Investing in the Worst Market in the World
China's markets have taken a dive with the country's slowdown. Can investors still find top stocks in the world's second-largest economy?
The Hang Seng's Bounce Hasn't Stopped China's Slowdown
Chinese stocks may have had a good July, but the country's economic problems are far more deeply rooted
The Trends Investors Need to Watch in China's Slowdown
With Beijing reluctant to take an active hand in its slowing economy, investing in strong companies is more important than ever for China investors
A Closer Look at Marathon Oil's Angola Asset Sale
Why Marathon Oil's sale of its offshore Angola oil and gas field bodes well for the company's future.
Petrobras Breathes a Sigh of Relief Over Big Tax Bill
Sometimes, its good to be linked to a national government.
Diving Trade, Troubled Markets, and Cautious Investors Plague China
Fears over China's slowdown grow as the country's exports fall unexpectedly in June
Why Is Chesapeake Selling Oil-Heavy Assets?
Why would Chesapeake be selling these oil-rich assets off?
Guess Who's Been Investing in the U.S. Shale Boom?
In recent years, roughly a fifth of total investment in U.S. shale oil and gas development has come from overseas.
Offshore Gabon: The Next Oil Rush?
Could the deep waters off the coast of Gabon be the next big oil and gas hot spot?
Shell Looks to Change Its Strategy in Nigeria
After years of mishaps, Shell is planning to revamp its strategy in Nigeria.