Charles Whall, Investec Asset Management portfolio manager, discusses the OPEC meeting of oil ministers in Vienna and the likelihood that a deal will be reached.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick reports from the OPEC meeting in Vienna on the likelihood of a production deal.
In a corner of the prolific Bakken shale play in North Dakota, oil companies can now pump crude at a price almost as low as that enjoyed by OPEC giants Iran and Iraq.
Asia stocks traded mixed, with oil prices in focus after fresh doubts over an OPEC production deal sent prices tumbling on Tuesday.
JBC Energy Founder, Johannes Benigni, weighs in on where he thinks oil prices are heading in the coming year.
JBC Energy Founder, Johannes Benigni, gives his thoughts on what to expect out of OPEC from its latest meeting in Vienna, and whether there will be a cut.
United Arab Emirates oil minister, Suhail al Mazroui tells CNBC that the oil market will eventually correct itself.
Financial markets are on edge Wednesday as OPEC wavers on a plan announced nearly two months ago to cut crude oil output.
Speaking in Vienna, CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick discusses the likelihood of OPEC reaching a consensus on its oil output.
United Arab Emirates Oil Minister, Suhail al Mazroui, talks about the barriers facing OPEC at present, and what the oil cartel wants to achieve at the meeting.
OPEC member countries are posturing, but a deal is likely to be made, says David Hewitt at Credit Suisse.
Signs are improving but still below trend in both the oil markets and the economy, says Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss.
An OPEC agreement will be reached, but it remains to be seen how significant its terms are, says Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities.
Lower oil prices would benefit Asia, says Norman Chan, CIO at Oreana Private Wealth.
Dan Murphy looks at the implications of Donald Trump's energy policies, which aim for total U.S. energy independence.
Chances are OPEC will reach an output cut deal in Vienna, says Citigroup's Tim Evans, even as the difficulties involved in working out terms remain.
Kathy Lien, MD at BK Asset Management, says that commodity-linked currencies will squeeze higher if an OPEC output cut agreement goes through.
Stocks closed higher on Tuesday, led by health care, as investors digested falling oil prices ahead of a key OPEC meeting.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
OPEC is crushing oil prices, and while an immediate drop to $42 per barrel could be in the cards, prices could drop even further.