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Commodities

Oil and Gas

Crude prices slumps after US/Iran accord

A successful nuclear deal between the US and Iran will bring a flood of oil onto the market and the prospect has already send Brent crude prices lower

Mining

Athens, Delhi and gold prices

The prospect of a Greek default has left peripheral bond markets untroubled, but are there any portents for the gold market? Mark Robinson launches his inaurgural monthly Commodities column.

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  1. Cost savings to come from Tullow

    By Mark Robinson , 29 July 2015

    The benefits of Tullow's major cost-cutting programme should start to accrue during the second half - not a moment too soon

  2. BP poised to move on

    By Mark Robinson , 28 July 2015

    BP has swung to a half-year loss on the back of another hefty impairment for the Deepwater Horizon disaster, but weak energy prices now present the immediate challenge.

  3. Plexus builds revenue options

    By Mark Robinson , 16 July 2015

    A marquee licensing deal and the coming launch of new subsea technology points to substantial growth opportunities for specialist wellhead developer Plexus.

  4. Genel open to offers

    By Mark Robinson , 15 July 2015

    Tony Hayward has taken over the chairmanship of Genel Energy - a possible precursor to a sale.

  5. Solan on track for Premier

    By Mark Robinson , 14 July 2015

    Premier Oil has been making operational headway in the first half of 2015

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