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Sydney Morning Herald
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropA gas flare at the central processing plant for oil and gas in the Salym oilfie
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
A gas flare at the central processing plant for oil and gas in the Salym oilfields in western Siberia. Photo: Bloomberg Washington: There's a lot of handwringing these days over the barrel bombing of innocent communities in Syria; over the flight... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. Washington: There's a lot of handwringing these days over the barrel bombing of innocent communities in Syria;... Read more
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The Young Witness
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
The Young Witness / Posted 4 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. Washington: There's a lot of handwringing these days over the barrel bombing of innocent communities in Syria;... Read more
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Western Advocate
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. Washington: There's a lot of handwringing these days over the barrel bombing of innocent communities in Syria;... Read more
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The Border Mail
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. Washington: There's a lot of handwringing these days over the barrel bombing of innocent communities in Syria;... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. Washington: There's a lot of handwringing these days over the barrel bombing of innocent communities in Syria;... Read more
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The Courier
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. Washington: There's a lot of handwringing these days over the barrel bombing of innocent communities in Syria;... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. The drop in crude oil prices may be a boon for some but could threaten the fate of nations, writes Paul... Read more
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Manning River Times
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. The drop in crude oil prices may be a boon for some but could threaten the fate of nations, writes Paul... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. The drop in crude oil prices may be a boon for some but could threaten the fate of nations, writes Paul... Read more
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The North West Star
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
The North West Star / Posted 6 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. The drop in crude oil prices may be a boon for some but could threaten the fate of nations, writes Paul... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices dropLess apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle fo
Oil-producing nations struggling for market power as prices drop
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 hours ago
Less apparent than the plummeting price of crude is a white-knuckle struggle for market power among the world's oil-producing nations. The drop in crude oil prices may be a boon for some but could threaten the fate of nations, writes Paul... Read more
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International Business Times
Dogs of war: Who are the British mercenaries roaming Africa accused of 'war crimes'? In the 15 years since the declaration on the war on terror, UK private military
Dogs of war: Who are the British mercenaries roaming Africa accused of 'war crimes'?
International Business Times / Posted 12 hours ago
In the 15 years since the declaration on the war on terror, UK private military and security companies (PMSCs) have made billions of dollars in contracts awarded by British and foreign governments, as well as other private companies. The security... Read more
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The Star
Shell sale reflects market realityIs the divestment of its stake in Malaysian asset reflective of market conditio
Shell sale reflects market reality
The Star / Posted 20 hours ago
Is the divestment of its stake in Malaysian asset reflective of market conditions? OIL refining is a tough business - expensive to run with a thin profit margin. While the current downtrend of crude oil prices has benefited the sector, which can... Read more
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The North West Star
US dollar's decline puts spanner in doom and gloom of the resources sectorThe gyrations in mining stocks after the US dollar declined and commodity price
US dollar's decline puts spanner in doom and gloom of the resources sector
The North West Star / Posted 21 hours ago
The gyrations in mining stocks after the US dollar declined and commodity prices rose has some seeing recovery. That talk comes too early. The gyrations in mining stocks this week might have left investors feeling seasick, but the moves might... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
California Coastal Commission Chief Defends His Work Amid Ouster AttemptThe top executive at the powerful California Coastal Commission defended his re
California Coastal Commission Chief Defends His Work Amid Ouster Attempt
KPBS San Diego / Posted 21 hours ago
The top executive at the powerful California Coastal Commission defended his record Friday as he faces an effort to oust him, a potential shake-up that environmentalists fear could unleash runaway development on the state's fabled coastline. In his... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
Industry braces for another round of job cutsOffshore staff BP announced plans to cut another 4,000 jobs from its global oi
Industry braces for another round of job cuts
Offshore Magazine / Posted 22 hours ago
