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oil Amp Gas
Plunging oil prices hit Total profits
New chief executive pledges to continue with de Margerie’s cost-cutting programme
... ctions prevented dollar financing. He said he expected to close the deal in the second half of 2015. ... ... ctions prevented dollar financing. He said he expected to close the deal in the second half of 2015. ... ... ctions prevented dollar financing. He said he expected to close the deal in the second half of 2015. ... ... embark on a “mini-roadshow” to meet shareholders in Europe and the US, and to build contacts at oil-rich countries, before the end of the year. “He is going to ... meet all the important people ...
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 09:47:33 GMT

Capital Markets
Rousseff win sparks Brazil market turmoil
Bovespa stock index approaches bear market threshold
... . “There are a lot of unknowns in the equation.” Additional reporting by Elaine Moore in London ... ... . “There are a lot of unknowns in the equation.” Additional reporting by Elaine Moore in London ... ... . “There are a lot of unknowns in the equation.” Additional reporting by Elaine Moore in London ... ... s Canheu, an analyst at Credit Suisse. “Petrobras has indicated pre-salt will only be viable with oil prices at $60-$65 so while it continues to be viable, profitability is clearly much lower.” Th ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 15:14:20 GMT

oil Amp Gas
Falling oil price hits BP profits
oil major says it is on track to meet full-year performance targets
... 20 per cent stake, was 3.1m barrels of oil equivalent per day, steady in the same period last year. ... ... 20 per cent stake, was 3.1m barrels of oil equivalent per day, steady in the same period last year. ... ... 20 per cent stake, was 3.1m barrels of oil equivalent per day, steady in the same period last year. ... ... from Russia’s state-controlled Rosneft in which BP holds a 20 per cent stake, was 3.1m barrels of oil equivalent per day, steady in the same period last year. ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 08:27:08 GMT

Commodities
oil price fall dents Mexican budget plans
Finance ministry sets new price target of $79 a barrel
... resource type based on today’s prices – it’s a longer term view than that,” Mr Albers said. ... ... resource type based on today’s prices – it’s a longer term view than that,” Mr Albers said. ... ... resource type based on today’s prices – it’s a longer term view than that,” Mr Albers said. ... ... lyst Jeff Currie said, arguing lower US shale oil production was now required to balance the global oil market. Mark Albers, senior vice-president at ExxonMobil, told a business conference in Querét ...
Tue, 28 Oct 2014 02:29:01 GMT

Middle East Amp North Africa
Easing of Dubai property prices welcomed
Mohammed Alabbar remains optimistic about longer-term demand despite cooling of market activity
... according to demand,” Mr Alabbar said. “If the market slows down we will slow down with it.” ... ... according to demand,” Mr Alabbar said. “If the market slows down we will slow down with it.” ... ... market that had been threatening to turn into a bubble. Estate agents have witnessed a slowdown in property transactions this year, with some saying prices in some districts have started to decline. ... ... according to demand,” Mr Alabbar said. “If the market slows down we will slow down with it.” ...
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 19:23:50 GMT

Middle East Amp North Africa
oil price fall temporary, says Saudi oil executive
Population growth will spur higher consumption, says Sabic head
... to produce in exported-oriented sectors, is a key missing element of policies to date,” she said. ... ... to produce in exported-oriented sectors, is a key missing element of policies to date,” she said. ... ... to produce in exported-oriented sectors, is a key missing element of policies to date,” she said. ... ... ing to an IMF statement released at the meeting. However, a decline of $25 a barrel in the price of oil would reduce government revenue by the equivalent of 8 percentage points of gross domestic produ ...
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 20:40:12 GMT

Africa Economy
Nigeria warns on falling oil prices
Finance minister says Lagos only has “two to three months” cushion
... tion. “That would enable us to pick up quantity to help us cushion on the price side,” she said. ... ... tion. “That would enable us to pick up quantity to help us cushion on the price side,” she said. ... ... es equivalent to $39bn. These have come under recent pressure as the central bank has stepped in to prop up the naira, but still cover nine months worth of imports. “On the fiscal side we need to r ... ... to rein in oil theft, which has cost billions of dollars a year, and help to drive through stalled oil sector legislation to stimulate production. “That would enable us to pick up quantity to help ...
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 15:59:30 GMT

proposed anti-graft bill would strengthen punishment for civil servants who take bribes
Anti-graft bill in a country afflicted with a culture of illicit favours will strengthen punishment for civil servants who take bribes
... ing is so deeply ingrained that it would be difficult to cut this chain of corruption overnight.” ... ... ing is so deeply ingrained that it would be difficult to cut this chain of corruption overnight.” ... ... ferry shone a light on the cosy relationship between Korean officials and business. The bill, first proposed two years ago by Kim Young-ran, then head of Korea’s Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights C ... ... ing is so deeply ingrained that it would be difficult to cut this chain of corruption overnight.” ...
Sun, 26 Oct 2014 06:51:17 GMT

Markets
Asia bourses ignore China property woes
Markets across the region buoyed by Wall Street’s rally
... d was flat at $1,230 per ounce and the yield on 10-year US Treasuries was unchanged at 2.2 per cent. ... ... d was flat at $1,230 per ounce and the yield on 10-year US Treasuries was unchanged at 2.2 per cent. ... ... er, beating consensus expectations. In China, bourses were slightly damped by fresh fears about the property market, after new home prices fell across the country in September. Prices fell in 69 of 70 ... ... mposite was flat. Elsewhere in Asia, Sydney’s S&P/ASX was up 0.5 per cent. Brent, the global oil benchmark, fell 0.8 per cent to $86.18 a barrel, and is down by more than 25 per cent since June ...
Fri, 24 Oct 2014 03:33:05 GMT

Iraq
US accuses allies of buying Isis oil
US Treasury accuses allies of buying smuggled oil and helping fund Islamist group
... ing off one key source of funds will require dislodging it from territory in which it operates.” ... ... ing off one key source of funds will require dislodging it from territory in which it operates.” ... ... ing off one key source of funds will require dislodging it from territory in which it operates.” ... ... e ransom of foreign hostages – including several European journalists. While disrupting the Isis oil-trading network is likely to significantly reduce the group’s wealth, Mr Cohen was clear that ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 18:23:01 GMT

oil Amp Gas
BP and Chevron report promising oil find
Discovery in deep waters in Gulf of Mexico could deliver ‘significant’ pay
... ince the 1990s and operates 20 licences, while it acquired its first UK onshore licences a year ago. ... ... ince the 1990s and operates 20 licences, while it acquired its first UK onshore licences a year ago. ... ... ince the 1990s and operates 20 licences, while it acquired its first UK onshore licences a year ago. ... ... g, the UK government is trying to get companies to work together to maximise retrieval of remaining oil and gas. GDF Suez said: “This is an encouraging exploration discovery in a part of the Central ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 17:17:09 GMT

