the first quarter.

  • An image of the Eagle Ford shale mining site captured at night by NASA’s Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on the Suomi NPP satellite. Taken on July 15, 2012.

    A look at NASA satellite images comparing 2000 to 2015 reveals a radical difference in the landscape of Texas between then and now.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    There are more than a few potential pitfalls that could make investors eager to "sell in May" this year.

  • March 31- Wall Street was set to end a tumultuous first quarter on a quiet note with the three major indexes eking out small gains on Thursday, led by healthcare stocks. Crude oil rose slightly, hovering near $40 a barrel. "Everyone continues to search for information about where the economy is and if it is really firming up like we think and hope it is," said Dan Farley,...

  • CRUDE FUTURES GIVE UP EARLIER GAINS, TURN NEGATIVE IN EARLY AFTERNOON TRADE.

  • Futures Now: Gas up 14% YTD

    The Futures Now team discusses gasoline prices, with Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial founder, and Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services.

  • Offshore oil rig

    Commodities specialist Helima Croft tells CNBC oil prices could face a long, onerous process of erasing oversupply.

  • March 31- Wall Street inched up in quiet trading on Thursday, helped by energy stocks, as a tumultuous quarter draws to a close. Crude oil rose slightly, hovering near $40 a barrel. "Everyone continues to search for information about where the economy is and if it is really firming up like we think and hope it is," said Dan Farley, regional investment strategist at U.S.

  • Trudeau: Not worried about reopening NAFTA

    CNBC's Susan Li reports on her conversation with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about his views on trade and the Canadian economy.

  • Nat gas inventories down 25B cubic ft

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports natural gas inventories fell 25 billion cubic feet in the latest EIA report.

  • Brent crude futures were trading 50 cents higher at $39.76 a barrel at 1400 GMT. The front-month contract for U.S. crude futures was 35 cents higher at $38.67 a barrel, after dropping to $37.57, the lowest since March 16. "The door is open for lower prices," said Hamza Khan, head of commodity strategy with ING.

  • March 31- Wall Street made a quiet start to the last day of a turbulent quarter in which financial markets were roiled by concerns about the global economy and a steep slide in oil prices. Crude oil rose slightly, hovering near $40 a barrel. "Today, we're just in a do-nothing mode and we will wait and see what happens Friday," said Matthew Tuttle, chief executive, Tuttle...

  • March 31- Wall Street was set to open little changed on Thursday, the last day of a turbulent quarter for financial markets as investors fled from risk amid concerns about the global economy and a slide in oil prices. Crude oil rose slightly, hovering near $40 a barrel. "Today, we're just in a do-nothing mode and we will wait and see what happens Friday," said Matthew...

  • Brent crude futures were trading 45 cents higher at $39.71 a barrel at 1130 GMT. The front-month contract for U.S. crude futures was flat at $38.32 a barrel, after dropping to $37.57, the lowest since March 16. "The door is open for lower prices," said Hamza Khan, head of commodity strategy with ING.

  • Big questions remain on oil story: Pro

    When will oil begin to see the market balance? Helima Croft of RBC Capital Markets, weighs in on oil's recent rally and explains why she is watching for what comes out of OPEC's April 17th meeting. We need to see inventories begin to move down, says Croft.

  • Brent crude futures fell 45 cents to $38.81 a barrel as of 0823 GMT. The front-month contract for U.S. crude futures was down 65 cents at $37.67 a barrel, after dropping to $37.57, the lowest since March 16. "The door is open for lower prices," said Hamza Khan, head of commodity strategy with ING.