We spoke to new Sterling Energy CEO Tony Hawkins about the latest changes happening at the company. Watch the full video here.
UK stocks advanced on Friday, poised to finish at their highest levels in two weeks, after the Scottish people voted in favour of the Union in a crucial independence referendum. Some 55.3% of Scots voted 'no' to independence from the UK while 44.7% voted 'yes', erasing concerns about a break-up whic
UK stocks staged a relief rally on Friday morning in the aftermath of the Scottish referendum, which saw people north of the border vote convincingly to remain part of the Union. Some 55.3% of Scots voted 'no' to independence from the UK while 44.7% voted 'yes', erasing concerns about a break-up whi
** UK stocks dominate top performers lists across European large-,mid-, & small-cap indexes following Scottish referendum. ** UK financials and energy firms leading the charge. ** Wood Group is Europe's top performing mid-cap on the day followed by money manager St.James's Place.</
** Oil explorers set to benefit from 'No' vote after weak September, according to analysts at Liberum. ** "The Scottish 'No' vote should address market concerns over the future of the North Sea fiscal regime and many E&Ps should bounce today," the firm said in a note. ** EnQuest, down
Wood Group's PSN division (WGPSN) has landed a contract with Woodside in Western Australia, boosting its maintenance and brownfield project portfolio. Under the agreement, the group will provide the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services on Woodside's Karratha gas plant