Commodities & Resources

Is oil setting a bottom?

Is oil setting a bottom?

Much is written about the oil price and future direction. Now, a renowned expert in market timing observes that the money men are cancelling bets on further falls.

Goldman Sachs takes red pen to miners

Goldman Sachs takes red pen to miners

"End-game for iron ore, run for cover," warns Goldman Sachs. Here, the broker reveals which miners it is buying and selling.

Oil rally could make $80-plus

Oil rally could make $80-plus

Consensus estimates are for an oil price of $50-$65 in 2015. But one analyst thinks it could be considerably higher. Here, he tells us why.

Goldman Sachs names oil takeover tips

Goldman Sachs names oil takeover tips

Oil industry consolidation is the topic of the hour, and both Goldman Sachs and Jefferies have their own take on how things will pan out.

Which of these 8 miners is worth buying?

Which of these 8 miners is worth buying?

Miners have had a miserable four years and one expert has just slashed forecasts for metal prices. Some, however, are tipped to do better than others.

10 UK oil stocks affected by the Budget

10 UK oil stocks affected by the Budget

As the dust settles after the final Budget before the General Election and the City has done its sums, we look at what stocks are poised to benefit.

Saudi oil and the volatility hypothesis

Saudi oil and the volatility hypothesis

Why has the oil market become so volatile? There is, it seems, an unlikely and controversial explanation.

Huge oil services rally predicted

Huge Oil Services rally predicted

Oil services firms have little idea what 2015 will hold, but one analyst has checked the history books and thinks the sector could rally in a big way.

Oil's collapse is almost over: What now?

 almost over: What now?

Oil prices have bounced by about 30% in less than a month and the bulls are excited. Here, JP Morgan discusses the implications for the global economy and financial markets.

Oil's benign decline

Oil's benign decline

Investment legend Ken Fisher says don't overthink the oil price fall - it's a commodity, not a leading indicator. 

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