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TOKYO, Jan 13- U.S. oil futures rose on Wednesday for the first time in eight days, pulling further back from the widely watched $30- per-barrel level breached the previous session, after industry data showed crude stocks unexpectedly fell last week. On Tuesday, it fell 97 cents to close at $30.44 a barrel, after touching a low of $29.93, which was last seen in December...
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Mike Khouw, President & Chief Strategist, Optimize Advisors, looks at implied dividend cuts in the energy space.
The Fast Money traders discuss the companies they think are dead or alive at $30 oil.
Societe Generale Managing Director Larry McDonald takes a look at which oil stocks are most in trouble with $30 oil.
Jeff Zients, assistant to the president for economic policy, addresses the latest market conditions, oil and the economy.
In the days before oil fell below $30, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought 2.5 million shares of an oil giant.
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While some bullish market watchers argue that oil's hit a bottom, this pro says that oil's poised for more lows.
HOUSTON, Jan 12- Hopes for a recovery in oil prices evaporated further on Tuesday as long-dated futures contracts fell even more to show oil will stay stuck below $50 a barrel until 2022.. The December 2017 West Texas Intermediate futures contract slid by more than 3 percent, or $1.29 a barrel on Tuesday, to settle at $42.20 a barrel, while the December 2018 contract...
CRUDE OIL FUTURES PARE LOSSES AFTER API REPORTS SURPRISING DRAW IN CRUDE INVENTORY.
CRUDE OIL FUTURES SETTLE AT $30.44 A BARREL, DOWN 97 CENTS, OR 3.1 PCT.
*WTI crude breaks $30 a barrel. NEW YORK, Jan 12- Oil prices tumbled again on Tuesday with U.S. crude diving briefly below $30 a barrel, taking down energy shares and undercutting a rally in stocks. "I do think oil is a major driver," said Brad McMillan, chief investment officer for Commonwealth Financial in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Jason Pride, Glenmede director of investment strategy, says returns on stocks will probably be muted this year and investors should be picky about what they buy.
"We think that the market generally underestimates how profitable search is," Oakmark portfolio manager Bill Nygren told CNBC.
Standard Chartered downgraded its oil outlook, calling for $10 oil. CNBC's Kate Kelly discusses oil bonds and stocks.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on bold calls about oil prices including bank Standard Chartered calling for $10 oil.
Anish Kapadia, managing director & senior research analyst at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. explains why companies are outspending in order to pay dividends, even as oil hovers around $30.
Adam Longson, Morgan Stanley Head of Energy Commodity Research, explains why oil could go even lower.
Number one integrated oil analyst Doug Terreson talks safe bets as oil continues to fall.