With oil breaking below $37 Tuesday morning, this is where technical analysts see support on the chart.
Nymex oil may have a prolonged sideways consolidation between $38 and $48 but charts suggest that, long-term, it has further to fall.
Retail investors appear to have doubled down on oil as prices for the commodity approach a six-year low.
A barge carrying around 1 million gallons of naptha burst into flames after a collision in the Houston shipping channel, NBC News reports.
Exxon Mobil reports quarterly earnings and revenue that handily topped analysts' expectations.
"We think we're close to a bottom in the oil field services cycle," Kurt Hallead of RBC Capital Markets said.
The DOE proposed to buy up to five million barrels of oil for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, a federal web site showed.
As the strike enters its fourth week, more information is needed to assess its economic impact, one expert said Monday.
One Texas-based CEO explained Friday how very cheap oil could hurt people.
RBC Capital's Helima Croft told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" what she thinks will determine oil's bottom.
Business magnate Warren Buffett said Wednesday he is planting his flag in Western Europe.
The Obama administration will announce Tuesday a proposal to start drilling in Atlantic Coast waters, The New York Times reports.
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple said oil's drop has led to the state's lowest rig count in five years.
Moody's lowered Venezuela's rating from Caa3 to Caa1 on Monday as the country's default risk rises on plummeting oil prices.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says analysts need to cut their oil outlook in order for energy stocks to bottom.
After the steep fall, oil prices will bounce back to about $70 per barrel, according to an industry expert.
Oil investors are paying attention to Civeo's recent plummeting as the drop points to indications of slower oil investments.
U.S. crude futures extended losses after inventories unexpectedly surged last week as imports jumped and refineries maintained output.
Gasoline is once more a wild card for the economy—but this time it's a potential positive because prices could fall sharply.
Consumers will pay the highest Fourth of July gasoline prices in six years, but pump prices would be far higher if not for the oil shale boom.