OIL prices on Thursday clawed back some of the previous day's losses after Beijing said that it would send a delegation to Washington to try to resolve a trade dispute between the United States...

[LONDON] Oil rebounded as financial markets stabilised after the initial panic over Turkey's economic meltdown eased...

OIL traded near US$68 a barrel after Iran ruled out talks with the US, heightening concerns over global supply and countering fears of wider market turmoil from a crisis in Turkey.

[LONDON] Oil prices fell on Friday on concerns that global trade disputes will slow economic growth and demand for fuel, but losses were limited by US sanctions against Iran which look set to tighten...

[BEIJING] More passengers, higher ticket prices and a cargo rebound couldn't save Cathay Pacific Airways from slumping into yet another loss. For chief executive officer Rupert Hogg, that means...

[SINGAPORE] Oil markets started cautiously on Tuesday, as many traders in Asia were reluctant to take on new positions ahead of the introduction of US sanctions against major crude exporter Iran.

[RIO DE JANEIRO] In a return to its glory days, Petrobras posted its biggest profit since 2011 as rising crude prices compensated for sales disruptions during a crippling trucker strike in May.