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Eagle Asset management's US equities manager Ed Cowart has called on investors to not ditch energy stocks, after the price of Brent crude oil plunged towards a six-year low.
Global growth managers predict the rally in airlines can continue into 2015 and beyond as a falling oil price provides a new fillip for the sector.
Saudi oil minister Ali al-Naimi, the most significant voice in the OPEC cartel, has said the group will not cut production even if the price of oil falls to $20 a barrel.
Pick up almost any business publication or newspaper and you will read someone's deep thoughts about the oil price, plus a multitude of predictions about where it will go next.
A volatile year ahead for investors
The Bank of Russia has taken steps to halt the collapse of the rouble, as the currency continues to hit new record lows against the US dollar and the euro on falling oil prices.
US equity markets have been volatile in 2014, but investors have over-reacted to the downside, says Joel Mittelman from the Boston Company Asset Management.
UK oil majors BP and Shell are under pressure after the price of Brent crude oil tumbled towards the $70 mark following an Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decision not to cut production.
Man of Steel
Simon Redmond, director at Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, and Stuart Elliott, director at Platts, tell Investment Week how the future of global oil supply will be impacted as geopolitical risk threatens oil producers, and the bounty of US shale oil...
The sharp slides in oil prices seen since the summer could continue unabated until the commodity's chief trade body OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) is finally forced to take action, investors have said.
Oil prices have jumped to a nine-month high on mounting concerns turmoil in Iraq may have a negative impact on global supplies.
Renowned energy investor Tim Guinness has forecast the price of US natural gas could increase by 300% in the next five years as supply is choked off and demand grows for gas ahead of coal.
Brent crude oil prices could drop by almost 50% to $50 a barrel within the next three months if the eurozone crisis escalates, Credit Suisse has said.