The global oil and gas industry will recover. That's for sure. The speed at which it does so partly depends on the informal meeting of the OPEC cartel in Algeria this week.
Ineos, the petrochemical company founded and chaired by a billionaire, Jim Ratcliffe, will take delivery of a tanker full of ethane at its Grangemouth plant in Scotland on Tuesday, marking the first fruit of a $2bn investment.
There are very few women among the richest people in the UK and other OECD countries, according to a report published by the London School of Economics.
Financial markets have wasted no time declaring Hillary Clinton the winner of the first US presidential debate, as the greenback slides against the Mexican peso while US stock futures rise and the local ASX trims losses.
Jeremy Corbyn's union paymasters last night warned the UK would be left dependent on 'hangmen, henchmen and head-choppers' after Labour announced plans to ban fracking.