Energy Industry

European markets push higher on strong economic news

May 23, 2017

Global shares mixed after Manchester explosion; oil prices fall back

Markets keep cyberattack and North Korea concerns in check

May 15, 2017

Financial markets on Monday brushed aside worries over the "WannaCry" ransomware cyberattack, with most stock indexes around the world trading in fairly narrow ranges.

The Latest: Researcher who helped halt cyberattack applauded

May 14, 2017

Cyber security officials in Britain applaud young researcher for helping halt global ransomware cyberattack

French shares outperform as polls show narrow Macron lead

Apr 20, 2017

France's main stock market outperformed its counterparts in Europe on Thursday as traders priced in a growing likelihood of a victory by centrist Emmanuel Macron in the upcoming presidential election

US strikes on Syria keep a lid on global stocks but gold up

Apr 7, 2017

Soft U.S. jobs data and the decision by President Donald Trump to authorize the firing of U.S. missiles into Syria weighed on global stock markets Friday

Less pressure to unwind eurozone stimulus as inflation eases

Mar 31, 2017

Inflation across the 19-country eurozone fell sharply in March due to softer underlying price increases partly related to the timing of Easter

Global stocks weighed down by crude oil slump

Mar 9, 2017

World stock markets fell Thursday after news of a big buildup in U.S. oil stockpiles depressed crude prices and shares of energy companies in particular

Shell sells interest in Canadian oil sands for $7.25 billion

Mar 9, 2017

Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to sell most of its interests in Canadian oil sands in two deals worth a net of $7.25 billion as the Anglo-Dutch company adjusts to a period of lower energy prices

Eurozone inflation above target for first time in 4 years

Mar 2, 2017

Inflation across the 19-country eurozone is running above the European Central Bank's target for the first time in four years, largely on the back of higher oil prices _ but don't expect any stimulus reverse from the ECB anytime soon

BP earnings disappoint as it cuts costs, investment

Feb 7, 2017

Oil giant BP earnings rose less than expected in the fourth quarter, as it sought to adapt to low energy prices with cost cuts, asset sales and a pullback in investment plans

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