Offshore staff BP announced plans to cut another 4,000 jobs from its global oil production operations this year, including in the United States, to cope with the ongoing downturn in crude prices. That is roughly 16% of the British oil major’s... Read more
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heraldscotland
FTSE-100 falls after strong US jobs data raise fears of rate riseGermany's Dax was down 1%, while the France's Cac 40 was 0.7% lower. In New Yor
FTSE-100 falls after strong US jobs data raise fears of rate rise
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
Germany's Dax was down 1%, while the France's Cac 40 was 0.7% lower. In New York the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled more than 200 points in early trading. Higher borrowing costs do not favour investors. The US Federal Reserve raised rates for... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Obama Wants $10 A Barrel Oil Tax To Fund RoadsA new federal budget President Obama plans to present to Congress next week wil
Obama Wants $10 A Barrel Oil Tax To Fund Roads
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted yesterday
A new federal budget President Obama plans to present to Congress next week will propose charging oil companies a $10 a barrel fee to help fund improvements to the nation's transportation system. The oil tax, detailed in a fact sheet released... Read more
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The Star
Compugates signs MoU for another PNG logging projectRoyal Dutch Shell is selling its entire 51% stake in SRC, which operates a refi
Compugates signs MoU for another PNG logging project
The Star / Posted yesterday
Royal Dutch Shell is selling its entire 51% stake in SRC, which operates a refinery in Port Dickson, to MHIL for US$66.3mil (RM276mil). The Reuters photo shows a passenger plane flying over a Shell logo at a petrol station in west London. KUALA... Read more
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Zero Hedge
February 5Overnight Media Digest - The Democratic presidential candidates clashed Thursd
February 5
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Overnight Media Digest - The Democratic presidential candidates clashed Thursday night over who is the true progressive at their first one-on-one debate, with Hillary Clinton saying Senator Bernie Sanders has put forward an unrealistic agenda that... Read more
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The Star
SC, Bursa Malaysia and MSWG urged to look into sale of Shell refineryKUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Malay Traders and Entrepreneurs Association (Perdasa
SC, Bursa Malaysia and MSWG urged to look into sale of Shell refinery
The Star / Posted yesterday
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Malay Traders and Entrepreneurs Association (Perdasama) has called on the Securities Commission (SC), Bursa Malaysia and the Minority Shareholder Watchdog Group (MSWG) to look seriously into the sale of Shell Refining Co... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Shell to Shed 10,000 Jobs, Defers Fid On Bonga S'west ProjectBy Chineme Okafor and Paul Obi As dwindling oil prices take their toll on oil
Shell to Shed 10,000 Jobs, Defers Fid On Bonga S'west Project
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
By Chineme Okafor and Paul Obi As dwindling oil prices take their toll on oil industry operations, Royal Dutch Shell has announced that it will cut its global staff strength by 10,000 in 2016. It also announced in its fourth quarter of 2015... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
BG, Regenersis, Shaftesbury & moreNews & Tips: Today's market overview Equities in London are up a little in e
BG, Regenersis, Shaftesbury & more
Investors Chronicle / Posted yesterday
News & Tips: Today's market overview Equities in London are up a little in early trading but there is a sense of anticipation ahead of US jobs figures later today. Click here to see what The Trader makes of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Shell to Cut 10,000 JobsRoyal Dutch Shell, the parent company of Shell Petroleum Development Company of
Shell to Cut 10,000 Jobs
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Royal Dutch Shell, the parent company of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC), has confirmed it will reduce some 10,000 staff and direct contractor jobs across it global companies in 2016. Shell's chief executive, Ben van Beurden,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Shell to Cut Jobs in Nigeria, Other CountriesBy Daniel Adugbo and Mohammed Shosanya Lagos — Royal Dutch Shell, the parent c
Shell to Cut Jobs in Nigeria, Other Countries
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
By Daniel Adugbo and Mohammed Shosanya Lagos — Royal Dutch Shell, the parent company of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC), has confirmed it will reduce 10,000 staff and direct contract jobs across its global companies in... Read more
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International Business Times
Royal Dutch Shell is our share tip of the week – five reasons to invest Edmund Shing explains that despite the current collapse in crude oil prices, no
Royal Dutch Shell is our share tip of the week – five reasons to invest
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Edmund Shing explains that despite the current collapse in crude oil prices, now is the perfect time to invest in Royal Dutch Shell. Royal Dutch Shell is a giant company in the oil and gas sector and is the dominant constituent of the FTSE 100 index... Read more
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Market Watch
BG Group profit slips 22%; beats production targetLONDON--Oil and natural gas company BG Group PLC, which is being taken over by
BG Group profit slips 22%; beats production target
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
