Move over, sheet pan dinner recipes — the cast-iron skillet is the O.G. of the cookware world, and it’s here to stay. Perhaps yours was gifted to you by your grandma, or you picked it up at the local market.
But while a few OPEC members can continue waiting out the lower-for-longer environment, others are on the brink of disaster. "With the Doha meeting ending in a bust, the pain is set to deepen for the majority
Oil prices dipped on Thursday, after hitting three-month highs this week, with analysts warning that larger gains would be unwarranted as refineries enter seasonal maintenance and a global glut weighs.
Oil prices may need to fall as low as $20 a barrel to clear the huge surplus in global markets, according to a new report by Goldman Sachs Inc. The bank isn’t expecting that as its base case scenario,
Get ready for even lower oil prices. Futures for a barrel of West Texas Intermediate crude fell below $39 a barrel Monday -- a level not seen since 2009. Oil settled Monday just above $38, down more than
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices ended in positive territory on Monday after a drop in stockpiles at the delivery point for U.S. crude in the second half of last week outweighed pressure from near record
This week, for the first time ever, the Energy Information Administration released data on how much crude oil is being shipped by rail across the United States. And the numbers are amazing. US railroads
Playing violent video games is no more likely to be damaging to young children’s behaviour than those considered harmless, an Oxford University study suggests. Research involving British primary schoolchildren