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Venezuela launches a new oil-backed digital currency Tuesday, in a move the government hopes will help pull it out of an economic crisis.
The millions of Venezuelans fleeing their crisis-torn nation may soon overshadow the number of Syrian refugees, according to an economist.
Weekly patterns on US oil trading show how the market has assessed fundamentals.
The head of Russia's $10 billion investment fund has nothing but praise for Saudi Arabia, citing economic diplomacy as the catalyst for improved relations between the two countries.
The risk banks face within the oil and gas sector is currently "contained," but the outlook remains far from certain, he said.
Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist says President Trump won't risk his popularity by raising the gas tax so close to the next election.
Through the Belt and Road Initiative, China's Arctic policy poses a challenge, not a threat, to the U.S. according to experts.
Saudi Arabia will keep its crude exports below 7 million barrels per day in March, the Saudi energy minister said.
The U.S. will soon surpass OPEC to become the most influential player in the energy market, according to an analyst.
Phillips 66 said it will buy back shares worth $3.28 billion from a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary.
The relentless rise of U.S. shale growth could soon spark a dramatic change of policy from leading oil producers, according to the IEA.
BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley said Monday that he was “very comfortable” with oil prices at their current levels.
BP is committed to staying headquartered in Britain, its CEO Bob Dudley told CNBC on Monday.
The recent uptick in oil prices is yet to convince investors that current levels will be sustainable, Goldman Sachs says.
In a statement Sunday, the ministry said Greek Cypriots were disregarding the "inalienable rights on natural resources" of Turkish Cypriots and jeopardizing the region's stability.
Jim Cramer finds bull and bear cases in the Dow Jones industrial average's biggest losers from the week's sell-off.
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