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|... Monday's sharp drops and the energy sector after BP struck a deal to settle potential claims linked to the US Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. London's benchmark FTSE 100 index of top shares rose 81.92 points, or 1.44 per cent, to 5,775.31 points. In Frankfurt ...|
|... a 17 per cent jump in first-quarter net profits, although BP also upgraded the cost of last year's devastating Gulf of Mexico spill to $US41.3 billion ($A38.29 billion), compared with previous guidance of $US40.9 billion ($A37.91 billion). Elsewhere ...|
|... 4.4 4. India 3.1 5. Russia 2.7 6. Brazil 2.5 7. Germany 2.4 8. Saudi Arabia 2.4 9. Korea, South 2.2 10. Canada 2.2 11. Mexico 2.1 12. France 1.8 13. Iran 1.7 14. United Kingdom 1.7 15. Italy 1.5 Note that the G-7 - the world's biggest economies - along ...|
|... early last month. This year, Liquidnet has added a total of six markets in addition to Israel, including New Zealand, Mexico, Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Slovenia. Launched in 2001, the Liquidnet Community extends to 38 equity markets across five ...|
|... changing circumstances in the housing finance sector. "The company is prepared for the recovery of the housing sector in Mexico, and we anticipate that it will expand business as one of the stronger specialised financial entities in Mexico," he said. ...|
|... businesses Cooper Cameron and FMC Technologies. This follows the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion off the Gulf of Mexico, which resulted in gallons of oil gushing into the ocean. The explosion and subsequent oil spill has been blamed on a maintenance ...|
|... at home. Oil spill plugged. BP shares surged by 7.6 per cent on The Street on reports that the test cap on the Gulf of Mexico is working - the first time that oil has stopped flowing (money haemorrhaging out of BP) in 87 days. Lawsuit settled. Goldman ...|
|... that the US economy is on track. London found support as British energy major BP reported progress in taming the Gulf of Mexico oil spill even as the company's clean-up costs soared past $US3.5 billion ($A3.99 billion). Chinese trade figures showing ...|
|Looking to make a quick buck out of the US' Gulf of Mexico oil spill debacle? Think again - the SEC is cracking down on oil spill stock scams targeting investors to chip money into false cleanup strategies. The oil spill in the US has heralded more ...|
|... investors about its safety procedures and strategies on handling disasters, such as the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The New York fund is seeking lead plaintiff status in the action, following BP's Deepwater Horizon explosion - touted as one ...|
Following its acquisition of a stake in Escala Partners, New York-based Focus Financial Partners is set to buy a slice of Melbourne-based MEDIQ Financial Services.
With the coronavirus, now dubbed COVID-19, impacting not only many lives, but now also the bottom line of some of the world's biggest companies, investors are chasing shorting opportunities to bank big on the pandemic.
A former chair of the SMSF Association has returned for another stint in the top job.
The chief executive of a $5.5 billion industry superannuation fund has spoken out against increasing the superannuation guarantee to 12% in a submission to the Retirement Income Review.
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