NEW YORK (Bloomberg) -- Oil headed for its first weekly increase since last month as rebounding equity markets eased concern about economic growth and a weakening dollar boosted the allure of commodities priced in the U.S. currency. …
NEW YORK (DTN) -- New York Mercantile Exchange oil futures settled near one-week highs Friday ahead of the three-day weekend break. Strong demand for crude by refiners in the Gulf Coast and Memphis continue to draw down supply at …
Brent is up nearly 3 percent for the week after a decline of more than 8 percent last week. "Oil is getting support from a rebound in global stock markets and a weak …
Oil prices are higher as a rebound in the global equities market and a weak US dollar supported crude's recovery from last week's slide. Global stocks rallied for …
For the full year, Marathon Oil forecasts sale-ready output from the combined United States and International E&P segments to average 390,000 to 410,000 net …
Oil slid to a two-week low and headed for its longest losing streak in two months as a plunge in global equities dragged other markets lower. Crude futures in New York fell a third day, sliding as much as 1.6 percent. Stock indexes from …
In commodities, U.S. crude futures were up 0.35 percent at $60.82 per barrel after prices surged the previous day as U.S. crude stocks rose less than expected and Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said major oil producers would prefer …
U.S. stocks capped their best five-day run since 2011, extending a global rally as equities rebounded from the worst of this month’s correction. The dollar slumped to a three-year low and oil rallied. The S&P 500 topped the 2,700 level and the …