Commodities
oil rises on claims of Saudi supply cut
Reports claimed Saudi had supplied 9.36m b/d of crude last month, down from 9.68m in August
... tic demand, which was only partly offset by still-strong export orders,” said Capital Economics. ... ... tic demand, which was only partly offset by still-strong export orders,” said Capital Economics. ... ... could push prices higher as traders scrambled to cover positions. Economic data provided a further prop for oil prices. News that industrial activity in the eurozone had grown at a faster pace than e ... ... vity in the eurozone had grown at a faster pace than expected in October was seen as supportive for oil prices, as was a fresh reading of Chinese industrial activity. However, some analysts said the H ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 16:58:24 GMT

property
property portal competition row heats up
Online estate agent eMoov files complaint over start-up site saying it will create a cartel
... rigger an investigation. If it were deemed sufficiently serious the CMA would investigate, it added. ... ... rigger an investigation. If it were deemed sufficiently serious the CMA would investigate, it added. ... ... will ban online agents and restrict the number of other portals on which its members can advertise properties. Agencies that join the portal will be able to advertise with either Rightmove or Zoopla, ... ... rigger an investigation. If it were deemed sufficiently serious the CMA would investigate, it added. ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 12:35:54 GMT

Markets
Interest turmoil leads to CME record
Regulatory changes help futures and options volume pass ‘taper tantrum’ peak
... sarily want to rock the boat unless they have to.” Additional reporting by Neil Munshi in Chicago ... ... sarily want to rock the boat unless they have to.” Additional reporting by Neil Munshi in Chicago ... ... e. Regulators have cracked down on freewheeling trading operations run by banks, ending in-house “prop” desks and applying tougher capital charges. That has pushed clients such as big hedge fund ... ... uld be difficult to trade during a market rout – thereby limiting the spread of last week’s turmoil. “If you’re a real money guy who’s done well this year then you have strong hands – you ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:11:28 GMT

oil Search buoyed by PNG gas project
Australian-listed group earmarks up to half net profits for dividends
... that US$40bn will flow to the PNG government and landowners during the lifetime of the LNG project. ... ... that US$40bn will flow to the PNG government and landowners during the lifetime of the LNG project. ... ... that US$40bn will flow to the PNG government and landowners during the lifetime of the LNG project. ... ... st to grow by 6 per cent in 2014 and 21 per cent in 2015, according to the Asian Development Bank. oil Search estimates that US$40bn will flow to the PNG government and landowners during the lifetime ...
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 06:43:46 GMT

FT View
A modest proposal to get Britain’s cities moving
The City Growth Commission’s argument on devolution should be heard
... ondon to allow cities to determine their own destinies. Politicians need to stop venerating and act. ... ... ondon to allow cities to determine their own destinies. Politicians need to stop venerating and act. ... ... ondon to allow cities to determine their own destinies. Politicians need to stop venerating and act. ... ... ondon to allow cities to determine their own destinies. Politicians need to stop venerating and act. ...
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 17:18:18 GMT

Currencies
oil price slide hits commodity currencies
Forex investors adjust to prospect of slower global growth
... ear. “The link between commodities and commodity currencies is longer term in nature,” she said. ... ... ear. “The link between commodities and commodity currencies is longer term in nature,” she said. ... ... ear. “The link between commodities and commodity currencies is longer term in nature,” she said. ... ... as Canada will become more apparent if commodity prices remain low over the next few months – as oil producers finalise budgets for investment next year. “The link between commodities and commodi ...
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 16:15:01 GMT

oil Amp Gas
Falling oil price raises shale concerns
Cost of US production has emerged as critical question for investors
... tput will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ... ... tput will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ... ... companies are putting into each well is rising. ConocoPhillips and others have been using much more proppant – the sand or similar material used in fracking to hold open cracks in the rock so the oi ... ... anies can follow that example, US output will be a lot more resilient than its competitors in other oil-producing countries would hope. ...
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 07:35:47 GMT

Commodities
Growth in Chinese oil demand buoys Brent
Highest rate of growth since June 2013 belies fears of global slowdown
... l has so far not pursued. Nymex November West Texas Intermediate rose 36 cents to $83.07 a barrel. ... ... l has so far not pursued. Nymex November West Texas Intermediate rose 36 cents to $83.07 a barrel. ... ... l has so far not pursued. Nymex November West Texas Intermediate rose 36 cents to $83.07 a barrel. ... ... International Monetary Fund, the International Energy Agency and Opec, have weighed on the price of oil. Some energy market watchers had expected Opec, led by its largest producer Saudi Arabia, to cu ...
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 15:52:46 GMT

Capital Markets
Waning turmoil helps bond sales recover
Debt sales postponed during last week’s volatility return to exploit ‘window of relative calm’
... e of good weeks” said Mr Marrinan. “The days of this being a sellers’ market are behind us.” ... ... e of good weeks” said Mr Marrinan. “The days of this being a sellers’ market are behind us.” ... ... e of good weeks” said Mr Marrinan. “The days of this being a sellers’ market are behind us.” ... ... e of good weeks” said Mr Marrinan. “The days of this being a sellers’ market are behind us.” ...
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 07:26:10 GMT

Commodities
Saudi Arabia keeps the oil market guessing
Opec’s main producer absorbs lower prices to defend market share
...  . now that relatively price-responsive US producers have entered the scene,” he says. “The saudis believe that these shale producers are a blessing, as they put a ceiling on the price as well ... ... y put a ceiling on the price as well as a floor. It’s as if they are the newest member of Opec.” ... ... y put a ceiling on the price as well as a floor. It’s as if they are the newest member of Opec.” ... ... n oil analyst. “Saudi Arabia does not react to short-term price movements, but to quantities [of oil in the market],” said Mr Horsnell. “The steepest drops in price have only happened very rece ...
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 08:23:51 GMT

