OIL retreated to near US$47 a barrel after the US Federal Reserve raised interest rates, stoking fears over economic growth at a time when investors face a supply glut.

OIL sank to another one-year low in New York as a sell-off in equities worsened crude market sentiments already soured by signs of plentiful American supplies.

OIL fell on Wednesday as a swelling supply glut and signs of an economic slowdown weighed on crude prices a day ahead of an Opec meeting at which the producer club is expected to decide supply cuts.

OIL prices rose by more than 1 per cent on Tuesday, extending bigger gains from the previous day amid expected Opec-led supply cuts and a mandated reduction in Canadian output.

EMERGING markets (EMs) are already contending with US-China trade tensions, policy tightening in developed countries, and a resurgent US dollar. Higher oil prices are exactly what they don't...

OCTOBER was a bad month for shares, with global shares losing 7.57 per cent in US dollar terms. Shares were due a bounce from their October lows - Australian shares have risen around 4 per cent. But...

SAUDI Arabia wants oil to stay between US$70 and US$80 a barrel for now as the world's biggest crude exporter strikes a balance between maximising revenue and keeping a lid on prices until US...

OFFSHORE and marine (O&M) margins are staying lower for longer - even with contracting activity picking up after oil held out above US$60, observers say.

PRICES of Singapore's oil-linked stocks may well be decoupling from oil prices. ...

OIL prices near the highest level in over three years are driving the world's biggest energy exporter deeper into debt...