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But gloomy sentiment could turn into a good buying opportunity.
The German chemical giant blames falling sales on lower prices and the sale of its gas trading business, but says a major harbor fire will not affect the full-year outlook.
Gazprom earnings fall by 4% in the first quarter after oil prices fall.
Russian companies will cut future production too, not just U.S. shale producers.
Earnings losers include E.ON, Carlsberg and JCDecaux, though Deutsche Post delivers pleasing quarterly figures.
The German utility is staking its future on renewables and will split off its power station and energy trading business later this year.
Maros Sefcovic says the 'politically sensitive' project is a threat to European energy security.
The longer-term chart shows prices are now below the 2008-2009 lows.
Here's a look at which brands, banks and companies are tied to the soccer scandal and what they're saying and doing about it.
Russia's mercurial president is setting the rules for international policies in Ukraine and Europe. But his leverage could be greatly reduced in coming years.
Following Europe-brokered talks in Italy on Friday, some progress was reported on both a definitive peace settlement in eastern Ukraine and settling the natural gas dispute.
China is reaping the rewards of sweetheart energy deals as a result of Vladimir Putin's destruction of the Russian economy, said Karen Dawisha, author of 'Putin's Kleptocracy.'
A mega-deal should help Russia counter Western sanctions.
Shares of Gazprom (OGZPY) were downgraded today by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services because of its ties to the Russian government.
The question is whether the conflict in Ukraine has pushed the stocks low enough for bargain hunters.
Yandex (YNDX) stock is gaining Thursday on the news that diplomats reached an agreement to reduce tensions in Ukraine.
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