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By John Caiazzo | April 11, 2016
By Simon Falush, Reuters | April 7, 2016
Oil fell on Thursday as rising exports from Iraq underlined the global oversupply situation, outweighing the effects of a surprise fall in U.S. inventories the previous day.
By Libby George, Reuters | March 31, 2016
Oil futures rebounded from early losses on Thursday but the recovery was muted as the market's focus switched back to signs of growing oil stocks.
By Amanda Cooper, Reuters | March 29, 2016
Oil prices fell on Tuesday, reflecting growing concerns that a two-month rally may be in danger of fizzling, while analysts forecast another rise to record levels for U.S. crude stockpiles.
By Nigel Stephenson, Reuters | March 29, 2016
European shares traded flat on Tuesday while the dollar dipped as investors looked to a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen for clues to the interest rate outlook following weak U.S. data.
By Simon Falush, Reuters | March 24, 2016
Oil fell below $40 a barrel on Thursday, heading for the biggest weekly slide in two months, dented by record-high stockpiles in the United States and a stronger dollar.
By Amanda Cooper, Reuters | March 22, 2016
By Alex Lawler, Reuters | March 17, 2016
Oil rose above $41 a barrel briefly on Thursday, trading close to a 2016 high, bolstered by a plan among some of the world's biggest producers to meet next month to discuss supporting the market.
By Marc Jones, Reuters | March 17, 2016
The dollar tumbled on Thursday, lifting world shares to their highest level of the year, after the Federal Reserve scaled down its own expectations of the number of U.S. rate hikes likely over the next nine months.
By Amanda Cooper, Reuters | March 15, 2016
Oil prices fell for a second day on Tuesday, as concerns emerged that a six-week rally may have fizzled after OPEC doused hopes for a speedy erosion of a global overhang of unwanted crude.