Global banking giant expected to advise Saudis on what's being tipped as the world's largest IPO.
Wall Street hedge fund manager has form when chasing high returns from distressed debt to corporate takeovers.
Rising crude production stateside continues to drag down crude prices despite producers' soundbites in favour of extending cuts.
Quotes from key producers over possible output cuts fail to fire traders' imagination.
Market chatter on fresh Saudi-Russia pact stems oil price decline as threat from rising US shale production rises.
President vowed to make US steel "great again" and curb cheap imports into the country.
Risk-driven safe-haven rally ends as gold declines by over $10, faced with a stronger greenback.
Rise in supply of Chinese steel made from cheaper iron ore and global oversupply have triggered a heavy drop in ore prices.
Lower iron ore prices and surprise snap election call by PM Theresa May hammer London market.
As the greenback slid on the president's comments, safe-haven investors extended gold trades.
Geopolitical risk remained the primary driver of major commodities contracts with gold leading the way.
Escalating war of words between Russia and the West, plus North Korea and Brexit, send gold up by nearly $20.
Brent, WTI futures maintain upward momentum as geopolitics influence trading patterns.
Elliott Advisors, which holds 4.1% of the mining company, calls on it to restructure to get its house order.
Bearish data from US failed to halt gains in oil market as traders speculate over extension of Opec cuts.
As the dollar strengthened, gold futures and spot price took a tumble.
Worries over French presidential election, Trump and Brexit drive gold market sentiment as the dollar weakens.
Atop gas fields and Grangemouth refinery, Ratcliffe's Ineos will soon manipulate infrastructure that delivers 40% of North Sea oil and gas.
Libyan production rebound puts pressure on crude futures riding high on the back of Opec output cut chatter.
Oil major and petrochemicals firm ink £200m deal giving the latter access to 40% of British crude production.