Oil touched a one-week high as traders weighed conflicting supply signals from Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela.
Traders are bracing for a reimposition of U.S. sanctions on Iran that could disrupt oil exports by OPEC’s third-largest producer.
Brent crude climbed above $60 a barrel for the first time in more than two years amid optimism that OPEC will extend its supply-restraint deal and indications...
Oil advanced as the dollar weakened against its peers, spurring a rally in raw materials.
Brent oil is headed for its biggest weekly gain since 2009 after OPEC approved its first supply cut in eight years, with attention now shifting to compliance...
Oil speculators headed for the sidelines as OPEC members prepare to discuss freezing output in the face of signs the supply glut will linger.
Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest oil exporter, lowered the pricing terms for Arab light crude sold to Asia by the most in 10 months, signaling Saudi Arabia...
Oil rose to a four-month high in London ahead of a meeting in Doha this month where producers will discuss output freeze.
Oil traded above $41 a barrel after terrorist attacks in Brussels, amid forecasts that U.S. crude supplies climbed from an 86-year high.
Speculators became the most bullish on oil since June as a meeting of major producers next month may yield an agreement to cap output.
For leading U.S. shale oil producers, $40 is the new $70.
Crude oil advanced as investors Wednesday reassessed the reasons for a drop in futures to a 12-year low.
Investors are losing faith in an oil-price recovery next year as Iran prepares to add more crude to a global glut.
Oil climbed a second day after tumbling to a six-year low amid signs the U.S. may allow unfettered crude exports for the first time in 40 years.
Oil hit its highest level in nearly four years as a slowdown in American drilling added to concern over supply losses from Iran and Venezuela, with crude...