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Oil prices rose after the International Energy Agency's monthly report suggested global oversupply is easing. Nymex crude settled up 0.6%, at $51.37 a barrel.
OPEC Faces Headwinds From Rising Non-OPEC Production
OPEC is facing headwinds with rising production from rivals, the International Energy Agency said, the latest warning that OPEC's efforts to take barrels out of the market could backfire.
U.S. Oil and Gasoline Inventories Rise Sharply
U.S. crude oil inventories increased more than expected to 485.5 million barrels, while stockpiles of gasoline also rose sharply to 246.4 million barrels, according to data released by the Energy Information Administration.
Islamic State Steps Up Oil, Gas Sales to Assad Regime
U.S. and European officials say thesales are providing the militant group with desperately needed cash and the Syrian government with badly needed commodities.
China Predicts Oil-Import Slowdown, But Analysts Skeptical
China's government expects a sharp slowdown in the growth of the country's oil imports, but the forecast is tough to square with the situation on the ground.
Fed Adds to Factors Pushing Oil
With the Fed poised to raise rates at a faster clip than previously anticipated, analysts expect the resulting rise in the dollar and potential blow that implies for emerging markets to weigh on oil prices.
Energy Secretary Candidate Rick Perry Regrets Call to Eliminate Agency
Following a polite, sometimes even humorous confirmation hearing Thursday, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is likely to receive enough congressional support to be confirmed to lead the Energy Department, despite once calling for its elimination.
GE Earnings: What to Watch
Analysts will be watching to see if General Electric hit its targets for shipments of heavy equipment like power turbines and jet engines by the end of 2016.
PV Oil Stake Is Vietnam's Latest Investor Bait
Vietnam is putting more of its state-owned companies up for sale, as the country looks to lure foreign investors. The latest: a minority stake in PetroVietnam Oil, known as PV Oil.
Woodside Expecting Production to Recover with New Projects
Woodside Petroleum anticipates production levels will recover from next year as its investment in Australian oil and gas projects starts to deliver. .
Brazil Supreme Court Judge in Charge of Car Wash Case Dies in Plane Crash
Teori Zavascki, Brazil's Supreme Court judge in charge of the country's landmark Operation Car Wash corruption investigation, died Thursday when a small plane he was traveling in crashed off the coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro.
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January 19, 2017 16:15 ET (21:15 GMT)
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