Opinion
Russia cannot stand low oil prices forever
The government will have either to cut spending or raise taxes, writes Sergei Guriev
... rmer rector of the New Economic School in Moscow, is professor of economics at Sciences Po in Paris ... ... rmer rector of the New Economic School in Moscow, is professor of economics at Sciences Po in Paris ... ... in a besieged fortress and must rally around the flag whatever the cost. This will require raising propaganda and political repression to yet another level – and may involve even more unpredictable ... ... oral promises, or raise taxes – which would further hit investment and GDP growth. Either way, if oil prices remain in the $80 to $90 range, the government will have to placate an electorate sufferi ...
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 13:57:24 GMT

Commodities
oil rallies sharply after near 4-year low
Investors buy back into market analysts say was oversold
... next year. Our end-2015 and end-2016 forecasts for Brent are $85 and $80, respectively,” it said. ... ... next year. Our end-2015 and end-2016 forecasts for Brent are $85 and $80, respectively,” it said. ... ... next year. Our end-2015 and end-2016 forecasts for Brent are $85 and $80, respectively,” it said. ... ... f Suez,” said JBC Energy, a consultancy. But while many analysts have a more constructive view on oil prices in the near term because they believe the market’s worst fears about demand are likely ...
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 18:29:03 GMT

Opinion
oil gush keeps prices low as fear is high
There is a surplus of geopolitical risk in the world, but a greater surplus of oil, writes Daniel Yergin
... s summer it reduced production by 0.4m b/d in response tomarket conditions. Like everyone else, the saudis are assessing how far the price will fall and how to respond. But they are unlikely to make l ... ... irman of IHS and author of ‘The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World’ ... ... irman of IHS and author of ‘The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World’ ... ... e collapse is to be found in a weakening world economy and a new era of abundance in North American oil. The writer is vice-chairman of IHS and author of ‘The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaki ...
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 17:32:10 GMT

Investments
Market turmoil tests investors’ nerves
Advisers counsel against panic as volatility rises sharply
... this has triggered a flight to security, but this looks to be one flight that has landed already.” ... ... this has triggered a flight to security, but this looks to be one flight that has landed already.” ... ... this has triggered a flight to security, but this looks to be one flight that has landed already.” ... ... ince June and iron ore is at an five-year low. That’s weighed heavily on the FTSE, an index where oil and mining companies account for a fifth of capitalisation. Gold, frequently touted as a safe ha ...
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 16:37:22 GMT

UK Equities
Tullow rebounds on oil bounce
FTSE 100 rises 1.9%, or 114.38 points, to 6,310.29, paring its weekly loss to 0.5 per cent
... hant, lost 1 per cent to £16.21 after a downturn for its plumbing division hit quarterly earnings. ... ... hant, lost 1 per cent to £16.21 after a downturn for its plumbing division hit quarterly earnings. ... ... hant, lost 1 per cent to £16.21 after a downturn for its plumbing division hit quarterly earnings. ... ... rt of the year. A reassuring interim update led Petrofac to rally 7.3 per cent to £10.60, with the oil industry engineer reiterating full-year earnings guidance. Smith & Nephew added 4.5 per cent ...
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 16:33:17 GMT

Globaleconomy
Interactive graphic: How do oil producers balance the books?

... direct link between what break-even prices show and how the cartel will respond to price movements. ... ... direct link between what break-even prices show and how the cartel will respond to price movements. ... ... direct link between what break-even prices show and how the cartel will respond to price movements. ... ... increase their revenues. This is not to say that oil exporters will not feel the pressure of lower oil prices at all. But break-even prices should not be interpreted on their own to understand what ...
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 11:04:48 GMT

Market turmoil fuels doubts over Europe
Sharp rise in Greek borrowing costs raises concerns over structural issues
... person said, however, that the decision should not be viewed as a reaction to recent market stress. ... ... person said, however, that the decision should not be viewed as a reaction to recent market stress. ... ... person said, however, that the decision should not be viewed as a reaction to recent market stress. ... ... on said, however, that the decision should not be viewed as a reaction to recent market stress. ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 18:29:00 GMT

US Equities
Baker Hughes sinks on geopolitical turmoil
Decline in drilling in Gulf of Mexico also weighs on margins
... sdaq Composite declined 0.1 per cent to 4,217.39. Email: mamta.badkar@ft.com Twitter: @mamtabadkar ... ... sdaq Composite declined 0.1 per cent to 4,217.39. Email: mamta.badkar@ft.com Twitter: @mamtabadkar ... ... sdaq Composite declined 0.1 per cent to 4,217.39. Email: mamta.badkar@ft.com Twitter: @mamtabadkar ... ... ished by investors after the oilfield services company missed analyst estimates as geopolitical turmoil and a decline in drilling in the Gulf of Mexico weighed on margins. The Texas-based company repo ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 17:13:15 GMT

UK Equities
oil price slide hurts Enquest
EnQuest dropped 6% to a record low of 72.7p on fears it may have to delay capex to protect cash
... 3.1 per cent to 111.7p on quarterly results showing the benefit of a recovery in its key AHL fund. ... ... 3.1 per cent to 111.7p on quarterly results showing the benefit of a recovery in its key AHL fund. ... ... 3.1 per cent to 111.7p on quarterly results showing the benefit of a recovery in its key AHL fund. ... ... facilities, the covenant on EnQuest’s $1.7bn revolving credit facility would be under pressure if oil stays at current levels, the broker said. Afren was another victim, losing 5.1 per cent to 93.3p ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 17:11:28 GMT

US Politics Amp Policy
Saudi Arabia tests US ties with oil price
American shale companies are hurt but consumers benefit
... ide is greater than the downside.” “There is not a whiff of collusion” between the US and the saudis, says Bob McNally, a former George W Bush administration official now president of the Rapida ... ... oduction to stabilise the market, shouldering the burden itself. instead, it appears so far to have decided to let the price fall, indicating that it would be happy with an oil price around $80, rathe ... ... ecently that US production of liquid petroleum, including crude oil and natural gas liquids such as propane, had drawn level with that of Saudi Arabia over the summer. Prices at these levels or lower ... ... already talking about having to cut back their capital spending. If they do cut, then next year US oil production growth will slow, and could even go into reverse if prices fall even lower. ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 17:10:06 GMT

