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The value of several U.S. brands dropped in value from last year, while many from China, Germany and Japan rose in the rankings.
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The energy sector is entering a phase of restraint, in which oil and gas stocks typically do well, according to some industry followers.
The French oil major met expectations with a 29% increase in adjusted net income over its third quarter and posted stronger than expected free cash flows.
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The request from Eni is a chance for the Trump administration to curtail an effort by President Obama to block oil companies from Arctic exploration
The president appears to be readying yet another executive order, to prevent skilled immigrants from working at U.S. companies or starting businesses here, but more H-1B visas may be needed.
The British oil major has snapped up stakes in fields in the Middle East and West Africa, adding to recent investments in the Gulf of Mexico and North Africa.
Stocks hold slightly higher early Tuesday afternoon after the energy sector turns higher on revised oil forecasts, even as the price of crude oil remains in the red.
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The Spanish oil producer's results benefited from increased production and deeper than expected cost cutting but failed to move its shares.
Economic data in France disappoints; Germany and U.K. beat expectations.
The French oil producer posts its second consecutive quarterly beat on increased production and above-forecast cost cutting.
An unexpected loss from the Norwegian producer bodes badly for European oil companies' quarterly reporting season.
Shares in Italy's Eni fell on Friday after the group became the latest European oil producer to miss quarterly earnings expectations.
Three oil rigs and three gas rigs were added this past week, a sign that the oil industry is beginning to recover with higher commodity prices.
Italy's No. 1 oil producer blames the result on the impact of plunging oil prices on its exploration and production division.
European companies selling to emerging markets might be a good diversification play.
European stocks rose on Friday amid hopes that G20 policy makers meeting in Shanghai would take action to spur growth.
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