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China is spending heavily on infrastructure in numerous nations left behind by former colonial powers. Here are the Chinese and foreign companies set to gain from that massive outflow of Chinese yuan.
There's an increasingly sophisticated array of tools available to U.S. investors keen to play China's economic expansion - some would say economic imperialism - through infrastructure construction overseas.
The coup in Zimbabwe leaves plenty of room to profit if you keep a close eye on China's economic influence.
Venezuela offered part of its Citgo stake as collateral for Russian loans.
Especially in Europe, this bodes well for the economic recovery.
U.S. stock futures are trading slightly higher and European stocks rise as investors look toward a meeting of the European Central Bank later Thursday.
Russia's state-owned oil firm is looking to sell a 19.5% stake to the world's biggest commodity firm and to the Qatari sovereign wealth fund.
Oil prices are low and stockpiles are growing. What's going to happen with oil prices, and what should investors do?
The Chinese company will buy a stake first and then launch a bid to take Pirelli private.
With some uncertainty now removed and BP's aggressive capital expenses cuts, investors appear relieved.
Holding Exxon stock is too great of a risk amid a jittery market that seems ready to punish anything with poor fundamentals.
Both companies have made huge bets in Russia that they are now regretting.
Statoil (STO) is falling Monday following news that the company's first well off the coast of Norway with Rosneft (RNFTF) may be held up by Greenpeace.
Schlumberger is struggling due to problems in Iraq and Russia, but investors shouldn't panic.
U.S. sanctions can backfire against publicly traded energy companies with significant exposure to Russia, Putin warned.
Weatherford International (WFT) announced the sale of its land drilling and workover operations to Rosenft (RNFTF) for $500 million in cash.
Here's why Exxon Mobil is pumping billions in Europe's beleaguered refining sector even as its peers close their facilities.
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