- Watch Out, Nigeria: Uganda Has Oil Too
September 26 2013 9:05 AM
China further expands its footprint in Africa via a deal to develop Ugandan oil reserves.
- Online Groceries Survey Shows Expanding Market
September 25 2013 5:37 PM
The U.S. market for online grocery shopping will triple over the coming decade and supermarkets must prepare.
- Iron Ore Demand May Slow, But That's Not Stopping Supplies
September 25 2013 1:39 PM
Iron ore prices may fall with demand but major iron companies are using this as an opportunity to squeeze out other competition.
- Gold Markets Even Murkier After Fed Stimulus Reduction Delay
September 24 2013 5:52 AM
Gold bugs and bears seem even more divided after last week, though they agree that the question of timing is deeply uncertain.
- Platinum And Palladium Shine As Metals To Watch
September 24 2013 5:46 AM
Strong automobile maker demand should boost the 2 metals over the next year, as they stand to outperform other commodities.
- Dennis Gartman On Gold, The Yen, US Energy
September 23 2013 12:19 PM
The influential investor spoke about gold markets, Japanese monetary policy and the U.S. energy boom.
- Turkey Eyes US Fracking Methods For Its Own Shale Gas
September 23 2013 10:41 AM
Turkey has relied heavily on natural gas imports but now looks to develop its own energy resources.
- US Oil Boom Fuels Increases In North American Rail Traffic
September 20 2013 9:31 AM
North American rail traffic is up and the North American oil boom could be the reason.
- Turks Offer To Import Israeli Gas By Building Undersea Pipeline
September 16 2013 11:41 AM
Turkey's need for natural gas may help it get over its animosity toward Israel.
- Germany Has A Lot Of Impressive Green Companies
September 13 2013 12:45 AM
In autos, capital goods, household products, insurance and software, publicly traded firms based in Germany dominated the 24-sector list.
- Coal Glut At Indian Ports As Local Importers Refuse Delivery
September 12 2013 4:26 AM
Imported coal is piling up at Indian ports while key exporters such as Indonesia struggle to deal with the problems of its top buyer - India.
- ASEAN Economies Feel Syrian Shock In Form Of Crude-Oil Costs
September 06 2013 5:45 AM
Rising global oil prices may keep oil-trade deficits and subsidy costs elevated for ASEAN economies.
- Asian Economies Battling Weak Currencies Try To Cut Oil Import Costs
September 03 2013 6:30 AM
India, Malaysia and Indonesia resort to cuts in government subsidies and launch campaigns to reduce domestic demand for oil.
- Global Mining Stocks Are Worth Buying
August 30 2013 1:00 PM
Major mining companies could actually be a wise investment for investors, contrary to appearances.
- Myanmar, Where Have You 'Bean'?
August 30 2013 5:54 AM
Myanmar's bean industry is producing far below capacity, thanks to years of central planning under the former junta.
- Exploring for Oil in Nicaragua: Friends in High Places
August 29 2013 1:10 PM
On 17 July, Nicaragua announced that US-based Noble Energy would invest $30 million in drilling two offshore wells in the Caribbean—launching Nicaragua's first-ever oil exploration. The wells will be drilled in the Tyra and Isabel blocks, which have undergone nearly 5,000 kilometers of seismic surveying since 2011. But Nicaragua's first exploration will not go off without a hitch—namely, the revival of a nasty territorial dispute with Colombia, and another with Costa Rica.
- Myanmar's Lofty Rice Production Goals
August 29 2013 8:38 AM
Once the world's top rice exporter, Myanmar is eager to get its throne back, perhaps too eager.
- Gold Could Reach $3,500, Says Maverick Citi Analyst
August 29 2013 7:54 AM
From the staid and storied halls of the world's third-largest bank comes a wild and woolly prediction about gold.
- Time for Investors to Hunker Down
August 27 2013 3:17 PM
It's time to step out from my 'normal' role as the 'energy expert' and make a comment or two on the markets in general, just as a professionatrader who's seen quite a bit in his almost 3 decades of daily experience with capital markets and the way they act. Patterns emerge that aren't foolproof, but they've served well over the years and they are making some very visceral noises to me, even observing the action at longer range on vacation.
- US Maritime Industry Banking On The Panama Canal Expansion?
August 27 2013 6:06 AM
Looks like the U.S. maritime industry is doing pretty well for itself and may even get a boost in the coming years.