The risks to oil prices in 2017
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Bloomberg Intelligence’s Andrew Cosgrove discusses his outlook for the oil industry in 2017.
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Every year hundreds of workers who file sex-discrimination grievances in U.K. courts settle their cases in return for money and silence. Major banks such as Barclays, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase are just some of the multinational corporations that have been sued. Bloomberg's Jonathan Browning discusses the story with Naomi Kerbel.
24 Feb 2020
Democrat presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg has had 70 Twitter accounts linked to his supporters suspended for spam-like posts. On Saturday, Nevada goes to the polls, with all eyes on front-runner Bernie Sanders.
7 Mar 2020
Who will take on Trump at the 2020 election? At 78 years old, Michael Bloomberg has hit the campaign trail. As a Democrat, Bloomberg has positioned himself as a moderate. He has campaigned against guns and promised to tackle climate change, one of the key issues in his campaign. In October 2019, Forbes ranked Bloomberg as the 8th richest person in the world, with an estimated net worth of over 50 billion dollars.
11 Mar 2020
While Riyadh's price war may be aimed at Moscow, it's likely to inflict greater pain on the kingdom and its OPEC allies. DW looks at how likely the global oil producers, including the US, are to weather this crisis.
18 Mar 2020
COVID-19: Senate summons CBN, Finance, Petroleum ministry over drop in oil price
22 Mar 2020
Developing countries could see their oil and gas income fall by between 50 percent and 85 per cent this year, that's according to a joint statement by the International Energy Agency and OPEC. The global organizations warned that the coronavirus pandemic could have potentially far-reaching economic and social consequences. Steve Osho, Managing Director at Comercio Partners Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.
23 Mar 2020
Global central banks unveil bigger spending measures to counter the effects of the coronavirus outbreak – this comes as OPEC and the International Energy Agency warn that developing countries could lose up to 85 per cent of oil and gas income this year. Gbite Oduneye, Co-Founder of Eagle Global Markets joins CNBC Africa to breakdown the impact of the global pandemic on markets.
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9 Jun 2020
The British energy giant said oil prices had dropped "well below the level" that the company needed "to turn a profit." BP's chief executive said the company had already planned to become "leaner."
11 Feb 2021
OPEC+ members, including Russia, have been diligently sticking to their production quotas amid the extraordinary shock unleashed by the pandemic. Some of them might now be tempted to throw compliance out of the window.
28 Oct 2021
Africa's abundant sunshine is ideal for renewable energy production. But the continent relies heavily on crude oil. Experts warn that the economy will continue to suffer if governments don't wean themselves off of oil.
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The WikiLeaks' founder is currently fighting an appeal by Washington to extradite him back to the US. Assange's legal team has rejected US assurances that he won't be sent to a "Supermax" prison.
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