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Jim Cramer sees that Saudi Arabia's launch of military operations in Yemen will have a different impact on oil prices.
The dollar was on track for its biggest one-day gain against the euro in a week on Thursday after traders reestablished bullish bets on the greenback.
Even as crude oil surges, energy stocks actually dipped on Thursday. What's behind the divergence?
Kent Moors, Global Energy Symposium, discusses the effect on oil prices from Saudi Arabia going to war in Yemen.
CNBC's Patti Domm discusses what the market is expecting in anticipation to Friday's report.
Americans "need to understand just how important a threat Yemen can be," says one analyst.
Yemen is but a small producer of crude, so investors should not be overly concerned about the conflict, Francisco Blanch of Bank of America Merrill Lynch told CNBC.
According to the Associated Press, there will now be ground troops moving into Yemen from Saudi Arabia. More insight, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso Cabrera.
A Saudi-led coalition - including the U.S - has launched airstrikes on Yemen as the country, ridden with extremist groups, edges closer to civil war. CNBC recaps the events leading up to that point.
Francisco Blanch, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses geopolitics, emerging markets, and oil prices in relation to Saudi Arabia going to war in Yemen.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, provides his thoughts on oil and the euro.
Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets, provides perspective on the drastic drop in the Dow and whether the Apple trade is crowded
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Brent crude prices rose, after Saudi Arabia began military operations against Yemen. This is a classic proxy war, says Caruso-Cabrera.
With the conflict between Yemen and Saudi Arabia increasing; CNBC's Hadley Gamble and NBC's Ali Arouzi reports on the effects on the countries involved and the markets.
A sudden turn higher by a diverse group of commodities could be an early warning that inflation is about to re-emerge.
Civil strife and terrorism in Yemen could pose a greater threat to the Gulf countries of the Middle East than tumbling oil prices, a major bank said.
Jim Cramer spoke with 3M CEO on how the company has managed to maintain a position of innovation all over the globe.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Volatility on the day, as crude popped to close over $44.
An analysis shows ISIS is the world's richest terror group, owing to a nearly $400 million raid on an Iraqi bank in 2014, NBC reports.
Wall Street widely expects the word "patient" to be dropped from the Fed statement, but there are several other potential bell ringers traders are watching.