Rockfire Resources soared on Monday after intersecting “bonanza grade” gold in recent drilling at the Double Event Prospect in Queensland, Australia.
Commodity prices were resurgent at the end of the week as natural gas futures bounced back from the sharp losses endured during the prior session.
Wall Street's main market gauges flickered into life on Friday afternoon in New York, reversing early losses and moving into the green, on the heels of upbeat remarks from the US President regarding the chances of his administration being able to strike a trade deal with Beijing.
The US central bank's second-in-command noted recent volatility in stock markets, but continued to defend the need for gradual rate hikes.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity lowered their target price on British oil and gas outfit Premier Oil on Friday, noting the firm's current projections may be "a little optimistic" given the recent oil price weakness.
US industrial production edged higher last month on the back of sharp increases in the output of business equipment and construction.
Outgoing European Central Bank President, Mario Draghi, sounded a confident note on the outlook for the euro area economy, describing a recent slowdown as a 'soft patch', but said policymakers needed to be "patient and persistent" in providing monetary stimulus.
Walmart has been targeted by a new bill that would prevent large companies from completing stock buy-backs unless their employees are paid at least $15 an hour, which was introduced by senator Bernie Sanders.
North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un inspected a new “tactical” weapon for the first time in nearly a year this week, reported the country’s state media on Friday.
The US imposed economic sanctions on 17 Saudi Arabian officials late on Thursday after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month.
Eland Oil & Gas’s field development programme at the Gbetiokun field in Nigeria is on course for completion before the end of the year, the company said on Friday.
US jobless claims edged only slightly higher last week, but some economists believed there were signs in the data that, at least for now, momentum in the jobs market might be topping out.
US retail sales grew more quickly than expected last month, boosted by sales of motor vehicles, building materials and at gasoline stations.
Manufacturing conditions in the Philadelphia region deteriorated more than expected in November, according to a survey released on Thursday.
Stocks across the Continent are trading slightly lower as investors digest the ongoing political convulsions in London, even as they keep a wary eye on the Italian government's antics with Brussels over its 2019 budget.
The Federal Reserve needs to calibrate how much it needs to further tighten monetary policy and at what pace, central bank chairman, Jerome Powell, said ovenright.
New research has found informed traders and investors’ information asymmetry could be driving huge price changes in cryptocurrencies.
Electricity and telecoms were the livewire sectors on Wednesday, while oil engineers were on the rocks.
A report from a US congressional commission recommends that Washington fund infrastructure in developing nations in order to counter Chinese financing deals.
Inflation in the US accelerated as expected last month, pushed higher by increased energy costs, but underlying price pressures were more modest than economists had anticipated.