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Share Price: 318.80
Bid: 318.10
Ask: 318.25
Change: 5.70 (1.82%)
Spread: 0.15 (0.05%)
Open: 313.10
High: 326.45
Low: 311.80
Yest. Close: 313.10
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MARKET COMMENT: UK Shares End Higher As Crude Oil Finds Support

2 Feb 15 17:31

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2 Feb 15 16:04

BUZZ-Oil stocks rally as Brent squeezes higher

** Oil stocks among top gainers in Europe by midday as Brent squeezes higher after opening down 2.5 pct ** Brent rises 3.2 pct, extending gains of 7.9 pct on Friday after a bigger than expected fall in the US rig count triggered mass short-covering ** More stops triggered on Monday fu

2 Feb 15 12:35

BP's U.S. refineries operating normally on contract extension

LONDON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - BP said on Monday that its three refineries in the United States were operating normally after a 24-hour contract extension as worker unions took to picket lines in other companies' plants. BP's plants in Whiting, Indiana, Toledo, Ohio, and Cherry Point, Washington

2 Feb 15 12:27

MARKET COMMENT: London Trades Lower As Global Manufacturing Wavers

2 Feb 15 10:56

London open: CRH and oil stocks lift FTSE 100 ahead of PMI data

Strong gains from CRH and a host of oil stocks pushed UK markets higher on Monday, as investors awaited a host of manufacturing data from across the globe. London's FTSE 100 was up 0.4% at 6,777 early on. CRH was on the rise after agreeing a deal to buy assets from Holcim and Lafarge, while energy

2 Feb 15 09:13

Australia regulator says reviewing Origin proposal to buy BP gas terminal

SYDNEY, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Australia's antitrust regulator said on Monday it was reviewing a proposal by top energy retailer Origin Energy to buy out BP Plc's stake in the Bulwer Island gas terminal they jointly own in Brisbane. In a statement on its website, the Australian Competition and C

2 Feb 15 07:22

UK Earnings, Trading Statements Calendar - Week Ahead

2 Feb 15 06:15

Sunday newspaper round-up: Lloyds, BT, Standard Chartered

Lloyds Banking Group is preparing to pay a dividend for the first time since it was bailed out by taxpayers, the Sunday Telegraph reported. The board will sign off the group's annual results and then ask the Bank of England permission to pay a dividend before announcing results on February 27th. Llo

1 Feb 15 13:33

Union says rejects U.S. refinery workers contract offer on Friday

HOUSTON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Union negotiators said the latest proposal from oil companies for a new three-year contract for U.S. refinery workers was rejected on Friday because it failed meet to members' objectives, according to a text message issued Friday night. The announcement of the re

31 Jan 15 02:24

UK Earnings, Trading Statements Calendar - Week Ahead

30 Jan 15 15:05

Buyers bide their time in $110 bln oil asset sell-off

* Half of the assets on sale are in North America * North Sea could prove a hard sell * Potential buyers holding out for further price falls * Wave of deals expected within three to six months By Ron Bousso LONDON, Jan 30 (Reuters) - With more than $110 billion of oi

30 Jan 15 14:06

UK BROKER RATINGS: Shell And BG Group Are Downgraded

30 Jan 15 10:03

UPDATE 1-Russia's Rosneft will not resume drilling in Kara Sea in 2015 - sources

(Adds details, background, quotes) By Denis Pinchuk and Katya Golubkova MOSCOW, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft will not be able to resume drilling in the Kara Sea this year after Western sanctions halted its cooperation with ExxonMobil, two company sou

30 Jan 15 09:54

Russia's Rosneft unlikely to resume drilling in Kara Sea in 2015 - sources

MOSCOW, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Russian state-controlled oil company Rosneft is unlikely to resume drilling in the Kara Sea this year after Western sanctions halted its cooperation with ExxonMobil, two company sources told Reuters on Friday. "There will be no drilling in 2015. There is no platfo

30 Jan 15 09:39

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