Oil prices started the week lower on rising borrowing costs.
Trump took to Twitter to say he won’t accept artificially high oil prices, and the commodity retreated after rallying to a multi-year high.
Oil holds near late-2014 highs as strong demand coupled with supply cuts lowers inventories.
In the feast-or-famine world of America’s oil and gas business the famine has given way to the feast.
Oil is on the rise as Saudi Arabia withholds supplies and crude inventories declined.
The outlook for gas prices hasn’t discouraged automakers or SUV buyers.
Oil rising on the ongoing risk of supply disruptions and higher inventories.
Oil is rising on Middle East tensions.
The Anglo-Dutch company, like many of its peers, has faced growing investor pressure to address the need to reduce fossil fuel burning.
Oil fell as tensions surrounding military attacks on Syria eased.
Oil moved lower on Friday as President Trump backed away from an imminent missile attack on Syria.
Investors also digested news that Fed officials expect to quicken the pace of interest rate hikes.
Oil slipped as Middle East tensions were offset by increasing inventories.
Oil rises on hopes U.S. and China can settle their trade differences.
The price at the pump is rising to a level not seen in years.
U.S. crude rose following Friday's drop on trade concerns.
The threat of an additional $100 billion in tariffs placed on Chinese goods is ending oil lower.
A drawdown in crude supply boosted oil prices.
Oil edged up on a slowdown in U.S. production.
A drop in U.S. drilling activity is helping push up prices.