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The Oil Man: Oil price, Petroceltic, Caza

The Oil Man: Oil price, Petroceltic, Caza

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his considered opinion on the sector's top stories.

Game over for Oxus Gold

Game over for Oxus Gold

A United Nations tribunal has ruled that the Uzbekistan government did nothing wrong when they expropriated major assets from AIM-listed Oxus Gold.

Insider: Last minute deals and Watchstone action

Insider: Last minute deals and Watchstone action

There's been a flurry of insider sharedealing in the final few days before Christmas. Find out who's been buying big this week.

Oil falls to 11 year low

Oil falls to 11 year low

The price of oil fell to its lowest point since 2004 on Monday as concerns about over supply persist.

More BHP dam deaths confirmed

More BHP dam deaths confirmed

BHP and its Brazilian partner Vale have confirmed the latest death toll following the dam disaster last month. Calls for a dividend cut are getting louder, too.

Goldman Sachs on banks, oils and tech

Goldman Sachs on banks, oils and tech

The various teams at Goldman Sachs have filed their final reports for 2015. Here's what they think will happen in 2016, and which companies will do best.

The banks most exposed to commodities rout

The banks most exposed to commodities rout

The US money market funding crisis in summer 2011 slashed European banks' commodities financing exposure. Find out which lenders still have huge bets on the sector.  

Should I invest in gold?

Traditionally one of the safest places to store your wealth, we explore the best ways to invest in the yellow metal.

The Oil Man: Oil price, Hunting, Faroe

Malcolm Graham-Wood

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. Now, he gives Interactive Investor his considered opinion on the sector's top stories right now.

Write-offs plunge Shell into the red

Write-offs plunge Shell into the red

Hefty charges for postponing major exploration projects has pushed Shell deep into the red, as its upstream business struggles to adapt to weak oil prices.