S., and especially Europe, for markets to really calm and volatility to cool," says market strategist Chris Weston. Nymex crude is +0.2% to $82.86 and Brent is +0.1% to $85.89, but the latter is still headed for a fourth consecutive
widened sharply through 2014 as Marcellus and Utica output continues to outpace takeaway development on the midstream side. Antero sold 59% of its third-quarter production at favorable indexes, including TCO, Chicago, and Nymex .
1% , Paris -0.8% , Frankfurt -0.7% , Milan -0.5% , Madrid-0.3%. U.S. futures: Dow -0.1% , S&P -0.3% , Nasdaq -0.1% . Nymex crude -1.1% to $80.92, Brent -0.9% to $84.64. Post your comment!
small-cap Russell 2000 jumped 1.2%. Intraday strength began fading shortly after noon as crude oil plunged into the pit close; Nymex crude fell 4.6% to settle at $81.84/bbl, its lowest settlement since June 2012 and dragging the energy sector (-1
Further oil price drops would likely be needed for supply to take a hit – or for demand growth to get a lift," the IEA says. Nymex crude is -1.1% at $84.77. ( PR ) ETFs: USO , OIL , UCO , SCO , BNO , DTO , DBO , CRUD , USL , UWTI , UHN , DNO , DWTI
share in Asia," industry expert Olivier Jakob. "They are increasingly giving signs they won’t do it on their own." Nymex crude is -0.3% at $85.51. ETFs: USO , OIL , UCO , SCO , BNO , DTO , DBO , CRUD , USL , UWTI , UHN , DNO , DWTI , SZO
Solar and fuel cell companies are among the biggest decliners on a day that saw NYMEX crude oil prices fall below $85/barrel (they're now slightly above), and Reuters report the Saudi government "will accept
and Wells Fargo. Oil markets remain under pressure on reports that Saudi Arabia has no plans to cut output to boost prices; Nymex crude -1.5% to $84.53, and Brent -2% to $88.39. The bond market is closed for Columbus Day, which is expected
advisor Robert McNally, although that's no longer true. "The market suddenly realizes it is operating without a net." Nymex crude was -1.4% at $84.66 at the time of writing. ETFs: USO , OIL , UCO , SCO , BNO , DTO , DBO , CRUD , USL , UWTI
continues, with little sign of relief in sight. But while Brent Crude is indeed down substantially, Henry Hub, which is the NYMEX price for natural gas, remains buoyant. Over the last few articles I've been highlighting natural gas producers that have