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OIL PRICES UNDER PRESSURE FROM SUPPLY CONCERNS

Oil prices fell to touch the three-month intraday low Monday with the brief stability in global markets that followed the U.S. presidential election giving way to revived concerns about oversupply.

TRUMP'S STANCE ON TRADE WITH MEXICO COULD PRESS GAS PRICES

Some of Donald Trump's planned trade policies could hurt the flow of U.S. natural gas to Mexico, worsening the gas glut, weighing on prices and penalizing companies building pipelines to Mexico.

CHEAP GAS TESTS TRUMP'S PROMISE TO REVIVE COAL

Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to resurrect the ailing U.S. coal industry and put miners back to work. Delivering on that vow could prove nearly impossible.

CHINA OIL COMPANIES' PUSH INTO U.S. FACES UNCERTAINTY AFTER ELECTION

China's beleaguered oil sector could face fresh challenges following Donald Trump's election as president, with some in the industry warning that a harder U.S. line toward China could stymie potential investment in the U.S. energy patch.

STOCKS STEADY AS POST-ELECTION RALLY CONTINUES

U.S. stocks edged higher Monday, with bank stocks continuing to rise following last week's U.S. election.

OPEC'S OIL PRODUCTION CUT IN DOUBT AS OUTPUT FLOWS

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries pumped more crude oil last month even as the group geared up to complete a plan to cut output at its meeting at the end of this month.

U.S. OIL-RIG COUNT ROSE BY TWO IN LATEST WEEK

The number of rigs drilling for oil in the U.S. rose by two in the past week to 452, according to oil-field services company Baker Hughes Inc.

ICE CONSIDERS LIMITS ON POSITIONS IN DUBAI OIL-FUTURES CONTRACT

Exchange operator Intercontinental Exchange Inc. is considering limiting the size of positions investors can take in an influential Dubai oil-futures contract, aligning it with existing limits on Brent, the global benchmark.

WELLS FARGO BEATS OUT SANDRIDGE TO BUY DRILLING PORTFOLIO

Wells Fargo Bank beat out SandRidge Energy to buy out of bankruptcy protection an oil and gas portfolio owned by Houston energy investor Atinum Midcon I LLC.

BRAZIL'S ATTORNEY GENERAL DEFENDS PETROBRAS PROBE

The Brazilian people and the nation's Supreme Court will prevent the country's sprawling graft probe from being rolled back despite recent legislative attempts to weaken it, Brazil's Attorney General Rodrigo Janot said Friday.

VW, AUDI CONFIRM PROBE INTO CARBON DIOXIDE LEVELS IN SOME AUDI MODELS

Volkswagen and its Audi luxury unit confirmed that U.S. and European investigators are looking into fresh irregularities related to carbon dioxide emissionslevels in certain Audi automatic-transmission vehicles.

IN MOSUL OFFENSIVE, KURDISH FIGHTERS EXPEL ARABS, DEMOLISH ARAB HOMES

Kurdish forces in Iraq are taking a lead role in fighting Islamic State. But in the process, the Kurds are evicting hundreds of Sunni Arabs and destroying their houses, say residents, local officials and rights groups.

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Journal Reports: Energy

IS OPEC STILL RELEVANT IN ENERGY MARKETS?

The group recently agreed to production cuts to try to prop up low oil prices, but left details for later.

Journal Reports: Energy

ARE LOW OIL PRICES GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY?

Some say low prices are a net positive because they give consumers more money and cut manufacturing costs. Others say the damage to the oil sector cancels out the benefits.

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November 14, 2016 11:17 ET (16:17 GMT)

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