Banks
Saudi bank to float despite turmoil
Arab world’s largest listing defies religious criticism and plummeting stock market
... deal.” But bankers close to the deal downplay these concerns. “This will go ahead,” says one. ... ... deal.” But bankers close to the deal downplay these concerns. “This will go ahead,” says one. ... ... deal.” But bankers close to the deal downplay these concerns. “This will go ahead,” says one. ... ... kingdom, sparking a public intervention by billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Al Saud. oil prices have already slid beneath the $89 a barrel needed to balance the Saudi budget. A sustaine ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 15:54:42 GMT

Energy
oil price fall offers Japan a mixed bag
Benefits to terms of trade offset by deflation effect
... cent decline in crude oil prices and other factors may temporarily weigh down on consumer prices”. ... ... cent decline in crude oil prices and other factors may temporarily weigh down on consumer prices”. ... ... cent decline in crude oil prices and other factors may temporarily weigh down on consumer prices”. ... ... 5 per cent, it said “attention should be paid to the possibility that the recent decline in crude oil prices and other factors may temporarily weigh down on consumer prices”. ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 11:14:29 GMT

Pharmaceuticals
AbbVie drops proposed $54bn Shire deal
Drug groups’ tie-up is the biggest to be torpedoed by US crackdown on tax inversions
... his year, according to data from Dealogic and Credit Suisse. Additional reporting by Claer Barrett ... ... his year, according to data from Dealogic and Credit Suisse. Additional reporting by Claer Barrett ... ... AbbVie said in a statement on Thursday that it had recommended its shareholders to vote against the proposed takeover, effectively putting an end to a deal that would have created one of the world’s ... ... his year, according to data from Dealogic and Credit Suisse. Additional reporting by Claer Barrett ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 08:26:55 GMT

The Commodities Note
Low oil prices do not ensure shale output cuts
Quest for revenue often outweighs cost of production debate
... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... Jonathan Kingsman is the founder of sugar consultancy Kingsman and currently a consultant to Platts ... ... price picks up enough to cover their costs. Could the same happen in the oil market? In theory the oil price should not stay below the break even point of about $75-$80 a barrel. If Brazil’s sugar ...
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 08:05:56 GMT

oil Amp Gas
Statoil boss has challenges at BG
After leaving the new chief will also have to manage down debt
... and the Brazilian oilfields due to accelerate production, there may be no a better time to join BG. ... ... and the Brazilian oilfields due to accelerate production, there may be no a better time to join BG. ... ... analyst, “the circle of trust” was broken, and investor confidence in the UK company has never properly recovered. Though clear challenges remain in rebuilding investor sentiment towards BG, anal ... ... uld be starting to turn. With the Queensland LNG project about to come on stream, and the Brazilian oilfields due to accelerate production, there may be no a better time to join BG. ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 18:48:09 GMT

Lex
oil prices: Saudi slick measures
Price cuts particularly apply to kingdom’s oil sold to Asia
... esources are down a fifth so far in October – need to be prepared. Tweet the Lex team at @FTLex ... ... esources are down a fifth so far in October – need to be prepared. Tweet the Lex team at @FTLex ... ... esources are down a fifth so far in October – need to be prepared. Tweet the Lex team at @FTLex ... ... . Either would be bad news for the House of Saud. Hence, the price cuts particularly apply to Saudi oil sold to Asia. Here it has to compete with cheaper Iranian and Iraqi crude as well. This could be ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 17:40:52 GMT

Europe
France unveils deregulation proposals
Move comes as country’s budget is delivered to Brussels
... ake time,” he said. “That is why a big investment plan in Europe is needed in the short term.” ... ... ake time,” he said. “That is why a big investment plan in Europe is needed in the short term.” ... ... o retain its influence, or control, over key sectors such as energy. The economy minister said more proposals would be announced next month. The measures come on top of €40bn in business tax cuts du ... ... ake time,” he said. “That is why a big investment plan in Europe is needed in the short term.” ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 16:03:56 GMT

oil Amp Gas
BG Group poaches Statoil’s chief
Norwegian Helde Lund named as UK gas group’s new chief executive
... UN Secretary-General’s Advisory Group on Sustainable Energy from 2011. He is a Norwegian citizen. ... ... UN Secretary-General’s Advisory Group on Sustainable Energy from 2011. He is a Norwegian citizen. ... ... dnesday morning. There will be a specially convened meeting of shareholders to vote on Mr Lund’s proposed long-term incentive plan, which will would have a face value of £12m to be earned over fiv ... ... ey will be supportive.” “He has built a world-class exploration and production portfolio at Statoil, and the company is now widely admired for its technical expertise, financial performance and st ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 06:42:35 GMT

Markets
Winners and losers from oil price plunge
Brent crude at $80 would have effect of huge global QE programme
... e resilient bunch than is commonly thought. Ed Morse is global head of commodities research at Citi ... ... e resilient bunch than is commonly thought. Ed Morse is global head of commodities research at Citi ... ... e resilient bunch than is commonly thought. Ed Morse is global head of commodities research at Citi ... ... s. Statements by Saudi leaders indicate that they think US production growth would be hampered with oil prices much below $90, and it is already clear that with Brent at $90, a widening spread between ...
Wed, 15 Oct 2014 03:59:16 GMT

Middle East Amp North Africa
Saudi investor warns on falling oil price
Prince expresses ‘astonishment’ over minister playing down issue
... s for sociopolitical stability of an austerity drive in the Gulf are significant,” Mr Soussa said. ... ... s for sociopolitical stability of an austerity drive in the Gulf are significant,” Mr Soussa said. ... ... s for sociopolitical stability of an austerity drive in the Gulf are significant,” Mr Soussa said. ... ... Riyadh would only have to draw on net assets of more than 100 per cent of gross domestic product if oil stayed at $80 a barrel for almost a year, said Emad Mostaque, a strategist at Eclectic Strategy. ...
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 15:57:50 GMT

oil Amp Gas
Falling oil price hurts shale explorers
Energy companies struggle to generate sufficient cash to cover their capital spending
... demand continues to grow, the oil market could tighten again quickly, he says. “The risk for the saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ... ... s. “The risk for the Saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ... ... s. “The risk for the Saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ... ... ten again quickly, he says. “The risk for the Saudis is that they overdo it, and end up with $150 oil on the other side.” ...
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 12:46:22 GMT

