2019 Articles

Endeavour calls off merger talks with gold miner Centamin

Endeavour has called off attempts to merge with London-listed miner Centamin, after it said it would not extend the deadline

January 14, 2020
IRAN-IRAQ-US-UNREST

For good or ill, oil remains the lifeblood of the global economy. It is essential to industrial production, to how

January 14, 2020
AIM-listed oil explorer Lekoil this morning has had its shares suspended after the validity of one of its loans was questioned.

AIM-listed oil explorer Lekoil this morning had its shares suspended after individuals purporting to be investors attempted to defraud the

January 13, 2020
Iron ore producer Ferrexpo said that pellet production slowed in 2019, but that the business continued to generate strong margins.

Iron ore producer Ferrexpo said that pellet production slowed in 2019, but that the business continued to generate strong margins.

January 13, 2020
travelex

Foreign exchange company Travelex is beginning to restore some electronic systems almost two weeks after hackers held the company’s systems

January 13, 2020
london stock exchange

The London Stock Exchange Group is reportedly set to file its $27bn (£20.8bn) deal to buy financial data group Refinitiv

January 13, 2020
Inside the firms taking on the big six - and winning

There’s a palpable buzz to Octopus Energy’s Soho headquarters, which hits you as you walk through the door. It’s a

January 13, 2020
Value of takeovers of AIM companies rises a third in 2019

Takeovers of AIM-listed companies rose 32 per cent in value last year, thanks to a growth in the number of

January 13, 2020
Pennon's bin collection and incineration firm Viridor has been the subject of a shock bid from US private equity fund KKR, in an attempt to knock out the competition before an expected auction process.

Pennon’s bin collection and incineration firm Viridor has been the subject of a shock bid from US private equity fund

January 12, 2020
BRITAIN-ENVIRONMENT-CLIMATE-SOCIAL-PROTEST

Channel 4 has come under fire from climate activists after it announced that BP will sponsor its coverage of the

January 12, 2020
Siemens offers climate activist role on board as firm makes Adani mine decision

The chief executive of engineering giant Siemens has offered a 23-year-old climate protestor a seat on one of its boards,

January 12, 2020
Sir Jim Ratcliffe hit with legal claims over North Sea pipeline

Britain’s third richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe is facing claims that he is looking to raise costs for a rival

January 12, 2020
The value of Saudi Aramco's gargantuan initial public offering (IPO) has increased to $29.4bn (£22.5bn) after the state oil company announced it had issued 450m more shares through its "greenshoe option."

The value of Saudi Aramco’s gargantuan initial public offering (IPO) has increased to $29.4bn (£22.5bn) after the state oil company

January 12, 2020
Neil Woodford

Investors in the Woodford Investment Equity Fund must now wait until the end of the month for payouts to begin.

January 10, 2020