Oil is headed back to the $30s, says trader Anthony Grisanti. Here's why he thinks the recent rally won't hold.
The oil crash of 2014-2015 may trigger a wave of democratization in crude-exporting countries across the world, Renaissance Capital said on Tuesday.
Roberto Azevedo, Director-General of WTO, speaks about anti-trade election rhetoric, the difficulty of forming trade deals and stresses in South America.
In Venezuela, Anatoly Kurmanaev, Wall Street Journal, describes the streets of Caracas amid protests against the nation's government.
The Venezuelan military will have everything to lose if the government falls, says Oxford Economics' Carlos de Sousa.
Brazil's Senate ousted President Dilma Rousseff on Wednesday, ending an impeachment process that polarized Latin America's biggest country.
Ahead of a large protest scheduled for this Thursday, a leader of the opposition has been imprisoned in Venezuela. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports.
Venezuela and Iran are continuing to seek consensus on ways to stabilize oil markets, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says.
Though some predict oil will rise to $60 this year, consultant Andy Lipow says the market is acting more like the movie "Groundhog Day."
Preliminary data from the American Petroleum Institute showed a surprise build in U.S. gasoline stocks.
Saudi Arabia just made it much more likely that OPEC and other oil producers will take action if crude prices weaken.
Venezuela issued a decree that "effectively amounts to forced labor" in an attempt to stabilize a food shortage, says an Amnesty International report.
Colombia's oil-reliant economy appears to be navigating global uncertainty that has hammered places like Venezuela and Brazil.
As his country's economy implodes around him, Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro has resorted to what may be a last-ditch effort to stay in power.
Does the elevation of a military man to the number two position in the government show the military is trying to take control of the government? Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports.
Citigroup shares rose nearly 2.5 percent after the global bank said its unit would cease the servicing of certain accounts in Venezuela.
Canadian and Nigerian oil supply is returning but is offset by pockets of geopolitical risk around the world, says ClipperData's Matt Smith.
Analysts discussed the outcomes they believe will result from Maduro's approach to dealing with the Venezuelan crisis.
That gap in price forecasts is important. If an investor believes oil prices will peak next year, the case for buying into energy stocks becomes more urgent.
An alarming number of Venezuelans say they do not have money to buy enough food, according to the most recent assessment of living standards by Simón Bolívar University.