This week, Ivan Lo shares the real reason why oil prices are rising. Contrary to what analysts and experts tell you, it has nothing to do with global supply and demand.

On “Before the Bell,” Bloomberg’s Betty Liu and David Wethe report on the repercussions of lower oil prices on industry perks. They speak on “In The Loop.”

Bloomberg’s Matt Philips reports on big oil pressuring scientists over fracking wastewater’s link to earthquakes.

PK Verleger founder and president Phil Verleger discusses oil storage and how the US stores oil, with Alix Steel on “Street Smart."

The IMF finally approved a $17.5 billion loan for Ukraine. But why? Here's a look at the truth about the Ukraine bailout and what it means for the world. The answer is not pretty.

John Sfakianakis, director at Ashmore Group GCC, discusses how cheaper oil prices are impacting Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s refusal to cut production and the nation’s global standing as an oil producer. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Think gasoline is cheap? In today’s “Bart Chart,” Bloomberg’s Mark Barton takes a look at Venezuela’s Gasoline prices on “Countdown.”

The Iraqi energy minister has just said in Davos that oil prices have bottomed out. For more RT is joined by financial journalist and author, founder of the Commodity Discovery investment Fund; Willem Middelkoop.

Oil's dramatic crash has caused a wave of financial panic across the world. But what's really happening? Here's a look at the secrets of bank involvement in oil and what to expect for oil in 2015.

Things aren't always as they appear. Here's a look at the "coincidental" timing of events that show the secret connection between Saudi Arabia and Japan, and what it all has to do with why oil prices are falling.

Russia is scrapping its multi-billion dollar South Stream pipeline to focus instead on Turkey becoming a key gas transit hub. The announcement was made after hours of talks between the presidents of Russia and Turkey.