Findings from U.S. intelligence agency would counter Saudi Arabia's explanation for Khashoggi's death, which has changed over time.
Saudi Arabia is loading fewer barrels on ships bound for the United States, a tactic the kingdom used last year to amplify the impact of coordinated production cuts with OPEC and Russia.
Gareth Nicholson of Bank of Singapore says "a lot of the blame" for movements in the oil market needs to be put on the U.S. because Washington put pressure on OPEC countries to keep production levels up.
CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports on new sanctions from the Treasury Department against 17 people involved in the killing of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Arabia convinced oil producers to hike output ahead of tough U.S. sanctions on Iran, but the Trump administration ultimately allowed some of the Islamic Republic's biggest customers to keep importing its crude.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reports on Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor announcing the death penalty for five suspects in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Aramco may consider spinning off its growing downstream division, but it needs to complete its planned acquisition of a strategic stake in Saudi petrochemical maker SABIC first, strategists say.
NEW YORK/ DUBAI Nov 14- Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund PIF is exploring the acquisition of up to a $700 million stake in Legendary Entertainment, the U.S. movie studio behind films such as " Jurassic World" and "Interstellar," according to people familiar with the matter. Such pushback would be the latest illustration of how fallout from Khashoggi's death is...
OPEC officials quickly sought to reassure energy market participants on Wednesday, as oil prices fluctuated wildly ahead of a much-anticipated meeting between the influential oil cartel and its allied partners in early December.
Matt Smith of ClipperData joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the plunge of crude oil prices.
ABU DHABI, Nov 14- Abu Dhabi National Oil Co will remain wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi government and has no plan to go public, but the firm aspires to compete with Big Oil by expanding in refining and gas, ADNOC's CEO told Reuters. "ADNOC will continue to be wholly owned by one and only one shareholder, and that is the Abu Dhabi government," al-Jaber said.
The number of foreign students heading to U.S. colleges and universities fell again last year, the second straight decline after more than a decade of growth, a new report finds.
LONDON, Nov 13- European shares recovered on Tuesday after feeling the strain of a tech rout on Wall Street, while the dollar lost momentum as hopes mounted for a de-escalation in the Sino-U.S. tariff war. Fears of a peak in corporate earnings growth, softening global demand and rising interest rates in the United States have put investors on edge in the past month.
OPEC continued to lower its forecast for oil demand in its latest monthly report, issuing its fourth consecutive downward revision to consumption growth for 2019.
An audio tape of Jamal Khashoggi's killing may not implicate Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to Donald Trump's National Security Advisor.
SINGAPORE, Nov 13- The United States will step up enforcement of sanctions on Iran, national security adviser John Bolton said on Tuesday, as Tehran tries to find ways to evade the restrictions in oil trade and in banking. The United States announced reinstatement of sanctions earlier this month as the Trump administration tries to force Iran to curb its nuclear...
Jeremy Hunt is the first British minister to visit Saudi Arabia since the killing, said its results had to be reviewed before deciding on any consequences.
Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, chairman of DP World and Virgin Hyperloop One, says the two companies have "synergy" because both businesses deal with speed.
BAGHDAD, Nov 12- While Saudi Arabia courted Iraqi leaders behind closed doors at the weekend, its arch-foe Iran made a more public showing by turning out at the Baghdad International Fair, a shop window for business in Iraq. If the region's most bitter rivalry was expected to be on display- last year dozens of Saudi companies also took part- it was an indication of how...
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has become the first Western leader to acknowledge his country's intelligence agencies have listened to recordings of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.