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|Symbol||Name||Price (intraday)||Change||% change||Volume||Avg vol (3-month)||Market cap||PE ratio (TTM)||52-week range|
|ADV.L||Advance Energy Plc||53.616M||N/A|
|SYME.L||Supply@ME Capital plc||237.062M||N/A|
|TRP.L||Tower Resources plc||30.515M||N/A|
|GBP.L||Global Petroleum Limited||18.227M||N/A|
|AMC.L||Amur Minerals Corporation||3.932M||N/A|
|LLOY.L||Lloyds Banking Group plc||187.653M||2.08|
|BLU.L||Blue Star Capital plc||164.26M||N/A|
|UKOG.L||UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC||71.163M||N/A|
|3LRR.L||GraniteShares 3x Long Rolls-Royce Daily ETC||40.133M||N/A||N/A|
|NAPS.L||Napster Group PLC||23.46M||N/A|
|RBD.L||Reabold Resources plc||40.746M||N/A|
|88E.L||88 Energy Limited||36.993M||N/A|
|VOD.L||Vodafone Group Plc||105.177M||N/A|
|INSP.L||Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc||68.196M||N/A|
|BOIL-GB.AQ||BARON OIL PLC||2.466M||N/A||N/A|
|KOD.L||Kodal Minerals Plc||118.963M||N/A|
|RR.L||Rolls-Royce Holdings plc||31.765M||4.08|
|MOS.L||Mobile Streams Plc||55.325M||N/A|
|DMTR.L||DeepMatter Group Plc||5.102M||N/A|
|AMGO.L||Amigo Holdings PLC||5.937M||N/A|
|THR.L||Thor Mining PLC||3.781M||N/A|
|ALBA.L||Alba Mineral Resources plc||25.427M||N/A|
|PREM.L||Premier African Minerals Limited||139.175M||N/A|
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre gives an update on the oil market for today.
Talks for a new national contract for U.S. refinery and chemical plant workers intensified on Monday between the United Steelworkers Union (USW) and oil companies, the union told members in a message seen by Reuters. Talks for the new pact began on Jan. 13 between the USW and lead company negotiator Marathon Petroleum, the union has said, ahead of the Feb. 1 expiry of an existing three-year agreement covering 30,000 workers across the United States. In addition to the contract talks, which will set pay and benefits, USW locals are meeting refinery and plant managers to agree on local issues.
London stocks were weaker on Monday, tracking global market losses, with two commodity companies from Russia feeling the brunt of geopolitical tensions.
Telecom firm Vodafone Group PLC (NASDAQ: VOD) looks to strike a deal in Italy to combine its business with peer Iliad SA (OTC: ILIAY), Reuters reports. The report adds that Iliad, which will make its wireline broadband debut in Italy on January 25, is working with investment bank Lazard Ltd (NYSE: LAZ) on its strategic plans in Italy. The deal could create a telecoms powerhouse with a mobile market penetration of ~36% and combined revenues of ~€6 billion ($6.80 billion). Vodafone has annual reve
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Telecom firms Vodafone and Iliad are in talks to strike a deal in Italy that would combine their respective businesses in a bid to end cut-throat competition in the euro zone's third-biggest economy, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. Discussions between the two companies are ongoing and both parties are actively studying ways to clinch a tie-up of their respective businesses in Italy, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Iliad, which will make its wireline broadband debut in Italy on Jan. 25, is working with investment bank Lazard on its strategic plans in Italy, one of the sources said, cautioning that a deal was not certain.
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The United Steelworkers union (USW) on Friday said proposals by energy giant BP Plc would undermine its 56-year-old national program for refinery and chemical plant worker contracts. People in the USW familiar with the matter said BP has put forward proposals in local negotiations at its U.S. refineries to require waiting periods of up to 120 days between the expiration of a contract and the possible start of a strike. “BP's position at local tables attacks the National Oil Bargaining Program,” the union said in a message to members and seen by Reuters.