Oil prices surged, as a weaker dollar encouraged buying but investors remained cautious after Russian production figures.
Oil prices fell after U.S. crude stocks hit an all-time high and official data showed Russian oil production unchanged in February.
Oil prices pared gains, with U.S. futures turning negative, after crude inventories in the US rose to a record high.
Oil dipped on concerns about U.S. crude inventories, but pared losses after a Reuters survey showed OPEC cut oil output further in February.
Money managers upped their bullish U.S. crude futures and options positions to the highest on record.
Oil prices fell on Friday on concerns over rising U.S. supplies and as traders begin to pull out crude barrels from pricey storage.
Oil price gains eased on Thursday after U.S. government data suggested high inventories could undermine OPEC's move to cut output.
U.S. government debt prices edge higher on Wednesday as investors focused on economic data and the latest minutes from the Federal Reserve.
Oil prices fell as analysts forecast U.S. crude stockpiles increased by about 3.3 million barrels last week, its seventh weekly build.
European markets finished roughly flat on Wednesday, after investors waded through a raft of corporate earnings and news from individual stocks.
The dollar will be stronger due to strength in the U.S. economy and the Fed leaning toward contractionary policy, Gartman says.
The investment bank lowered its price forecast for Brent crude through 2022 to an average of $50-$70.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday as traders focused on a host of earnings reports.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter founder, talks about his bullish outlook on oil.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Tuesday as investors eyed fresh economic data after President's Day.
Oil prices rose to near three-week highs on Tuesday after OPEC said it was sticking to its agreement to cut production.
Europe stocks end higher after strong euro zone data; banks weigh as HSBC sinks 6.5%
U.S. stock index futures are poised for a slightly higher open on Tuesday as traders eyed a deluge of earnings reports.
Asia markets traded mixed, while South Korean shares hit highs not seen since mid-2015 during the Tuesday session.