PG&E stock soars after hours as PUC chief says bankruptcy unlikely

Shares of PG&E Corp. surged more than 40% in after-hours trading Thursday after a state regulator said he had no […]

Euro drifts up but Italy, Brexit talks weigh

The euro drifted up from a 16-month low on Tuesday as a pause in the dollar’s rally prompted some investors […]

Iraq to increase oil output and exports, waits on Iran sanctions – minister

Iraq plans to increase its oil output and export capacity in 2019, with a focus on its southern oilfields, and […]

Wanted: An Australian energy policy to kickstart A$25 billion of investment

Constant changes in Australia’s government have convinced the country’s power companies that its political leaders will never craft a coherent […]

Iran sanctions seen keeping oil above $75, but 2019 demand outlook darkens

Oil is likely to stay above $75 a barrel, fueled by supply disruptions exacerbated by U.S. sanctions on Iran, but […]

Check Point Software third-quarter profit up, acquires cloud security firm

Network security provider Check Point Software Technologies reported third quarter net profit that beat expectations and said it has acquired […]

Exclusive: Spain to block Berkeley uranium mine project – sources

The Spanish government has decided not to deliver the permits necessary to open the European Union’s only open-cast uranium mine […]

China’s Zhoushan city woos Exxon Mobil for a $7 billion ethylene plant

The Chinese city of Zhoushan is in talks with oil major Exxon Mobil Corp to build a $7 billion ethylene […]

Bank of America’s lagging loan growth overshadows profit gains

Bank of America Corp’s (BAC.N) loan growth lagged rivals and fees from advising on deals and underwriting bonds fell in […]

From climate change to China to Kavanaugh, here’s what Trump told ‘60 Minutes’

President Donald Trump predicted climate change would fix itself, said he knows more about NATO that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis […]