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Energy Markets Are Watching U.S-China Trade Talks

Energy Markets Are Watching U.S-China Trade Talks

As U.S.-China trade talks continue, energy markets are looking for any signal that might add volatility to the crude markets.

Does the Market Have the Right Type of Oil?

Does the Market Have the Right Type of Oil?

It appears it may not, as supplies of heavy oil are becoming short even as there is an excess of light sweet oil.

Why Oil Is Going to Stay Around $55 a Barrel

Why Oil Is Going to Stay Around $55 a Barrel

Kenny Polcari, managing principal at Butcher Joseph Asset Management, says that oil will be staying around $55 to $60 a barrel.

Here's Why Oil Prices Are Going Higher

Here's Why Oil Prices Are Going Higher

Savvy investors should consider oil and oil stocks, which look set to surge.

A Global Tour of Crude Oil: Which Countries Matter Most?

A Global Tour of Crude Oil: Which Countries Matter Most?

A quick view of the most important countries in the crude oil world in order of their hold over price movement.

How Gold Mining Merger Mania Is Here to Stay

How Gold Mining Merger Mania Is Here to Stay

Merger mania sweeping the gold mining sector isn't a flash in the pan - it's likely just begun.

These Countries Produce the Most Plastic Waste

These Countries Produce the Most Plastic Waste

Despite well-managed waste streams, the U.S. alone produces a whopping 275,000 tons of plastic litter each year, litter that can end up in rivers and oceans.

The Leading Causes of Death in the World

The Leading Causes of Death in the World

As living standards improve, life expectancy is increasing and the most common causes of death have changed over time.

Market Movers: Trade War Review

Trade truce vs. Fed rhetoric

Teva Pharmaceuticals CEO Talks "Trough Year", 2020 Turnaround

Teva Pharmaceuticals CEO Talks "Trough Year", 2020 Turnaround

Teva's CEO explains why 2019 is a trough year for the Israeli pharma company.