Commodities

Barclays names favourite oil stocks

Barclays names favourite oil stocks

Oil prices may have further to fall, says Barclays, which has just slashed its target price for the black gold. There are, however, a handful of companies is believes will do well. We name them here.

Caza Oil halts Bone Spring development

Caza Oil halts Bone Spring development

With oil prices at five-year lows, Caza Oil & Gas is adopting a prudent approach to its potentially lucrative Bone Spring play in New Mexico. Investors, however, are unimpressed.

Oil companies to buy for recovery

Oil companies to buy for recovery

Oil industry expert and Interactive Investor contributor Malcolm Graham-Wood has put together a Bucket List of oil companies which should weather the storm and reward investors.

Afren plummets 50% after reviewing capital structure

Afren plummets 50% after reviewing capital structure

Delays to its bond yield and debt repayments and an equity funding that could dilute shares by more than 50% have wiped over half of Afren's market value off the table.

Why Sable Mining Africa is up 344%

Why Sable Mining Africa is up 344%

Sable Mining Africa has had little to cheer about in recent years and its shares recently hit an all-time low. So what are the rumours that have driven its share price up more than four-fold?

Best and worst commodities in 2014

Best and worst commodities in 2014

The team at US Global Investors has put together a very easy to follow and incredibly surprising visual summary of the annual returns for all commodities in 2014.

Afren getting finances in order

Afren getting finances in order

In the absence of a suitable bid, downtrodden Afren will have to survive on its own. Talks with lenders are underway.

The top 10 oil and gas companies in the world

The top 10 oil and gas companies in the world

We can all name a few big oil companies, but could you name the world's largest? The top 10 is littered with surprises.

Petrofac snares $4bn Kuwait deal

Petrofac snares $4bn Kuwait deal

Petrofac has just bagged a massive contract with the Kuwaitis, and a bombed-out share price fails to accurately reflect prospects.

Rio Tinto works hard to grow dividend

Rio Tinto works hard to grow dividend

It promises a knockout dividend and Rio Tinto has pulled out all the stops to make sure it can afford it. A share buyback, however, is still the subject of some speculation.