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  • Ripple effects of coal crush Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 2:14 PM ET
    Ripple effects of coal crush

    Nat gas overtaking coal for power generation which means tough times for coal may be getting even tougher. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.

  • Iran capable of adding $1M barrels/day: Gheit Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 1:10 PM ET
    An oil tanker is seen off the port of Bandar Abbas, southern Iran.

    Fadel Gheit, Oppenheimer senior energy analyst, weighs in the Iran deal and how low oil can go.

  • The US businesses that win on the Iran deal Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 1:42 PM ET
    A view of a petrochemical complex in Assaluyeh on Iran's Persian Gulf coast.

    International energy, financial and manufacturing firms all stand to gain from lifted Iranian sanctions.

  • Future looks good for these sectors: Pro Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 1:08 PM ET
    Future looks good for these sectors: Pro

    Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management chief investment strategist, and Mark Tepper, Strategic Wealth Partners president, discuss whether earnings season can push the market higher as stocks are on track for a fourth day of gains.

  • Iran deal winners Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 1:01 PM ET
    Iran deal winners

    It may take weeks or months for the money to start flowing but speculation has begun about who will get into the Islamic Republic first. CNBC's Morgan Brennan provides insight.

  • How Texas has dealt with oil’s decline: Governor Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 12:35 PM ET
    Floor hands make a pipe connection on the drill string on the Orion Perseus drilling rig near Encinal in Webb County, Texas.

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott discusses how the state has moved forward despite lower oil prices.

  • Best way to play oil? Auto parts: Gabelli Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 12:27 PM ET
    Best way to play oil? Auto parts: Gabelli

    I have a lot of money invested in the users of oil, says Mario Gabelli, Gabelli Funds CEO, providing his trade on oil.

  • Futures Now: Trader says sell oil on the spike Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 12:26 PM ET
    Futures Now: Trader says sell oil on the spike

    The Futures Now team discusses the best way to play the energy field on the heels of Iran's nuclear deal.

  • *JPMorgan profit beats estimates; Wells Fargo revenue misses. Twitter jumped as much as 8.5 percent to $38.82 after a report, purportedly from Bloomberg, that the company was made a $31 billion offer. Micron jumped as much as 12.4 percent and was the biggest gainer on the S&P 500. China's state-backed Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd is preparing a $23 billion bid for the U.S....

  • *Nuclear deal reached between Iran, global powers. NEW YORK, July 14- Stock markets worldwide rose modestly on Tuesday after a landmark nuclear deal between Tehran and six global powers left sanctions on Iran in place for now, spurring gains in energy shares, while expectations for weak corporate results capped U.S. share gains. The deal, which is set to ease...

  • Iran deal: What's next for oil? Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 11:30 AM ET
    Iran deal: What's next for oil?

    Neil Atkinson, head of analysis at Lloyd's List Intelligence, explains why there won't be a surge in Iranian exports for at least several months.

  • Here's how Iran deal impacts oil markets Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 11:08 AM ET
    Workers perform maintenance on an oil pumping unit, also known as a 'nodding donkey'.

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest action in oil in reaction to the historic Iran deal.

  • US STOCKS-Wall St slightly higher as oil prices recover Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 10:20 AM ET

    *JPMorgan profit beats estimates; Wells Fargo revenue misses. U.S. companies are expected to report their worst sales decline in nearly six years when they post second-quarter results, while earnings are expected to have fallen 2.9 percent, according to Thomson Reuters estimates data. "The focus is shifting from macro factors to micro as we head into earnings...

  • Could see rebound in US oil production: Pro Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 10:05 AM ET
    Could see rebound in US oil production: Pro

    Edward Morse, Citi Global Commodities Research, provides his outlook on oil prices and supplies.

  • This is what the Iran deal means for oil Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 12:48 PM ET

    Oil prices reversed themselves and moved higher despite a historic nuclear deal that traders feared could flood the market with Iranian crude.

  • Never mind Iran. Oil price is going nowhere: Citi Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 12:51 PM ET
    A worker at the China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec) Yanshan refinery escorts journalists in Beijing.

    Citigroup's head of commodities research said traders shouldn't expect much net price movement in crude futures despite Iran's nuclear deal.

  • *Brent crude slides nearly 2 percent after Iran nuclear deal. LONDON, July 14- Oil prices dropped, pushing commodity-linked shares and currencies lower on Tuesday, after Iran and six world powers reached a historic nuclear deal expected to increase the supply of Iranian crude on world markets. "Even with a historic deal, oil from Iran will take time to return, and...

  • Why the Middle East won’t cheer the Iran deal Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 7:04 AM ET
    A man stands by a billboard with a picture of the world and Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock, as Iranians march in a Qods (Jerusalem) Day rally, an annual anti-Israel event, in Tehran, Iran, on July 10, 2015.

    With the ink barely dry on the Iran nuclear deal, Saudi Arabia, and its historic enemy, Israel ,are not likely to be cheering.

  • July 14- U.S. stock index futures mostly fell on Tuesday as investor focus shifted from Greece to the U.S. earnings season and as oil prices took a beating on expectations of increased supply after an Iran nuclear deal. *Iran and six world powers reached a deal under which sanctions imposed by the United States, European Union and United Nations would be lifted in...

  • 'Worst of both worlds' pushing oil lower: Pro Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015 | 6:50 AM ET
    Stephen Davis

    Supply is moving up more than it should and demand it weaker, says Stephen Davis, Signal Analytics CEO, providing his outlook on oil.