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West Texas Intermediate futures were trading at $36.75 per barrel at 0105 GMT, down 6 cents from Monday's close. While output from exporters like Russia, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and U.S. shale drillers has been at or near record highs, demand has so far held up strong, preventing oil prices from falling even lower.
Equity markets will be follow oil's lead in the near term, unless U.S. consumer data strengthens, says David Schiegoleit, senior portfolio manager at The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank.
Richard Harris, chief executive of Port Shelter Investment Management, discusses whether Saudi Arabia's 2016 spending cuts are a sign of a larger problem.
Some bears have made the case for $20 oil, as the commodity continues to slide in an oversupplied market, but one expert believes that's unlikely.
The much-awaited Santa rally has evaded the market since the surge in stock prices in the first half of last week.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, discusses if stocks will be able to break out of crude’s grip in 2016.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
China suffered its worst day in a month on declining industrial profits, CNBC's Seema Mody reports.
OptionSellers.com Founder James Cordier weighs the possibility of a Saudi oil production cut in 2016.
*Saudi Arabia posts record budget deficit on oil collapse. They slid more in the New York session, as some traders reckoned the two-day pre-Christmas rebound, where crude rose about $2 a barrel, had been overdone. "Volume isn't great, which is typical for this time of year, and most guys are either flat on their books and positioning themselves for a weaker first...
Natural gas futures bounced back sharply Monday as weather forecasts showed more demand for winter fuel on the horizon.
This year will go down in the record books as the warmest since those books were first kept 135 years ago.
Big changes at Freeport-McMoRan sent shares lower by about 10 percent, but is it Carl Icahn's doing? CNBC's Kate Kelly reports.
Bespoke Weather Chief Meteorologist Jacob Meisel discusses how colder weather might be causing some short covering in natural gas.
Craig Columbus of Tower Square Investment Management says the worst-performing sector in 2015 will be profitable next year.
Oil prices continue to slide in December, settling down over 3 percent on Monday, reports Jackie DeAngelis.
Iraqi forces declared victory after it reclaimed the city of Ramadi from ISIS. The American Enterprise Institute's Mike Rubin, discusses the motivations of ISIS, and the significance of this key victory.
Roth Capital Senior Research Analyst John White weighs in on why oil could have a "glimmer of hope" for a 2016 rebound.
Three predictions for energy in 2016.
Paul Meeks, director of institutional investing at Saturna Capital, joins CNBC Pro for an exclusive interview on Tuesday, Jan. 5.