The next euro crisis is never far away. The week before last, markets were euphoric over the quantitative easing announcement from Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB).
Industry body Oil and Gas UK is to call for "meaningful action" from government in order to tackle major challenges facing North Sea operators.
This week's earnings report from Google didn't give bullish investors much to hang onto, but they found a hook anyway. The stock jumped 4.7% Friday, odd given that the Web giant's results from the previous afternoon missed nearly every analyst forecast.
Petrobras represents the best and worst of Brazil. Its technical competence is renowned and it has vast deep sea reserves. Such were the lures that drew investors to the world's largest equity offering a few years ago when it raised $70bn on international ...
(Bloomberg) -- As talks between Greece's new government and its euro-area partners turn confrontational, Mario Draghi may soon find himself with an unpleasant dilemma.