oil Amp Gas
Statoil to sell stake in Caspian gasfield
Norwegian oil group scaling back capital spending through deal with Malaysia’s Petronas
... e stays below $100 a barrel, he added. Shares in Statoil were up 1.2 per cent on Monday at NKr160.2. ... ... e stays below $100 a barrel, he added. Shares in Statoil were up 1.2 per cent on Monday at NKr160.2. ... ... ments among the world’s leading oil companies to improve capital discipline. Including Monday’s proposed sale, Statoil is on course to raise about $22bn from asset disposals over the past three ye ... ... cash flow and dividend targets as the oil price stays below $100 a barrel, he added. Shares in Statoil were up 1.2 per cent on Monday at NKr160.2. ...
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:04:56 GMT

oil Amp Gas
oil price fall disrupts Mexico’s hedging
Commodity accounts for one-third of state revenue
... d be reached. The finance ministry said: “There won’t be any comment until the process ends.” ... ... d be reached. The finance ministry said: “There won’t be any comment until the process ends.” ... ... d be reached. The finance ministry said: “There won’t be any comment until the process ends.” ... ... e to do this because of the changes in financial regulations.” Every dollar fall in the price of oil costs Mexico some $30m, according to Marco Oviedo, chief economist at Barclays in Mexico City ...
Sun, 12 Oct 2014 11:41:42 GMT

Commodities
oil and shares go into reverse
Growth fears drive crude to 4-year low and equities to 7-month nadir
... t in which central banks will want to ease [policies] – or at least step back from tightening.” ... ... t in which central banks will want to ease [policies] – or at least step back from tightening.” ... ... t in which central banks will want to ease [policies] – or at least step back from tightening.” ... ... acting like a non-Opec member at the moment and fighting for market share,” said Ms Sen. Falling oil prices, however, could help boost economic prospects – lifting hopes of a market rebound. “T ...
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 17:20:15 GMT

Commodities
oil nears four-year low on growth fears
Brent benchmark crude price falls below $89 a barrel
... is in their focus?” he said. Additional reporting by Gregory Meyer and Mamta Badkar in New York ... ... is in their focus?” he said. Additional reporting by Gregory Meyer and Mamta Badkar in New York ... ... nd. “There’s a realisation in oil markets that Saudi Arabia isn’t going to cut production to prop up prices – at least not yet,” said one analyst. That view was underlined on the first day ... ... rticular trying to support oil prices by cutting production or preserving market share and maximise oil revenues is in their focus?” he said. Additional reporting by Gregory Meyer and Mamta Badkar i ...
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 10:06:05 GMT

Commodities
Q&A: The rout in oil prices
The main drivers of the recent rapid decline in benchmark crude prices
... er whether they are in a position to cut. This could lead to a tricky Opec meeting on November 27. ... ... er whether they are in a position to cut. This could lead to a tricky Opec meeting on November 27. ... ... er whether they are in a position to cut. This could lead to a tricky Opec meeting on November 27. ... ... Saudi Arabia and its partners in the region. More video What is Opec doing about it Although the oil ministers from Iran and Iraq have called on Opec nations to work together to prevent a further s ...
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 08:43:49 GMT

Markets
City transformed by new property rules
Relaxed rules mean commercial property can be used for housing
... harge of the shambles that passes for Britain’s energy policy until next May. neil.collins@ft.com ... ... harge of the shambles that passes for Britain’s energy policy until next May. neil.collins@ft.com ... ... innovative or valuable businesses are at risk, threatening the future of the City, according to the property lobbyists. Their industry has become accustomed to commercial space being more valuable tha ... ... harge of the shambles that passes for Britain’s energy policy until next May. neil.collins@ft.com ...
Fri, 10 Oct 2014 07:43:54 GMT

oil Amp Gas
Global growth fears weigh on oil prices
Brent benchmark falls below $90 to its lowest level since December 2010
... ronger domestic consumption or purchases for strategic reserves, said Energy Aspects, a consultancy. ... ... ronger domestic consumption or purchases for strategic reserves, said Energy Aspects, a consultancy. ... ... ronger domestic consumption or purchases for strategic reserves, said Energy Aspects, a consultancy. ... ... said. China – the world’s second-largest oil consumer – has been on a “buying spree” for oil, but it was not clear whether its imports were related to stronger domestic consumption or purch ...
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 22:27:24 GMT

oil Amp Gas
Kashagan oil project costs rise by $4bn
Consortium involving ExxonMobil, Shell, and Total forced to replace 200km of leaking pipelines
... ansion project, which has taken on greater significance for Kazakhstan amid the delays at Kashagan. ... ... ansion project, which has taken on greater significance for Kazakhstan amid the delays at Kashagan. ... ... Meanwhile, Kazakhstan’s energy minister Vladimir Shkolnik said this week the cost estimate for a proposed expansion at the Chevron-led Tengiz field had risen from $23bn to about $40bn. Tengiz, in t ... ... ls in Kazakhstan’s capital of Astana are fretting. “People here are very concerned watching the oil price go down,” said one official. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan’s energy minister Vladimir Shkolnik ...
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Libyan-U.S. oil Company Offices Destroyed
The offices of a Libyan-U.S. oil company were destroyed last month during fighting in the capital, Libyan officials said.
... Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... now producing about 205,000 barrels a day, up from 22,000 barrels a day on Aug. 28, another Libyan oil official said late Friday. ConocoPhillips declined to comment while Marathon and Hess didn't ret ...
Sat, 27 Sep 2014 08:41:39 EDT

World News
Airstrikes in Syria Roil Rebel Alliances
Thousands of civilians and rebels across Syria protested allied airstrikes against extremist militants that continued on Friday, underscoring the challenge the U.S.-led campaign faces in dealing with complex ties among rival rebel factions.
... g Syria, and it's our country." ... ... g Syria, and it's our country." ... ... g Syria, and it's our country." ... ... g Syria, and it's our country." ...
Sat, 27 Sep 2014 00:06:36 EDT

World News
Airstrikes in Syria Roil Rebel Alliances
Thousands of civilians and rebels across Syria protested allied airstrikes against extremist militants that continued on Friday, underscoring the challenge the U.S.-led campaign faces in dealing with complex ties among rival rebel factions.
... ia Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ... ... ia Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ... ... ia Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ... ... ia Abi-Habib at maria.habib@wsj.com ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 21:59:09 EDT

