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Although this will be challenging in the short term, it may be an opportunity for large American companies to acquire assets.
China's retaliation for Trump's tariffs is hitting LNG exporters hard.
As China threatens the U.S. with new tariffs on $60 billion in goods, it is sending a strong message to the U.S. that it must curb its escalating trade wars or else.
Don't write off the worst stocks in the S&P 500 from 2017 just yet.
Southeast Asian nations have stepped up the intensity of their rhetoric over territorial claims with China. Will the pressure pay? And what do oil and gas investors need to know?
Although it was the downgrade of China's creditworthiness as a nation that grabbed yesterday's headlines, three dozen companies are also finding it harder or more expensive to borrow.
These three huge energy plays are ready to rip higher -- and they're not the ones you're thinking of.
Yesterday I recommended the letters of Amazon's Jeff Bezos as required reading; Dimon's insightful letters are in the same league.
It's looking like a bright new dawn for Vietnam, which is emerging from the shadows of Big Brother China.
The fight over ownership of the Spratly Islands has united a very odd couple -- China and Taiwan.
Among the stocks to watch after yesterday's Hague verdict is CNOOC.
The AIIB is now on the verge of beginning to announce intended projects.
Positive results and data should benefit rail stocks such as ARII
The nat gas find should shift loyalties -- and Noble is in on it.
The protracted approval process for the CNOOC-Nexen deal will affect the way China acquires resource assets.
Against all economic sense, CNOOC's takeout offer could easily be stymied.
A slew of recent deals shows the gloom associated with the stock market does not extend to companies that are growing through acquisitions.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including CNOOC's plans to buy Canada's Nexen for $15.1 billion.
US companies looking to export surplus gas to faraway nations may be in for a big surprise.
Stick with natural gas names in which you won't feel as though the CEO is cheating you.