Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed to extend output cuts into 2018, but one of OPEC's biggest producers may stand in the way, Helima Croft said.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil prices initially extended gains after a joint announcement by Saudi Arabia and Russia to push for an extension of supply cuts.
American shale oil drillers are expected to raise output again in June, as OPEC and other exporters are poised to extend cuts into 2018.
A global supply glut in liquefied natural gas will persist for the next two to three years, the CEO of state-run oil and gas giant PTT told CNBC.
Lyndon Rive, the founder of SolarCity, will leave electric vehicle maker Tesla in June to turn his hand to starting and running his own unspecified ventures.
The oil market has essentially reached a balance and will continue to accelerate in the near term, the IEA said in its monthly report.
Neil Atkinson, head of the oil industry and markets division at IEA, weighs in on how influential an extension of the OPEC output cut would be on the oil market.
The country's economy may have started the year on a much-worse note than the country's legislature has stated.
Ayesha Aziz Khan, Summit Power International, talks about the projects being carried out to support power plant development in Bangladesh and other emerging markets.
Tetra Pak now uses renewable electricity for over one third of its total yearly consumption.
DCC CEO Tommy Breen speaks about his company's double-digit growth and its acquisition of companies in certain business sectors.
Brett Ewing, First Franklin Financial Services, weighs in on what where oil prices and U.S. markets are headed.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas downgrades Tesla shares to equal weight from overweight due to rising competition from larger tech companies.
Jim Cramer lays out a case for why Beijing may have a bigger impact on your money than the Capitol.
U.S. crude traded solidly above a key technical level after Saudi Arabia and Russia agreed to extend output cuts.
One of the world's most volatile areas is at risk of becoming more explosive.
Oil rose more than 3 percent on Monday after Saudi Arabia and Russia said supply cuts needed to last into 2018.
In what it called a dramatic 10-year trend, the EIA says the U.S. Northeast is using far more natural gas, at the expense of coal.
While both silver and oil have suffered plunges in the past month, there is reason to believe Monday's respective bounces will continue.
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