Energy companies and investors are focused on profits and reluctant to boost spending even after crude prices surged to four-year highs, a senior Goldman Sachs banker said on Thursday.



Latest News

ChinaDaily: Disqualification of Lau justified

ChinaDaily: Policy Address displays daring and pragmatism

ChinaDaily:  Rationalization of harbor tunnels laudable but can be fine-tuned

Reuters: Trump sees Michael's wrath, rescuers search for bodies

Reuters: Cloud software firm Twilio to buy SendGrid in $2 billion deal

Reuters: Facebook to say who pays for UK political adverts

Reuters: Crypto exchange Coinbase opens Dublin office as Brexit looms

NewYorkTimes: Owners of Patriots and Seahawks Are a Study in Contrasts

FOX: New York City restaurant lets customers catch their own meal

FOX: 'Flip or Flop' star Tarek El Moussa reveals 3-year-old son 'was taken to the hospital in an ambulance'

CBS: Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dead at 65

BBC: Letter from Africa: Kenya unveils biblical strategy to tackle corruption

ABC: WATCH: Trumps get firsthand look at hurricane's destruction

ABC: WATCH: Video: White woman refuses black man entry into building

Los Angeles Times: U.S. appeals court expresses concern about sting operations that overwhelmingly target blacks and Latinos

USA Today: Federal judge dismisses Stormy Daniels' defamation lawsuit against Donald Trump

USA Today: Nicole Kidman through the years

USA Today: Chance the Rapper goes undercover as a Lyft driver, hints he'll run for mayor of Chicago

USA Today: Richard Branson on dyslexics: We're wired differently

USA Today: Richard Branson on dyslexics: We're wired differently

USA Today: Beasley shows worth, Cowboys need more of same in pass game

USA Today: Lions lose Agnew, face tough stretch after open date

USA Today: Receivers Cobb, Allison out again for Packers vs. 49ers

17 Related Articles from 2018-10-11