Exxon shareholders vote to approve climate-change report despite corporate opposition.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil prices fell on Wednesday on news that Libyan output was recovering from a technical issue at an oilfield.
Traders are making bets against OPEC and Russia's ability to stabilize the oil market.
Jim Cramer revealed which company is putting its best face forward in the space and bucking the retail downtrend.
The president's threat to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris accord on climate change would deal a blow to the global treaty.
Exxon shareholders approved a proposal calling for the company to disclose the impact on its business of climate change guidelines.
Instead of whiffing on the Paris accord, Trump should double down, says Prof. Joseph Holt.
U.S. President Donald Trump has decided to withdraw from the Paris climate accord, Axios news outlet reported on Wednesday.
As Russia's economy show signs of improving, its finance ministry remains positive on the outlook yet doesn't expect to let its guard down just yet.
The UN secretary general has restated the importance of the Paris Agreement in a speech.
Goldman's purchase of Venezuelan bonds is a problem optically and ethically, a former managing director at the firm told CNBC on Tuesday.
Julio Borges suggested Goldman Sachs would not be paid back after it purchased state oil giant PDVSA's distressed debt.
Moody’s raised the outlook for Singapore banks to stable from negative on Wednesday, citing stabilizing commodity prices and improving growth conditions.
Autonomous and shared technology will create sky-high transportation demand that will keep gasoline in demand.
Goldman Sachs has downgraded its estimations for oil prices for this year, citing a potential rise in shale gas production, new projects and OPEC restrictions.
Three Mile Island, site of the United States' worst commercial nuclear power accident, will shut down the plant in 2019 without a financial rescue from Pennsylvania.
Oil prices fell on signs of resurgent Libyan output and concerns that production cuts by exporting nations won't be enough to drain a glut.
Global demand for electric vehicles will surge during the next few decades, but gasoline is probably not going away soon, said a new research note from Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas.
Venezuela's National Assembly leader threatened a later government may refuse to pay $2.8 billion in bonds that Goldman recently purchased.
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