A seasonal event that happens every year may be what finally pushes oil prices to rock bottom.
David Hewitt, co-head of global oil & gas equity research at Credit Suisse, discusses the possibility of oil prices falling to $30 a barrel.
Increased pumping by OPEC as Chinese demand appears to be slackening could drive oil to the lowest prices since the peak of the financial crisis.
Insight to the stability of Saudi Arabia's economy, with Greg Priddy, Eurasia Group.
Russian foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, is to meet Saudi Arabian counterpart on Tuesday, with talks expected to be based on energy and the Middle East.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks ahead at where oil and precious metals are likely headed next week.
The oil market is setting up for a prolonged period of low prices.
Analysts say oil market fundamentals are very bearish, and it would not be surprising to see crude take a temporary dive into the $30s per barrel in the next several months.
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, discusses how cheap crude prices are impacting oil-focused economies and whether prices are headed lower from here.
Oil prices have now broken below many Wall Street targets and look set to test the year's lows and beyond, before finding a bottom.
Jim Cramer opens up his chest of knowledge to explain the real catalyst behind what drives a stock to explode on earnings.
The Iran nuclear deal could help stabilize oil prices and even give them a boost, says Nasdaq's Tamar Essner. But here's what has to happen first.
Turmoil in the Middle East, an unimpressive international stock market debut and tumbling oil prices will hit the wealth of Saudi Arabia's richest in years to come, according to a new report from WealthInsight.
U.S. oil futures closed below the psychologically important $50 level—possibly signaling more declines to come and a retest of the March lows.
Defense secretary Ash Carter arrives in Saudi Arabia for scheduled meetings with King Salman; one of Indonesia's busiest international airports closes due to a volcanic eruption; and McDonald's could start offering all day breakfast, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
With U.S. refineries running at record levels, the global oil glut is turning into a fuel glut.
European and Asian business could pour into Iran if sanctions are lifted, but U.S. law would keep most Americans on the sidelines.
James Acton, Co-director of the Nuclear Policy Program at Carnegie Endowment, explains why Tuesday's nuclear deal is better than existing alternatives.
Margaret Patel, Portfolio Manager at Wells Fargo Funds Management, says incremental supply from Iran is likely to be a catalyst for lower oil prices going forward.
Matt Smith, Director of Commodity Research at ClipperData, says sanctions against Tehran won't be lifted until December so until then, Iranian crude won't be hitting export markets.