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Big Oil revels in Trump victory, expects less red tape
The U.S. energy industry on Wednesday reveled in Republican Donald Trump's presidential victory, expecting him to be a strong advocate for more oil and gas output and to cut red tape that has held back billions of dollars of investment in new projects.
10 2016 | Viewed: 107 | Analytics | Read full
Oil demand might peak in just over a decade, says Opec
Cartel sees consumption falling away after 2029 if Paris accord targets are embraced
9 2016 | Viewed: 89 | Analytics | Read full
Advertising needs a rethink in a brand new world
Restless consumers and technology are creating disruption
4 2016 | Viewed: 103 | Analytics | Read full
October dealmaking volumes hit $500bn after GE acquisition
Three takeovers join surge of blockbuster M&A despite US political uncertainty
2 2016 | Viewed: 120 | Analytics | Read full
Coffee-Loving Millennials Push Demand to a Record
Millennials seemingly unquenchable thirst for coffee is helping to push global demand to a record just as supplies are tightening.
1 2016 | Viewed: 176 | Analytics | Read full
New Zealand Dethrones Singapore as Easiest Place to Do Business
New Zealand has overtaken Singapore as the best country in the the world to do business, according to the World Bank.
27 2016 | Viewed: 98 | Analytics | Read full
Outlook dims for Singapore Inc as economy moonwalks
During Singapore's full moon festival last month, employer John Kong was focused more on cost-cutting than celebrating.
24 2016 | Viewed: 99 | Analytics | Read full
OPEC points to larger 2017 oil surplus despite deal to cut
OPEC reported a increase in its oil production in September to the highest in at least eight years and raised its forecast for 2017 non-OPEC supply growth, pointing to a larger surplus next year despite the group's deal to cut output.
13 2016 | Viewed: 133 | Analytics | Read full
The pound and the fury
Brexit is making Britons poorer, and meaner
12 2016 | Viewed: 103 | Analytics | Read full
China banks may need $1.7 trillion injection as credit quality worsens: S&P
Rising debt levels will worsen the credit profiles of China's top 200 companies this year, requiring the country's banks to raise as much as $1.7 trillion in capital to cover a likely surge in bad loans, S&P Global said in reports on Tuesday.
12 2016 | Viewed: 108 | Analytics | Read full
German exports post biggest rise in more than six years
German exports rebounded more than expected in August, recording their biggest rise in more than six years and dispelling fears that Europe's biggest economy is heading for a slowdown.
11 2016 | Viewed: 89 | Analytics | Read full
Renminbi eyes lows as China enjoys reserve currency status
Gap between two rates reaches a three-month high
10 2016 | Viewed: 110 | Analytics | Read full
The murky world of the online review
Vindictive posts, paid contributions and the fear you could go down as quickly as you go up the ratings
5 2016 | Viewed: 114 | Analytics | Read full
Bill and Hillary Inc.
The Clintons activities outside politics are both inspiring and worrying
5 2016 | Viewed: 102 | Analytics | Read full
The low-rate world
Central banks have been doing their best to pep up demand. Now they need help
23 2016 | Viewed: 103 | Analytics | Read full
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