Business
YPF Aims to Speed Up Non-Conventional oil, Gas Development
YPF SA has shown the viability of the massive Vaca Muerta shale formation through a pilot project with Chevron, and has new projects in the works as the country seeks energy self-sufficiency, YPF Chief Executive Miguel Galuccio said.
... nce Iliff at laurence.iliff@wsj.com ... ... nce Iliff at laurence.iliff@wsj.com ... ... exploration and production. Mr. Galuccio, who became chief executive the same year, has been a key proponent of Argentina's plans to push new energy legislation through Congress that would make inves ... ... ut 1.5 billion cubic feet) of natural gas, which is still modest compared to leading South American oil producing nations like Brazil. Mr. Galuccio said that YPF has also been able to borrow money at ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 18:21:23 EDT

Commodities
U.S. oil Prices Rise Relative to Global Benchmark
U.S. oil futures gained on expectations of continued high demand, while global benchmark Brent held flat, bringing the price gap between the two contracts to the lowest point since July.
... Friedman at nicole.friedman@wsj.com ... ... Friedman at nicole.friedman@wsj.com ... ... Friedman at nicole.friedman@wsj.com ... ... Carl Larry, analyst at oil Outlooks & Opinions. Gasoline futures sold off Friday after rallying Thursday on concerns ab ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 15:59:43 EDT

Business
Iran Calls on OPEC to Stop oil-Price Fall
Iran's oil minister Bijan Zanganeh called on OPEC countries to make a joint effort to prevent oil prices from falling further.
... Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... months, according to a Gulf oil official. But others like Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates have decided to pump more. Write to Benoît Faucon at benoit.faucon@wsj.com and Summer Said at summer.sa ... ... Summer Said at summer.said@wsj.com ... ... keep it at the current level of 9.6 million barrels a day in the coming months, according to a Gulf oil official. But others like Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates have decided to pump more. Write ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 08:58:10 EDT

Today S Markets
Global Anxiety Roils Markets
The Dow industrials fell 264.26 points Thursday, and traders and money managers blamed high stock prices, the uncertain global economy and international conflicts.
... S. Browning at jim.browning@wsj.com ... ... S. Browning at jim.browning@wsj.com ... ... S. Browning at jim.browning@wsj.com ... ... fell in early trading Friday in Asia. Traders and money managers blamed the same things that have roiled markets before: high stock prices, the uncertain global economy and international conflicts. ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 02:45:37 EDT

Today S Markets
Global Anxiety Roils Markets
The Dow industrials fell 264.26 points Thursday, and traders and money managers blamed high stock prices, the uncertain global economy and international conflicts.
... t Wirz contributed to this article. ... ... t Wirz contributed to this article. ... ... t Wirz contributed to this article. ... ... fell in early trading Friday in Asia. Traders and money managers blamed the same things that have roiled markets before: high stock prices, the uncertain global economy and international conflicts. O ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 00:25:43 EDT

NY Crime
NYPD Improperly Recorded Some Hate-Crime Data, Audit Found
The New York State Comptroller's office has recommended the New York Police Department amend its reporting procedures for hate-crime incidents after an audit found not all bias data were being properly captured and recorded.
... n to implement the recommendations. ... ... n to implement the recommendations. ... ... ing to the discrepancy, with the audit "unable to confirm that all reported bias incidents are properly captured, recorded, and reported." The report said NYPD officials had been provided w ... ... n to implement the recommendations. ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 23:22:00 EDT

Business
Statoil Shelves Canadian oil-Sands Project, Citing Costs and Access
Norwegian energy giant Statoil ASA on Thursday halted plans to develop an oil-sands project in Canada, citing high costs and shipping bottlenecks facing the Alberta project.
... er Dawson at chester.dawson@wsj.com ... ... er Dawson at chester.dawson@wsj.com ... ... er Dawson at chester.dawson@wsj.com ... ... leases to PTTEP. The Stavanger, Norway-based company had said all five leases could contain enough oil to produce more than 200,000 barrels a day over the next 30 years. Write to Chester Dawson at ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 17:56:18 EDT

Business
Industry Group Backs Tests for Crude oil Shipped by Train
The energy industry's top trade group called on U.S. oil producers to do more frequent and better testing of crude oil before loading it on trains.
... ussell Gold at russell.gold@wsj.com ... ... ussell Gold at russell.gold@wsj.com ... ... ussell Gold at russell.gold@wsj.com ... ... e oil for shipment on rail be tested. "Testing should be conducted prior to offering the crude oil for rail transportation," according to the API guidelines. Investigations in Canada and the ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 17:34:10 EDT

Markets
BOE Chief Says Insurers Must Design 'Appropriate' Risk Models
Bank of England Gov. Mark Carney on Thursday warned insurance companies that they must design "appropriate" risk models for themselves or face being hit by harsher rules.
... iet Samuel at juliet.samuel@wsj.com ... ... s were forced to introduce new risk models in the wake of the financial crisis. The Bank of England decided that some banks were relying on models they couldn't sufficiently explain, using poor qualit ... ... ta and account for all quantifiable risks. Boards have the responsibility to ensure models remain appropriate and to show they are used in practice." Mr. Carney's warning is designed to avoid a r ... ... iet Samuel at juliet.samuel@wsj.com ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 13:12:54 EDT

Middle East News
Deal With saudis Paved Way for Syrian Airstrikes
Long negotiations with Saudi Arabia proved the linchpin in U.S. efforts to bring Arab states into their coalition against Islamic State.
... w correctly that the saudis were the linchpin," said a senior U.S. official who works with the saudis. Saudi players in attendance for the Sept. 11 meeting included Prince Bandar bin Sultan, who ... ... gional influence with Iran, an Assad ally. As Mr. Assad stepped up his domestic crackdown, the king decided to do whatever was needed to bring the Syrian leader down, Arab diplomats say. In the last w ... ... E. Barnes at julian.barnes@wsj.com ... ... mism U.S. Asks Canada For More Help Against Islamic State U.S., Allies Target Islamic State oil Assets Refugees See Gains, Seek More Diplomatic Role for Iraq Poses Risks In U.S. Fight ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 01:29:33 EDT

Middle East News
Deal With saudis Paved Way for Syrian Airstrikes
Long negotiations with Saudi Arabia proved the linchpin in U.S. efforts to bring Arab states into their coalition against Islamic State.
... w correctly that the saudis were the linchpin," said a senior U.S. official who works with the saudis. Saudi players in attendance for the Sept. 11 meeting included Prince Bandar bin Sultan, who ... ... ad spent years trying to coax a reluctant Mr. Obama to play a more hands-on role in Syria. The king decided to give the Americans what they requested, diplomats said, adding that the Saudis didn't wan ... ... Omran contributed to this article. ... ... Omran contributed to this article. ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 00:29:03 EDT

