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*Concluding meeting for Iran deal expected at 0800 GMT- media. *Iran would take many months to fully ramp up oil exports. SINGAPORE, July 14- Oil prices dipped early on Tuesday as the market awaited an announcement on a nuclear deal between Iran and six global powers that could see an easing of sanctions against Tehran and a gradual increase of its oil exports.
Austin Long, Assistant Professor at Columbia School of International and Public Affairs, believes the P5+1 will likely lift the arms embargo to get a deal that could unveil Iran's nuclear ambitions.
John Canally, Investment Strategist and Economist at LPL Financial, is expecting further downside for oil prices.
John Canally, Investment Strategist and Economist at LPL Financial, explains why Greece still faces long-term structural problems.
As oil slid on speculation of an Iran nuclear deal, Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" said one group could be a big beneficiary.
Californians are feeling pain at the pump, but the rest of the country doesn't have to worry about gasoline prices soaring, analyst Tom Kloza says.
With an Iran deal expected soon, RBC Capital Market's Helima Croft answers whether now is the time to worry about oil.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
The MarkWest Energy and MPLX merger could be the one of many deals to come in the oil sector, analyst Neal Dingmann said Monday.
Oil production from the largest U.S. shale plays will plunge in August for a fourth consecutive month, forecasts from the U.S. Energy Information Administration showed on Monday. Energy firms fired thousands of workers and cut back on new drilling after U.S. crude futures collapsed 60 percent from over $107 a barrel in June 2014 to near $42 in March on oversupply...
Gas in California is spiking to more than $4 a gallon. Discussing the price at the pump on the west coast versus the east coast, with Tom Kloza, Oil Price Information Services.
MPLX bought natural gas processor MarkWest Energy for about $15.8 billion. Neal Dingmann, Suntrust Robinson Humphrey energy analyst, discusses deals in the energy space.
Discussing the likelihood of a deal on Iran's nuclear program by the end of summer, and the state of oil production around the world, Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets.
Iran media sources are reporting there will not be a deal tonight. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis is watching the reaction in energy prices.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on rising gas prices in California, and when they could come down.
UBS analysts say there is value in some segments of China right now but with all the volatility, now is not the time to buy in.
The "Futures Now" team discusses what's driving the price of oil higher as the deadline for an Iran deal nears.
NEW YORK, July 13- Oil prices came off their lows on Monday after a Tehran official indicated the Islamic Republic might miss another deadline in securing a nuclear deal integral to lifting Western sanctions on its crude exports. Brent crude futures were down 10 cents at $58.63 a barrel by 12:23 p.m. EDT, after plumbing a session low at $56.84.
BRENT CRUDE TURNS POSITIVE AFTER IRAN MEDIA REPORTS TEHRAN OFFICIAL ZARIF AS SAYING NUCLEAR TALKS WILL NOT END BY MONDAY.
"I'm excited about this deal because it says, 'There's a pulse here. Don't give up the ship,'" CNBC's Jim Cramer said.