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Flood of global oil hints at more weakness in energy markets
The flood of new oil points to further weakness in energy markets, as many producers remain unwilling to tap the brakes on output even as lower crude prices dent profits and curb investment in new developments.
Posted on 4-01-2015 at 8:30 AM
Oil gains in New York after report shows crude output drop
Oil advanced after a government report showed that U.S. crude production declined from the highest level in more than three decades.
Posted on 4-01-2015 at 11:53 AM
Eldorado Gold faces accusations of tax avoidance in Greece
Canada’s Eldorado Gold Corp., the biggest foreign investor in Greece, is engaged in a tax-avoidance scheme that uses mailbox companies in the Netherlands to lower its tax load, a new report from a Dutch foundation says.
Posted on 3-31-2015 at 8:16 AM
Investments in renewable energy climb 17% in 2014: report
The increase was driven by a big expansion of the solar industry in China and Japan, and continuing investments in offshore wind projects in Europe, the UNEP report said.
Posted on 3-31-2015 at 9:11 AM
Jade, bioplastics, and why you should be overweight Canada's energy stocks
Jade and bioplastics were the highlights of Commodities' menu today. Plus, Stéfane Marion, chief economist and strategist at National Bank on why he thinks you should overweight Canadian energy stocks.
Posted on 3-31-2015 at 2:47 PM
Antofagasta denies report of merger talks with Teck Resources
Chilean copper company Antofagasta Plc denied that it is in merger talks with Canada’s Teck Resources Ltd.
Posted on 3-30-2015 at 2:54 PM
Preparing for Canada’s soybean boom and sub-$40 crude
On today's Commodities with Andrew Bell: Soybeans are invading Western Canadian fields. We take a look at the economics of the crop for Canadian producers. Plus, one strategist says you should prepare for sub-$40 crude.
Posted on 3-30-2015 at 2:24 PM
Connacher lenders find advocate in ex-U.S. bankruptcy judge
Connacher needs an Alberta court’s approval to swap $1 billion of bonds for equity and to issue $35 million of convertible notes. Credit Suisse represents more highly ranked creditors who are fighting the plan and who sued in a New York court.
Posted on 3-30-2015 at 8:00 AM

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