NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices resumed their downward march on Monday, doubling back on the biggest one-day gain in over two years, after Saudi Arabia's powerful oil minister said OPEC would not cut production at any price.
The federal government's monthly deficit expanded to $3.2 billion in October, about $700 million higher than the same month a year ago.
Tory Zimmerman for National PostThe purchase of DBRS by global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group and Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm, appears to be a vote of confidence.
Natural gas prices closed at nearly a two-year low Monday as a slow stockpile drain eased investors' concerns about supply shortages during the winter heating season.
Ranking officials in the International Monetary Fund predicted a boost to the global economy from lower oil prices as former Russian finance minister Alexei Kudrin warned of a �full-fledged� crisis in the country.