April 20 (Reuters) - U.S. stock indexes fell on Friday, withApple leading declines in the technology sector and as energycompanies took a hit from lower oil prices after PresidentDonald Trump's criticism on OPEC. AppleAAPL.O fell …
Mahindra & Mahindra, Asian paints and hero MotoCorp were the top gainers in the Sensex index. NEW DELHI: Oil & gas stocks HPCL (down 1.41 per cent), GAIL (India) (down 1.10 per cent), Reliance Industries (down 1.08 per cent) and …
Losses among technology and consumer products companies weighed on U.S. stocks Thursday, snapping a three-day winning ... Energy companies also eked …
Stocks in South Korea (KS11) took a 0.5 percent dip ... slipped 0.1 to $68.23. A global oil glut has been virtually eliminated, according to a joint OPEC and non …
Premier Oil plc is an independent exploration and production company with oil and gas interests in the North Sea, South East Asia, Pakistan, the Falkland Islands and Latin America. The Company is engaged in the business of upstream oil
The news in the energy markets is very intense indeed – although for an oil stock investor, nothing seems to matter much – but more on that later. First, the news. There was a turnover in the U.S. Secretary of State. Former Exxon CEO Rex …
Shell is also poised to be a big winner from the anticipated growth in global demand for LNG, which the company expects could double by 2035. It already has a major stake in offshore LNG production in Australia, giving it close access to …
It seemed like every day in 2017 was full of despair for oil investors, as morning after morning went by with oil prices stubbornly stuck around $50/barrel. Then, toward the end of the year, prices began rising, and with it, hopes for -- finally!
OMC stocks have trailed Sensex in FY18. The selling pressure has been severe since August. Oil marketing companies are in a sticky situation -- HPCL, IOC and BPCL have all failed to keep their charm for investors in 2017-18. Reason? …