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Options bulls bet on Fidelity National & energy

"Halftime Report" traders Jon Najarian & Pete Najarian spot unusual options activity in shares of Fidelity National and the S&P oil & gas ETF (XOP).

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Oil at $67 a barrel feels like a 'sweet spot,' JP Morgan analyst says

Christyan Malek, head of EMEA oil and gas research at J.P. Morgan, discusses OPEC, U.S. oil production, and oil prices.

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Helima Croft on the oil rally

Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets Managing Director, Global Head of Commodity Strategy, talks about Russia's production cuts, what's next for "NOPEC," and what to watch in the oil market

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Oil output cuts are likely to be extended till end-2019: Argus Media

Azlin Ahmad of Argus Media says the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries may not have much of a choice about whether to extend output cuts because U.S. oil production is set to continue to increase.

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Why Airguide is bearish on the oil market

Michael Langford of Airguide discusses the state of the oil market. He says he is bearish on the industry in part because of electric vehicles and countries like China looking to substitue oil.

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JP Morgan has overweight positions on these oil refiners

Scott Darling of J.P. Morgan says the bank is overweight on oil refiners such as Sinopec and CNOOC. He also says oil output cuts could be extended into 2020.

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We may see the oil price above $70, analyst says

If the increase in oil price takes place, it will be 'short-lived', says John Driscoll, chief strategist at JTD Energy Services.

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We have a fairly constructive view on oil, analyst says

We are expecting some modest upside for oil this year, says Simon Ballard, executive director & macro strategist at FAB Global Markets.

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Saudi energy min: OPEC may need to extend oil cuts

There is still work to do regarding oil production, says Khalid Al-Falih.

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Credit Suisse's Osmar Abib on why he expects to see oil and gas M&A this year

Osmar Abib, Credit Suisse Chairman of Global Energy, sits down with Brian Sullivan at CERAWeek to discuss where to invest in the energy sector and whether we'll see oil and gas M&A in 2019.

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