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Oil pump in North Dakota

Global oil prices have dropped almost 50 per cent below their 2014 high. But here in North Dakota, oil is still the only game in town. Named after He(...)

Facebook is among the tech giants set to report results this week.

Gains in oil heavyweights amid heightened tensions in the Middle East helped London’s main index hold steady on Monday. European shares ended flat as (...)

A drilling crew member raises a drill pipe on to the drilling rig floor on an oil rig in the Permian Basin near Wink, in Texas. Photograph: Nick Oxford/Reuters

Halliburton on Monday beat analysts’ estimates for second-quarter profit, as higher international demand for its oilfield services cushioned weakness (...)

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on January 22nd. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares extended their slide on Tuesday, as growth worries weighed on global markets and results from Switzerland’s UBS dragged on the banking(...)

Republican Nancy Pelosi. The spectacle at the Capitol on Thursday, as she reclaimed the gavel, was redolent of that iconic “Breakfast Club” scene, with all its rebellious energy and zeal to fight The Man. Photograph: Erin Schaff/The New York Times

Lucky there’s no Saturday detention at the Capitol. Republicans – and some Democrats – would certainly make like Mr Vernon, the Breakfast Club discipl(...)

US president Donald Trump listens as US secretary of the interior Ryan Zinke delivers remarks during a meeting with workers in  the White House in Washington. File photograph: Shawn Thew/EPA

US interior secretary Ryan Zinke, who has sought to open US offshore waters to oil and gas drilling despite environmental protests, will be leaving hi(...)

Oil prices fell to their lowest level in more than a year on Friday. Photograph: Getty

European shares closed the day higher in choppy trading on Friday but notched up their second straight week of losses as concerns about slowing global(...)

Former Democratic senator and presidential hopeful Gary Hart: “I bear a very heavy burden of responsibility.” Photograph: Nick Cote/The New York Times

As we fantasise about a parallel universe, where America is not a joke and our president cares about other human beings, the same questions keep swirl(...)

Smurfit Kappa fell back more than 2 per cent to €35.86, coming off the record highs on Monday in the midst of the pursuit of the company by US giant International Paper.

European shares fell for a second day on Tuesday on fears a new election in Italy – which could become a proxy referendum on its euro membership – mig(...)

Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

A flurry of merger activity among European stocks drove strong moves on Monday as some regional indexes notched up new records, with investors shruggi(...)

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