How $50 oil changes almost everything

Mark Monaham, owner of the Raceway gas station in McComb, Miss., changes his fuel price billboard. Gas prices continue to fall as oil prices plummet.

What went wrong with the Great Commodity Boom?

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A sharp and sustained drop in oil prices has sideswiped the economy in the resource-rich provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, where homeowners are trying to sell their houses before values drop further.

A sharp and sustained drop in oil prices has sideswiped the economy in the resource-rich provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, where homeowners are trying to sell their houses before values drop further.

The Globe and Mail's Jeff Jones looks at fallout for the Canadian economy if the price of oil continues to drop

Video: What will happen in Canada if oil drops to $40

Pumpjacks at work extracting crude oil near Halkirk, Alta. The thinking that Alberta should just keep riding the wave of the industry's prosperity has come back to haunt the province.

Jack M. Mintz: Welcome to the return of normal oil prices - We seem to have forgotten that triple digit oil prices are not “normal.”

Mintz: Welcome to the return of normal oil prices - We seem to have forgotten that triple digit oil prices are not “normal.

Canadian housing bulls are joining real estate doubters as warnings and oil collapse sink in - The growing gloom coupled with plunging oil prices may spell the end of a housing rally that helped pull the economy out of a 2009 recession.

Pimco sees Canadian housing market falling as much as

In 1986, the Saudis opened the spigot and sparked a 67% plunge that left oil just above $10 a barrel — a memory that is looming large at this week's OPEC meeting.

OPEC price war fears evokes ugly memories of 1986 oil bust for U.

Here’s who should be happiest about falling oil prices - Quartz

Here’s who should be happiest about falling oil prices

Here’s who should be happiest about falling oil prices - Quartz

Russia says an Arctic well it drilled with Exxon Mobil has just struck oil — a lot of it

Overcoming challenges of Arctic oil drilling A company handout shows the oil production platform at the Sakhalin-I field in Russia, partly owned by ONGC Videsh Ltd., Rosneft Oil Co. and Japan's Sakhalin Oil and Gas Development Co.

#Alberta will sink into recession this year, as growth slows to worst in country next to #Newfoundland, #CIBC predicts

Claudia Cattaneo: Canadian politicians have underestimated its significance, but we are getting a glimpse of an oil-free future now, and it’s not pretty

Video: David Rosenberg on how to call the bottom in the price of #oil :

Video: David Rosenberg on how to call the bottom in the price of oil

Video: David Rosenberg on how to call the bottom in the price of #oil :

How one man’s wild geological treasure hunt could set off a new great oil boom - Sandy MacMullin with Nova Scotia’s offshore exploration atlas, the result of his quest.

How one man's wild geological treasure hunt could set off a new great oil boom

How one man’s wild geological treasure hunt could set off a new great oil boom - Sandy MacMullin with Nova Scotia’s offshore exploration atlas, the result of his quest.

A brave view in an uncertain world: Why Canada’s energy boom remains on course despite sliding prices  Claudia Cattaneo | October 16, 2014 5:38 PM ET

A brave view in an uncertain world: Why Canada’s energy boom remains on course despite sliding prices Claudia Cattaneo

Believe it or not, oil is in a bull market - Quartz

Believe it or not, oil is in a bull market

Believe it or not, oil is in a bull market - Quartz

Crude oil prices gain for second day: A bottom or a ‘dead cat bounce’? In this Jan. 14, 2014 file photo, oil pumps work in the Persian Gulf desert oil field of Sakhir, Bahrain. In the second half of 2014, oil prices dropped by half. (Hasan Jamali/AP)

Crude oil prices firm for second day: A bottom or a ‘dead cat bounce’?

Crude oil prices gain for second day: A bottom or a ‘dead cat bounce’? 2014 file photo, oil pumps work in the Persian Gulf desert oil field of Sakhir, Bahrain. In the second half of oil prices dropped by half.

Oil trader Andy Hall sees US$40 oil as close to an ‘absolute price floor: "Current prices are not sustainable in the longer term," said Andy Hall, the head of Astenbeck Capital Management, in a Jan. 2 letter obtained by Bloomberg News.

Oil prices have almost bottomed out and “some recovery” is likely by the second half of the year as demand picks up, commodity hedge fund manager Andrew J. Hall told investors

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