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Energy stocks out of gas?

Crude is stuck in a range. Are energy stocks out of gas? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

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Singapore banks put oil and gas woes behind, but 2017 prospects modest

Troubles in the oil and gas sector may be over for Singapore banks, but economic uncertainties expected to persist through 2017 may hinder growth.

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Mexico to the rescue of U.S. frackers

Falling natural gas prices would be even lower if not for a growing U.S. export market.

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Investment in oil exploration unlikely to pick up: DBS CEO

Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS Group, talks about the impact the oil and gas sector will have on bad debt levels at the bank.

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NPL formation to be at slower rate: Piyush Gupta

Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS Group, says the high-water mark of bad debt is already behind the bank but the oil and gas sector will remain stretched.

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Why Charlie Munger at Berkshire Hathaway wishes US wasn't drilling for natural gas

Instead of extracting it so aggressively, the U.S. should leave it until the Middle East runs out of oil, the billionaire says.

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Cramer: This is the year of natural gas, and you just don't know it

Jim Cramer goes through his lightning round of callers, and makes a big call on the future of energy this year.

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Oil & gas stress to ease only when prices settle above $60: Singapore's OCBC chief

OCBC, Singapore's second largest listed bank, said net interest income fell 7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016.

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Saudi Arabia is over-complying on oil production cuts: Macquarie

Iain Reid, head of European oil and gas research at Macquarie, discusses how major oil producing countries are addressing a deal made late last year to curb production.

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Apple is driving the Nasdaq 100 – but can it keep its foot on the gas? Traders weigh in

As goes Apple, so goes the Nasdaq 100. But can the tech giant keep driving the charge?

Source: CNBC.com