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Gulf Keystone soars on renewed bid speculation
In December, Gulf Keystone was forced to deny a report that US oil giant ExxonMobil had been preparing an 800p-a-share offer.
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Gulf Keystone shares worth �47m awarded in Kozel divorce
Gulf Keystone shares worth �47m awarded in Kozel divorce. Todd Kozel, the colourful oil entrpreneur behind Gulf Keystone Petroleum, has handed �47m of shares to his former wife as part of a divorce settlement. Gulf Keystone shares worth �47m awarded ...
Small-caps: AGI Therapeutics soars on takeover approval
Kurdistan-focused Gulf Keystone Petroleum rose 8.6 per cent to 221p even after the explorer said its Bekhme-1 well had not encountered a commercial inflow of hydrocarbons.
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Anadarko lines up for Rockhopper
The company that worked with BP on its ill-fated Deepwater Horizon well in the Gulf of Mexico is understood to have sent a team to the Falkland Islands to examine options.
FTSE 100 Stocks Climb on Outlook for Earnings; Cairn Energy, RBS Advance  Bloomberg
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Refinery closures raise fears on oil prices
These decisions will have a lasting impact on petroleum markets, say analysts. Refineries are the main customers for the world's oil producers.
Refining sector's Goldilocks choice  National Post (registration)
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Leed Petroleum stumbles as Viridas sells
Investment company LSE :VIR:Viridas saw its shares jump more than 12% on Tuesday after it announced that it has sold 592,666,667 ordinary shares in AIM favourite Leed Petroleum (LDP) at an average price per share of 0.48p or for an aggregate ...
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Cover all bases with passive funds
The use of passive vehicles in investment portfolios is becoming more common as financial planners and advisers recognise the merit of this low-cost approach.
Peter Spiller: Japan offers value
In the immediate aftermath of the great crash of 2008, Her Majesty the Queen famously asked why nobody had seen the crisis coming.
Should I buy shares in ASOS?
The high street continues to provide plenty of intrigue for Darwinists as the process of natural selection sees weak businesses falling by the wayside as the strong consolidate their gains.
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