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  • Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross is among the players predicting oil will languish in the mid-$30s after the Doha summit ended without a deal.

  • SINGAPORE, April 18- Gold rose on Monday as oil producers' failure to agree on an output freeze sent crude prices and equities tumbling, stoking safe haven demand for bullion. *Spot gold rose 0.3 percent to $1,237.60 an ounce by 0036 GMT. *A deal to freeze oil output by OPEC and non- OPEC producers fell apart on Sunday after Saudi Arabia demanded that Iran join in despite...

  • MELBOURNE, April 18- London copper eased on Monday, tracking sharply lower oil prices after a meeting of producers in Doha failed to reach a deal to trim supply, undermining cost support for metals. *Shanghai Futures Exchange copper fell 0.2 percent to 36,910 yuan a tonne in Friday's late session. *A deal to freeze oil output by OPEC and non- OPEC producers fell apart...

  • *Crude oil futures dive more than 5 percent after no deal at Doha. *Nikkei skids as investors assess Kumamoto quake impact. Some 18 oil exporting nations had gathered in the Qatari capital of Doha to try to agree to stabilize output at January levels until October 2016.

  • Trading oil

    Oil prices are likely to move into the mid-$30s a barrel range, says Swiss Asia Capital Singapore's MD and CIO, Juerg Kiener.

  • No deal for Doha meeting

    The lack of an output freeze agreement will push Brent down to the mid-$30s a barrel this week, says IHS Energy Insight's vice president, Victor Shum.

  • Market Overview: PBOC, Doha meeting, Fed rates

    PBOC is driving the market's direction and it's futile to fight China's central bank, says Leonteq Securities Singapore's managing director, Frank Troise.

  • Nigerian oil minister Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu (C) arrives for the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) meeting, in the Qatari capital Doha, on April 17, 2016.

    U.S. oil prices pared losses after a workers' strike in Kuwait slashed the country's oil output by more than half.

  • *Talks could be revived in June after OPEC meeting. DOHA, April 17- A deal to freeze oil output by OPEC and non- OPEC producers fell apart on Sunday after Saudi Arabia demanded that Iran join in despite calls on Riyadh to save the agreement and help prop up crude prices. But OPEC's de facto leader Saudi Arabia told participants it wanted all OPEC members to take part in...

  • A Shell Oil facility in Carson, California

    Oil producers' Doha meeting aimed at a deal to freeze output hit last-minute trouble Sunday amid fresh tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran, sources said.

  • Doha, Qatar prepares to host the Oil Producing Countries Ministerial Meeting on Aug. 17th, 2016.

    Iran's top central banker told CNBC that asking Iran to freeze output right now is unfair.

  • Doha, Qatar.

    Did the Doha meeting of oil producing countries end before it even began? Not necessarily.

  • A Shell Oil facility in Carson, California

    Iran will not attend a meeting about freezing oil output levels scheduled for Sunday in Doha, Qatar, two sources familiar with the situation said.

  • Ali bin Ibrahim Al-Naimi

    Citi's Ed Morse joined CNBC to discuss the possible outcomes of the long-awaited Doha meeting this weekend.

  • Mad Money 1

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer unveiled the stocks to scoop up next week, as he expects oil to be in control of the market.

  • Saudi Arabia, Arab man standing next to gas burning off from oil well.

    Ahead of the Doha meeting RBC's Helima Croft and John Kilduff discuss the Saudis and the Iranian's ability to impact a deal.

  • What matters more: Oil or earnings?

    Fast Money's Steve Grasso takes a look at oil vs. the S&P 500 index.

  • The Week Ahead

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.

  • Doha doubt weighs on oil

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the oil market closing for the week ahead of the Doha meeting.

  • Citi's Ed Morse: Expect sharp oil selloff if no deal in Doha

    Ed Morse, Citigroup, expects a sharp selloff in oil prices if no credible deal is reached in Doha.