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The U.K. government has announced that, from August, roadside checks of trucks are to include an emissions check. The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will undertake the checks to home in...

The single most important feature that stands out on the naked chart is the strong support level near $44. This is not an exact level, but this area has been tested consistently since 2015 through...

Although oil prices have bounced back from 10-month lows, they are still down about 13 percent since late May, when the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and some other producers...

Mikhail Klimentyev | Kremlin | Sputnik | Reuters Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a live nationwide broadcasted call-in in Moscow, Russia, June 15, 2017. Two of the world’s...

Crude oil has officially entered a bear market, and Commodities king Dennis Gartman told CNBC the pain is far from over. In a recent interview, the editor and founder of The Gartman Letter said oil...

A known proponent of reducing emissions, Denault said Entergy is now building more sustainable energy plants. The money once spent on coal is going towards natural gas, nuclear, and, over time, will...

Cramer also sat down with Federal Realty Investment Trust President and CEO Don Wood, who came out bullish on his company’s position in the embattled REIT space. “If you sit and you think...

With the market trying to parse conflicting economic indicators, like strong employment but weak housing, auto, retail and oil sectors, Jim Cramer is looking for resolution. “I don’t even...

Saudi Arabia’s blockade of neighboring Qatar is a distraction as the Arab world’s biggest economy shores up its monarchy and attempts to shift away from reliance on oil exports, according...

Oil edged up on Friday, recovering slightly from steep falls earlier in the week, but is set for the worst performing first-half in two decades despite ongoing production cuts. Brent crude futures...