LONDON--Oil and natural gas company BG Group PLC, which is being taken over by Royal Dutch Shell PLC, said Friday that it had exceeded its production targets for the year thanks to projects in Brazil and Australia. BG, the U.K.'s third-largest oil... Read more
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Market Watch
BG Group profit slips 22%; beats production targetLONDON--Oil and natural gas company BG Group PLC, which is being taken over by
BG Group profit slips 22%; beats production target
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
LONDON--Oil and natural gas company BG Group PLC, which is being taken over by Royal Dutch Shell PLC, on Friday posted a sharp fall in fourth-quarter profit but said it had exceeded its full-year production targets thanks to projects in Brazil and... Read more
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Times of Malta
Shell ready for more cost cuts as earnings fall 87%Royal Dutch Shell, Europe’s largest oil company, reported its lowest annual inc
Shell ready for more cost cuts as earnings fall 87%
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
Royal Dutch Shell, Europe’s largest oil company, reported its lowest annual income in over a decade yesterday and said it would take further steps to cut costs to cope with weak oil prices if needed. Shell, whose shareholders last week approved its... Read more
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Canberra Times
Shell leaves door open for Browse LNG as Canadian venture delayedShell says new projects such as Browse LNG need to meet tough economic hurdles
Shell leaves door open for Browse LNG as Canadian venture delayed
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Shell says new projects such as Browse LNG need to meet tough economic hurdles to get the green light. Photo: Supplied Royal Dutch Shell has left the door open for progress on the Browse floating LNG project despite the rout in oil markets, but... Read more
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The Age
The falling $US rewrites assumptions about the fate of the minersEverything investors have held as sacred appears to be thrown out the window th
The falling $US rewrites assumptions about the fate of the miners
The Age / Posted yesterday
Everything investors have held as sacred appears to be thrown out the window this year. Photo: Matthew Brown The gryrations in mining stocks this week may have left investors feeling seasick, but the moves may represent a turning point in the way... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
RBA cautiously upbeat on Australian economy given positive economic indicators The Reserve Bank has delivered a cautiousl
RBA cautiously upbeat on Australian economy
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
given positive economic indicators The Reserve Bank has delivered a cautiously upbeat report card on the Australian economy in the face of global financial turmoil. But the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
B.C. budget to address Vancouver’s hot real estate marketThe B.C. budget of Feb. 16 will include a double-barrelled response to Metro Va
B.C. budget to address Vancouver’s hot real estate market
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
The B.C. budget of Feb. 16 will include a double-barrelled response to Metro Vancouver’s superheated real estate market, Finance Minister Mike de Jong says. “The conversation has tended to be about pricing,” Mr. de Jong told reporters on Thursday.... Read more
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Perth Now
The week in numbers to Feb 5 The big and small numbers that grabbed attention - or should have - in the bu
The week in numbers to Feb 5
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
The big and small numbers that grabbed attention - or should have - in the business world over the past week. Monday: 41pct - New Zealand honey exports soared 41 per cent to a new record in 2015 due to demand for high... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The week in numbers to Feb 5 The big and small numbers that grabbed attention - or should have - in the bu
The week in numbers to Feb 5
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
The big and small numbers that grabbed attention - or should have - in the business world over the past week. Monday: 41pct - New Zealand honey exports soared 41 per cent to a new record in 2015 due to demand for high... Read more
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CBS News
Obama wants to levy fee on oil companiesA new federal budget President Obama plans to present to Congress next week wil
Obama wants to levy fee on oil companies
CBS News / Posted yesterday
A new federal budget President Obama plans to present to Congress next week will propose charging oil companies a $10 a barrel fee to help fund improvements to the nation's transportation system. The oil tax, detailed in a fact sheet released... Read more
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The Economic Times
Oil falls 2% as producer meet uncertainty offsets weak dollar - The Economic TimesNEW YORK: Oil fell 2 per cent in volatile trading on Thursday, as support from
Oil falls 2% as producer meet uncertainty offsets weak dollar - The Economic Times
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
NEW YORK: Oil fell 2 per cent in volatile trading on Thursday, as support from a weakening dollar was overshadowed by scepticism that cash-strapped OPEC member Venezuela's effort to lobby crude producers for joint output cuts would succeed. The... Read more
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heraldscotland
Shell boss says oil and gas giant is making money in 'challenging' North Sea“The North Sea is a basin under considerable stress at the moment. It’s of cour
Shell boss says oil and gas giant is making money in 'challenging' North Sea
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
