Oil rose on Monday, after futures traders increased their bets on a renewed price upswing even though physical markets remain bloated.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Just 3 out of 26 energy technology categories the International Energy Agency tracks are on pace to help meet global climate goals.
David Bianco, Deutsche Bank, discusses other opportunities in the market as the tech sector lags.
"Few people know that we started Tesla when GM forcibly recalled all electric cars from customers in 2003," Musk wrote on Twitter.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on early morining trading in the oil patch as Brent and WTI prices rebound.
American oil exports are surging thanks to low prices for U.S. crude, but rising output elsewhere could rein in shipments, Matt Smith said.
Kairat Kelimbetov, Astana International Financial Centre, talks about the country's ambitions to become a regional financial services hub.
The oil market is likely to move into balance by the first quarter of 2018, said Russia's energy minister Alexander Novak on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said that oil stock should drop faster in the next three-to-four months, and that longer-term, more oil from his country is heading to the United States.
iiTrader senior market strategist Bill Baruch breaks down three key market themes for Friday.
Oil prices rose on Friday, bouncing a bit from steep falls earlier in the week.
Frank Troise, SoHo Capital, and Chris Brankin, TD Ameritrade Asia, talk about the role of the U.S. in the standoff between GCC states and Qatar.
An overlooked line in Mike Flynn's financial disclosure form revealed a plan with Russia to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East, Newsweek reports.
Jim Cramer delves into the complicated problems plaguing the once-lauded construction company Chicago Bridge & Iron.
The "Power Lunch" desks talks about Apple's stock tumbling 3 percent and the bump in S&P biotech and energy shares.
U.S. crude oil prices fall, pushing the commodity closer to technical levels that could trigger a sharp downturn.
Elon Musk says people betting against Tesla intensely the want the company to fail.
The rating agency bumped BP up one notch to A1 and said the London-based company's outlook was positive.
Qatar's diplomatic crisis with its Middle Eastern neighbors may spur natural gas buyers to seek greater diversification in sourcing.
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