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World oil demand will accelerate in coming years, which means worries about the coming demise of large oil producers are greatly exaggerated.
Benchmark 10-year Gilt yields push past 1.16%, the highest level since the Brexit vote.
Industrial growth in China helped fuel a boom in demand and an eventual supply glut, but the fundamentals may not support a return to prosperity in our lifetime.
A crude oil rally Wednesday helped Wall Street rally to erase all losses endured in a selloff a day earlier.
A crude oil rally helps Wall Street rally on Wednesday to erase all losses endured a day earlier.
Stocks are higher on Wednesday as crude oil prices near the psychologically important $50 level.
Stocks climb on Wednesday as crude oil prices nears the psychologically-important $50 level.
The two oil majors may be able to maintain their dividends.
As the energy patch rebounds, we explore the pros and cons of each of these exploration and production behemoths.
The FTSE 100 gains more than 1% as oil shares rise.
The oil cartel will reduce energy output at its next meeting in November, according to reports.
Stocks pull back on Friday as a relief rally over the Federal Reserve's reluctance to raise interest rates runs out of steam.
The Colonial Pipeline, which was shut down due to a leak on its system, supplies about 40% of the gasoline used in the eastern U.S.
Wall Street closed out a volatile week with slight losses as the Federal Reserve stays in focus.
Stocks hold lower on Friday as crude oil selloff pressures the energy sector and nerves over next week's Federal Reserve meeting peak.
A selloff in crude oil punished the energy sector and fueled a dour mood on Wall Street, with stocks giving back all the gains achieved earlier in the week.
Stocks trade at session lows Tuesday afternoon as a sharp selloff in crude oil punishes the energy sector.
Stock losses escalate on Tuesday after a massive rally a day earlier inspired by dovish comments from officials at the Federal Reserve and as oil prices slumped.
U.S. stocks suffered from a sharp selloff to end the week as chances of a September hike increased.
Industrial growth in China helped fuel a boom in demand, and eventual supply glut, of the commodity, but the fundamentals may not support a return to prosperity in our lifetime.
Miners, oil producers up; M&S, Lloyds, RBS down
Oil gains on the prospect of Russia and Saudi Arabia cooperation.
Better than expected economic data helps push Spain's IBEX and London's FTSE 250 higher, but many other indices close in the red.