“The North Sea is a basin under considerable stress at the moment. It’s of course old and mature and also the infrastructure is starting to get old.” Mr van Beurden told reporters. He added: “There has been a very, very considerable effort, on our... Read more
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Calcutta News
Shell profits plunge by 80 pc in 2015, plans 10,000 more job cuts LONDON - Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell Thursday announced plans to downsize man
Shell profits plunge by 80 pc in 2015, plans 10,000 more job cuts
Calcutta News / Posted yesterday
LONDON - Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell Thursday announced plans to downsize manpower further by cutting 10,000 jobs amid steep drop in annual and fourth quarterly earnings. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wall St edges higher late in a volatile sessionWall St: US stocks edge higher at the end of a volatile session Wall Street ha
Wall St edges higher late in a volatile session
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Wall St: US stocks edge higher at the end of a volatile session Wall Street has eked out a second straight gain on rising commodity prices, but anxiety ahead of key monthly jobs data and disappointing results at retailers capped further... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Tough times continue for oil companiesIt’s not known if Shell Canada’s refinery near Corunna will be impacted by poss
Tough times continue for oil companies
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
It’s not known if Shell Canada’s refinery near Corunna will be impacted by possible additional cuts when Shell and British gas producer BG Group come together this month. When Shell Canada's parent company Royal Dutch Shell released its fourth... Read more
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Business Spectator
Wall Street ends higher before payrollsUS closed moderately higher on Thursday, after trading sideways for much of the
Wall Street ends higher before payrolls
Business Spectator / Posted yesterday
US closed moderately higher on Thursday, after trading sideways for much of the day as weak data from the Labor Department put an increased focus on Friday’s jobs report, some traders said. On Thursday, initial jobless claims, a proxy for layoffs... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Suncor forges ahead with big-ticket projects despite oil price slumpSuncor Energy Inc. faces a funding deficit estimated at $4-billion as oil price
Suncor forges ahead with big-ticket projects despite oil price slump
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
Suncor Energy Inc. faces a funding deficit estimated at $4-billion as oil prices remain under severe pressure this year, but it’s still forging ahead with a pair of big-ticket oil sands and offshore projects while maintaining its dividend. Canada’s... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Shell profits plungeVANCOUVER -- Royal Dutch Shell is postponing a final investment decision on its
Shell profits plunge
Fort McMurray Today / Posted yesterday
VANCOUVER -- Royal Dutch Shell is postponing a final investment decision on its proposed liquefied natural gas mega-project in British Columbia as it grapples with plummeting earnings due to low energy prices. Chief executive Ben van Beurden said... Read more
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The Age
Royal Dutch Shell's profit down 56pc on slumping oil pricesPromising to continue to pay dividends, which some other big petroleum companie
Royal Dutch Shell's profit down 56pc on slumping oil prices
The Age / Posted yesterday
Promising to continue to pay dividends, which some other big petroleum companies have also pledged to do, is one of the few ways to reward investors during the industry's lean times. Photo: AP Royal Dutch Shell became the latest big energy company... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Royal Dutch Shell's profit down 56pc on slumping oil pricesPromising to continue to pay dividends, which some other big petroleum companie
Royal Dutch Shell's profit down 56pc on slumping oil prices
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Promising to continue to pay dividends, which some other big petroleum companies have also pledged to do, is one of the few ways to reward investors during the industry's lean times. Photo: AP Royal Dutch Shell became the latest big energy company... Read more
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WA Today
Rio, BHP soar in LondonMining shares rallied strongly in London overnight. Anglo American paced the ad
Rio, BHP soar in London
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Mining shares rallied strongly in London overnight. Anglo American paced the advance with a 20 per cent gain. Photo: Chris Ratcliffe Weakness on Wall Street is set to pressure local shares lower at the open, despite a rally in mining shares in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Shell to cut 10,000 jobsRoyal Dutch Shell said fourth-quarter earnings tumbled 44 per cent as the colla
Shell to cut 10,000 jobs
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
Royal Dutch Shell said fourth-quarter earnings tumbled 44 per cent as the collapse in oil prices took its toll on another European oil company. Profit adjusted for changes in the value of inventories and one-time items dropped to $US1.83 billion... Read more
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Business Spectator
Wall Street mixed ahead of payrollsUS stocks paused Thursday, as weak data from the Labor Department put an increa
Wall Street mixed ahead of payrolls
Business Spectator / Posted yesterday
US stocks paused Thursday, as weak data from the Labor Department put an increased focus on Friday’s jobs report, some traders said. On Thursday, initial jobless claims, a proxy for layoffs across the US, rose for the week ended Jan. 30, climbing... Read more
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