Commodities

Market unfazed as Hunting uncertainty continues

Market unfazed as Hunting uncertainty continues

With a nice set of 2014 results under its belt, all eyes are now on 2015. It's unlikely to be pretty, but is Hunting now in value territory?

Two small-cap oil companies are still a buy

Two small-cap oil companies are still a buy

One City broker has taken a very thick red pen to forecasts for small cap oil explorers. Find out which two it still thinks are worth buying.

Gulf Keystone Petroleum up for sale

Gulf Keystone Petroleum up for sale

A strategic review at Gulf Keystone Petroleum could end up in the business being sold, but at what price?

Why BHP Billiton's profit slump is not bad news

Why BHP Billiton's profit slump is not bad news

BHP has got a much tighter grip on costs and half-year results were better-than-feared.

Four oil tips from City broker

Four oil tips from City broker

Westhouse Securities has established its own criteria for success in the current oil price environment and picked its favourite stocks to generate profits for shareholders.

Sirius Minerals moves mine process along

Sirius Minerals moves mine process along

Despite facing numerous headwinds, Sirius Minerals has got its Supplementary Environmental Information into the authorities, which is at least progress.

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.

Afren default a possibility

Afren default a possibility

The termination of discussions with Seplat late last week has left the group with few options; find another acquirer or default.

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.

Rio Tinto has good news for income seekers

Rio Tinto has good news for income seekers

It's been a hard slog for miners since the financial crisis, but six years on and Rio Tinto is doing better than expected and can still easily afford a fat dividend.