Monthly Archive for November, 2012
Chief executive Lloyd Blankfein and David Viniar, the departing chief finance officer exercised stock options and sold shares in recent weeks
Global stocks end a volatile month on steadier ground as uncertainty lingers over the US budget but with traders buoyed by easing eurozone tensions
Bundestag backs deal, removing an important hurdle on the path to the eurozone releasing the next tranche of funding by the middle of December
US president will take a harsh tone against congressional Republicans, and will ask them to ‘stop holding the middle-class tax cuts hostage’
The Obama administration decision to block BP from new government contracts and offshore energy leases could ripple across the Gulf of Mexico, hurting drilling contractors throughout the region, industry groups charged Friday.
The number of wealthy migrants entering the UK on specialist visas designed to attract millionaire investors has jumped by 78%
FSB prompts biggest groups on compliance
Uncertainty whether Russia can maintain its high level of oil production continues – 10.7 million b/d in 2012 to date on average. A new more benign tax regime recently put into place and significant industry investments may plausibly enable the Russian…
Part of the new BoE governor’s job will be to reassure the British people that a deeply unpopular economic strategy is heading in right direction
A new report from the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions makes a couple of predictions: the cost of providing electricity will go up in the future, as will the price for buying that electricity.