Middle East News
U.S., Allies Target Islamic State oil Assets
The U.S. and Arab allies launched a second major wave of airstrikes in Syria targeting mobile oil refineries controlled by Islamic State, the Pentagon said.
... Related U.S. Presses for World to Act Deal With saudis Paved Way for Syrian Airstrikes Refugees See Gains, Seek More Diplomatic Role for Ira ... ... nd Sam Dagher at sam.dagher@wsj.com ... ... nd Sam Dagher at sam.dagher@wsj.com ... ... . The ability of Islamic State militants to finance their operation not from donations but through oil has made them a particularly dangerous group, U.S. officials have said. In the first round of U. ...
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 00:12:28 EDT

Latin America News
Mexico Plans Roadshow to Promote oil-Bidding Round
Mexico's government is starting meetings this week with local and foreign investors to promote the country's first public oil tenders after opening its state-run energy sector to competition.
... Juan Montes at juan.montes@wsj.com ... ... Juan Montes at juan.montes@wsj.com ... ... r Pemex, has been the only authorized oil field operator since former President Lázaro Cárdenas expropriated the industry in 1938. Private firms only participated as service providers under contract ... ... ges to open the energy sector were passed last December, a breakthrough for a country that made the oil industry an object of national pride. In August, the Congress approved implementing the laws wit ...
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 16:35:44 EDT

Europe Markets
Squatters Welcome Blackstone's Spanish property Play
Blackstone has purchased 40,000 mortgages in the Barcelona area, but the company may find making money out of depressed Spanish real estate is a tough challenge.
... rtainty for investors in the region. ... ... rtainty for investors in the region. ... ... e classified as recourse loans, meaning borrowers are on the hook for the debt even if a foreclosed property is sold. One more wild card for Blackstone: the independence movement in Catalonia, the reg ... ... rtainty for investors in the region. ...
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 01:03:24 EDT

Asia News
Pakistan Plans Stake Sale in oil & Gas Development
Pakistan plans to raise some $800 million from selling a stake in state-owned oil & Gas Development Co. Ltd., in the country's biggest share sale in eight years.
... to Saeed Shah at saeed.shah@wsj.com ... ... to Saeed Shah at saeed.shah@wsj.com ... ... to Saeed Shah at saeed.shah@wsj.com ... ... y imports. Pakistan suffers from a crippling electricity shortage caused partly by having to import oil to run power stations. The sale of the stake will take the government's holding of OGDCL down to ...
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 22:40:35 EDT

Europe Markets
Squatters Welcome Blackstone's Spanish property Play
Blackstone has purchased 40,000 mortgages in the Barcelona area, but the company may find making money out of depressed Spanish real estate is a tough challenge.
... eumann at jeannette.neumann@wsj.com ... ... eumann at jeannette.neumann@wsj.com ... ... e classified as recourse loans, meaning borrowers are on the hook for the debt even if a foreclosed property is sold. One more wild card for Blackstone: the independence movement in Catalonia, the reg ... ... eumann at jeannette.neumann@wsj.com ...
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 17:46:12 EDT

Spanish
Google debe mejorar su propuesta o enfrentar cargos, dice la UE
Google Inc. debe mejorar su propuesta para zanjar los temores de la Unión Europea respecto a sus prácticas de búsqueda o deberá hacer frente a acusaciones formales en materia de competencia, dijo el comisario europeo de la Competencia, Joaquín Almuni
... n Microsoft", indicó Almunia. ... ... n Microsoft", indicó Almunia. ... ... ue pujar por el espacio a través de una subasta. Almunia pidió a Google este mes que mejorara su propuesta de acuerdo por cuarta vez. Si Google no introduce los cambios necesarios, "el siguien ... ... n Microsoft", indicó Almunia. ...
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 11:48:23 EDT

El sindicato de pilotos Air France rechaza una propuesta para acabar la huelga
El principal sindicato de pilotos de Air France-KLM rechazó el lunes las propuestas de la dirección para acabar con la huelga que lleva más de una semana interrumpiendo el tráfico.
... a, según fuentes de la compañía. ... ... a, según fuentes de la compañía. ... ... ión celebrada el lunes. Un portavoz de Air France-KLM dijo que De Juniac detallaría sus últimas propuestas en una rueda de prensa que tendrá lugar el lunes. Los pilotos fueron a la huelga hace u ... ... a, según fuentes de la compañía. ...
Mon, 22 Sep 2014 16:37:02 EDT

Weekend Investor
The New World of property Investing
There's a growing array of ways to profit from renting out single-family homes.
... otis at AnnaMaria.Andriotis@wsj.com ... ... otis at AnnaMaria.Andriotis@wsj.com ... ... can foreclose on the properties and sell them to make lenders whole. Some will consider renting the property instead. But investors could be at risk if home prices fall or the economy falters—two po ... ... may need. Buyers should lower their offer to account for expensive repairs such as to the roof or boiler, says Jack McCabe, ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 14:21:00 EDT

European Business News
Western oil Companies to Continue in Russia Despite Sanctions
Western oil companies have pledged their readiness to continue working in Russia despite Western sanctions, which have already put a brand new project into question.
... ctions may not be able to come back. ... ... ctions may not be able to come back. ... ... ctions may not be able to come back. ... ... the Kara Sea since 2011. The companies launched the Univesritetskaya-1 rig, Russia's most northern oil project, Aug. 9. Russia President ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:07:59 EDT

Commodities
oil-Price Quirk Sends Crude Out to Sea
Big oil companies and traders are stashing millions of barrels of crude on massive tankers bobbing in the ocean, in a bid to profit from a quirk in oil markets.
... sie Werber at cassie.werber@wsj.com ... ... sie Werber at cassie.werber@wsj.com ... ... sie Werber at cassie.werber@wsj.com ... ... anies are seeking to take advantage of the unusual prices in oil market while they can. "Crude-oil storage is once again happening in the Eastern Atlantic, South Africa and Asia," said Steph ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 08:23:46 EDT

