Global oil output surges in January, and the IEA says 'short-term risk to the downside has increased.'
An appeals court ordered a new trial for the CFO and CEO of the surgical device maker. Both are serving prison terms.
The oil markets could be left with a surplus of 1.5 million barrels a day in the first half of 2016, says the IEA.
The industry may have more capacity to cut as some analysts are projecting depressed crude oil prices through 2016.
Moody's lowers its price assumptions for next year for crude oil benchmarks.
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