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Entering the Iranian market – Opportunities and risks

News of the relaxing of nuclear-related sanctions against Iran has been met with significant interest from the business community.

Volatility in the oil markets continues…

Sharp volatility continues to permeate through the oil markets.

A Year of Change in the Energy Sector

It has been a year of change in the Energy sector, but CEOs globally appear cautiously optimistic about what’s coming down the pipe for their companies in the years ahead.

The Race for the Customer

The power and utility industry, as a general rule, has not been known for excelling in customer relationships and support. This perception, while sometimes unfair, is not without a kernel of truth.

Anti-bribery and Corruption in the Global Economy

Corruption continues to corrode the global economy, 18 years after member governments of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) signed a convention that establishes legally binding standards to criminalize the bribery of public officials.

Four oil producing nations agree to freeze output

Oil ministers from three Opec countries, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Venezuela, as well as Russia, have agreed to freeze oil output at January levels, as long as others follow suit. The announcement came after the four ministers met in Doha on Tuesday. The move is designed to support the oil price,...

Stock market’s terrible start just got worse : Oil in Free fall

by Matt Egan   @MattEganCNN Fear continues to reign on Wall Street. The stock market's terrible start to 2016 got even worse on Monday, with the Dow shedding 178 points and the S&P 500 losing 1.4%. The Nasdaq tumbled 1.8% and got closer to sinking...

International nuclear sanctions against Iran lifted

Iran "has opened a new chapter" in its ties with the world, President Hassan Rouhani said, hours after international nuclear sanctions were lifted. The move came after the international nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, said Iran had complied with a deal designed to prevent it developing nuclear weapons. UN, US and EU...

Speculators Share Andy Hall’s Optimism That Oil Prices at Bottom

by Dan Murtaugh, Bloomberg Andy Hall and Daniel Yergin think oil prices are bottoming out. Hedge funds agree. Money managers’ net-long position in West Texas Intermediate crude rose 20 percent in the week ended Nov. 3, the most in seven months,...

Exxon Mobil 3Q results still top Street expectations

Exxon Mobil Corp. posted its worst third quarter in 12 years due to low oil prices but still earned $4.24 billion, beating Wall Street expectations. Exxon's earnings from exploration and production continued to slide, especially in the United States. However, profit doubled in the refining end of its business on...

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