The surge in tight oil production from the U.S. has forced companies in conventional plays to optimize operations to stay competive.
The fourth largest economy in the eurozone has amassed a pile of debt that has grown from €2,137 billion at the end of 2014 to €2,256.1bn in 2017.
Gold prices edged lower, it's time to invest.
The bill would ease tight restrictions on small banks and community lenders and includes a number of other provisions beneficial to all but the largest U.S. banks.
Nearly 40% unsure if they can pay back debt
The new chief executive officer of Goldman, David Salomon targets efficiency and profitability.
Bitcoin is dismissed as an inappropriate replacement for cash.
Saudi Aramco could choose to simplify the IPO process by starting with an offering in its home market as well as private placements with Asia investors.
The European Union (EU) will take a unified response to any U.S. tariffs on its steel and aluminium exports.