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Centamin says Endeavour is stalling in mining merger talks

Canadian mining corporation Endeavour is refusing to share vital information regarding its value with takeover target Centamin unless it is

December 18, 2019
De Beers ends difficult 2019 with sales rise

Anglo American-owned diamond specialists De Beers said that the value of rough diamond sales rose to $425m (£324.5m) in the

December 18, 2019
Shell paid no corporate income tax in the UK in 2018

Oil supermajor Royal Dutch Shell has revealed that it paid no corporate income tax in the UK in 2018, despite

December 18, 2019
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Arrow Global shares have risen this morning after the debt recovery specialist announced it had raised €838m (£712m) for its

December 18, 2019
Should you believe in the Santa rally? We’ve run the numbers to find out.

Investors found their festive spirits dampened at the end of 2018. With concerns over the health of the global economy

December 18, 2019
SAUDI-ARAMCO-ENERGY-MARKET

When Saudi Aramco launched its IPO on the Tadawul (the Saudi stock market) earlier this month, it quickly became the

December 18, 2019
Petrofac shares fell five per cent this morning after the oilfield services company's order book continued to shrink.

Petrofac shares fell over six and a half per cent today after the oilfield services company’s order book continued to

December 17, 2019
Petra Diamonds appoints new chairman as founder steps down

Petra, one of the world’s largest diamond miners, has appointed Peter Hill as its next chairman, succeeding the group’s founder

December 17, 2019
Oil prices near three month highs on trade deal optimism

Oil prices neared their highest levels for three months today as the apparent stabilisation in the world economy continued. The

December 17, 2019
GBP/USD exchange rate sank as the PM vowed not to extend Brexit transition period

Sterling sank in early trading today to hit the GBP/USD exchange rate as Boris Johnson revealed he wants to leave

December 17, 2019
Ofwat orders water firms to cut bills by £50 come 2025

Water firms must slash the average bill by £50 by 2025, regulator Ofwat insisted today as it set out plans

December 16, 2019
National Grid have named its partners for the second phase of its ongoing London Power Tunnels (LPT) project, in a contract worth £400m.

National Grid have named its partners for the second phase of its ongoing London Power Tunnels (LPT) project, in a

December 16, 2019