When trouble strikes, where should you hide? The case for gold

  IMAGINE YOU have an assignation in New York. You have not been told where you should meet the other

U.S. not looking to grant further Iran oil sales waivers: U.S. official

 The United States is not looking to grant more waivers for Iranian oil imports after the reimposition of U.S. sanctions,

Crude refusal: China shuns U.S. oil despite trade war truce

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – China, the world’s top oil importer, is set to start 2019 buying little or no crude from

How an American Is Trying to Rescue a $100 Billion Gold Mining Company

John Thornton is a Goldman Sachs alumnus educated at Yale, Harvard and Oxford. Mark Bristow is a South African geologist

OPEC, Russia agree to slash oil output despite Trump pressure

 OPEC and its Russia-led allies agreed on Friday to slash oil production by more than the market had expected despite

OPEC works on deal to cut output, still needs Russia on board

VIENNA (Reuters) – OPEC and its allies are working towards a deal this week to reduce oil output by at

A slippery trade: oil slump proves bears right

LONDON (Reuters) – The latest collapse in oil prices has proved some investors right in their lack of confidence in

The oil price swings dramatically

THE OIL price was supposed to be soaring around now. With American sanctions against Iran taking effect earlier this month, exports

U.S. renews Iran sanctions, grants oil waivers to China, seven others

The United States snapped sanctions back in place on Monday to choke Iran’s oil and shipping industries, while temporarily allowing

Israel announces new oil and gas exploration round in eastern Med

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel will tender off 19 new offshore blocks to oil and gas companies, its energy ministry said