Helima Croft of RBC Capital Markets and Michal Meidan of Energy Aspects discuss how Iran may react to the OPEC output freeze.
Iran says it could support any effort to stabilize oil prices, including cooperation between OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble says Saudi Arabia's decision to freeze oil output at January levels helps its relationship with Russia.
Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed to freeze oil output levels but markets were not impressed. Here's the simple reasons why.
Traders will watch Wednesday to see whether oil and stocks can continue to diverge.
Getting Russia and Saudi Arabia together for oil output negotiations was a big feat, explains ANZ's Daniel Hynes.
Clipperdata's Matt Smith explains why the Saudi Arabian-Russian proposal to freeze production is not a game changer.
Four big world oil producers opened the door to an output freeze, but Oil Price Information Service's Tom Kloza tells CNBC such a deal seems unlikely.
With headlines around the Saudi Arabia and Russia output freeze, the oil market is still under pressure, says Paul Sankey of Wolfe Research.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela would lead an effort to freeze output at January levels, but Iran had yet to be convinced.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela lead an effort to freeze output at January levels.
After a rip-roaring week, Wall Street should be in better spirits when it gets back to work Tuesday.
Two things will change the dynamics for oil prices, explains John Hofmeister, former Shell Oil USA President.
Winds that hinted at partially reversing the oil price rout appear to be dying down. A number of experts now see 2016 as another waiting game.
The head of Rosneft floated the idea of an output cut by oil-producing countries to prop up sagging prices but fell short of saying whether Moscow take part.
Oil prices rose sharply in Asian trade on Wednesday on glimmers of hope of a producer cut-back and after a steep sell-off overnight.
Iran's oil minister said Tehran was ready to negotiate with Saudi Arabia over the conditions in oil markets, Iran's Press TV reported.
Here are the countries that are most resilient to the impact of oil prices—and those hit hardest.
Syria will resist any incursion and send the aggressors home "in coffins," its foreign minister said, in comments aimed at Sunni Arab countries.
Saudi Arabia, Russia and other countries that heavily rely on oil revenues are getting more desperate, oil expert Daniel Yergin tells CNBC.