Commercial Real Estate
Chinese property Investors Bet Big Overseas
A growing number of Chinese developers are launching big projects in Western cities, such as the planned $1.63 billion transformation of an abandoned dock in London into a business park.
... hanghai contributed to this article. ... ... hanghai contributed to this article. ... ... and Tishman Speyer properties LP is developing two luxury condominium towers. To be sure, Mr. Xu's Royal Albert Dock pr ... ... hanghai contributed to this article. ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 03:26:00 EDT

Commercial Real Estate
Chinese property Investors Bet Big Overseas
A growing number of Chinese developers are launching big projects in Western cities, such as the planned $1.63 billion transformation of an abandoned dock in London into a business park.
... rt Patnaude at art.patnaude@wsj.com ... ... rt Patnaude at art.patnaude@wsj.com ... ... Xu Weiping surveys the vacant site where he intends to construct commercial properties that he hopes will be occupied by Asian businesses. Peter Nicholls for The ... ... rt Patnaude at art.patnaude@wsj.com ...
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 23:18:37 EDT

Exhibit
Sebastião Salgado's Homage to Earth's Unspoiled Beauty
Sebastião Salgado has a new exhibition at the International Center for Photography in New York City.
... ardcover book, published by Taschen. ... ... ardcover book, published by Taschen. ... ... ardcover book, published by Taschen. ... ... tal change. For "Genesis," Mr. Salgado has turned his lens on the exquisite beauty of unspoiled regions of the planet, reminding us that "some 46% of the planet is still as it was in th ...
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 14:23:12 EDT

Digits
FTC: Yelp and TinyCo Improperly Collected Kids' Data
Online review site Yelp and TinyCo, a popular developer of kids' apps, settled charges that the companies had collected personal information from children without parental permission.
... ll pay $450,000, and TinyCo $300,000. ... ... ll pay $450,000, and TinyCo $300,000. ... ... ll pay $450,000, and TinyCo $300,000. ... ... ll pay $450,000, and TinyCo $300,000. ...
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 17:12:43 EDT

Commodities
oil Prices Sink as Global Supplies Rise
A global oil surplus is driving U.S. crude prices to fresh lows.
... e same going through the fall." ... ... e same going through the fall." ... ... e same going through the fall." ... ... with barrels from surging production in Libya, Iraq, West Africa and elsewhere, more U.S.-produced oil and fuel stays at home. The surplus is likely only to grow as the summer driving season comes to ...
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 01:04:32 EDT

Africa News
Uganda Finds Suicide Vests, Explosives After Foiled Attack
Ugandan security forces discovered suicide vests and improvised explosive devices, police said, after they foiled with U.S. help a coordinated terror attack on bars, hotels and the country's largest public university.
... s Bariyo at nicholas.bariyo@wsj.com ... ... s Bariyo at nicholas.bariyo@wsj.com ... ... They aren't considered suspects, but lacked proper documentation, she said. Ms. Namaye said the suspected terrorists were looking to maximize c ... ... urity forces said Monday that they discovered suicide vests and improvised explosive devices after foiling, with U.S. help, a coordinated terror attack that was meant to hit bars, hotels and Uganda's ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 21:57:56 EDT

Commodities
oil Prices Fall as China Data Fuel Demand Concerns
Global oil prices deepened their slide after weak industrial and retail data from China raised concerns about demand for crude.
... man contributed to this article. ... ... man contributed to this article. ... ... man contributed to this article. ... ... id. OPEC's secretary-general told The Wall Street Journal in an interview last week that he expects oil prices to rebound by the end of the year. October diesel ended down 0.09 cent at $2.7396 a gallo ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 15:42:29 EDT

Commodities
oil Prices Resume Slide After Weak Chinese Data
oil prices resumed their slide Monday after weak industrial and retail data from China raised concerns about demand in the world's second-largest crude consumer.
... sen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ... ... sen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ... ... sen at christian.berthelsen@wsj.com ... ... ning again for the remainder of the year," consultancy JBC Energy said in a note. The slide in oil prices weighed on markets for refined products as well, with refined gasoline futures potentiall ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:56:00 EDT

Asia News
Vietnam, India Expand oil Search in South China Sea
Vietnam and India agreed to expand cooperation in oil and gas exploration and production in contested waters of the South China Sea, despite previous objections from China.
... bears an annual interest rate of 2%. ... ... bears an annual interest rate of 2%. ... ... bears an annual interest rate of 2%. ... ... 128 in the South China Sea. It relinquished adjacent block 127 in 2011 after it failed to find any oil or gas in the area. In 2011, the Chinese government warned ONGC that its exploration activities ...
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 06:57:08 EDT

U S News
Public-Private Deals Spark Turmoil
Missoula, Mont., is suing the private-equity firm the Carlyle Group to regain control of its water system—one of several municipalities fighting for control of its infrastructure.
... n Dezember at ryan.dezember@wsj.com ... ... n Dezember at ryan.dezember@wsj.com ... ... n Dezember at ryan.dezember@wsj.com ... ... n Dezember at ryan.dezember@wsj.com ...
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:49:43 EDT

U S News
U.S. Import Prices Fall on Cheaper oil
Prices of imported goods fell sharply in August, a sign cheaper oil is helping keep a lid on inflation in the U.S.
... k Timiraos at nick.timiraos@wsj.com ... ... k Timiraos at nick.timiraos@wsj.com ... ... k Timiraos at nick.timiraos@wsj.com ... ... down petroleum prices. Crude-oil prices have eased after a run-up earlier this summer linked to turmoil in the Middle East. The price of imported petroleum fell 4.4% last month, the biggest drop since ...
Fri, 12 Sep 2014 11:01:59 EDT

Markets
oil Glut Ignites Gasoline Price Swoon
Gasoline prices have tumbled 19% from highs hit in June. And markets are signaling that consumers will get even more relief at the pump.
... shvili contributed to this article. ... ... shvili contributed to this article. ... ... shvili contributed to this article. ... ... Michael Cohen, oil analyst at the bank. —Ira Iosebashvili contributed to this article. ...
Fri, 12 Sep 2014 01:17:25 EDT

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oil Glut Ignites Gasoline Price Swoon
Gasoline prices have tumbled 19% from highs hit in June. And markets are signaling that consumers will get even more relief at the pump.
... ashvili contributed to this article. ... ... ashvili contributed to this article. ... ... ashvili contributed to this article. ... ... Michael Cohen, oil analyst at the bank. And low prices could be sowing the seeds of a rally. The EIA said Tuesday t ...
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