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Hong Kong Stock Exchange reopens after Chinese New Year break

Shell shelves 200,000-bpd Pierre River oil sands mining project

BP appeals U.S. judge's ruling on size of Gulf oil spill

UK North Sea investments to nearly halve -industry survey

Icahn's investment fund posts first loss since 2008 on oil plunge

Chesapeake profit falls short company to slash spending

Rio to ask big companies to shut down during Olympics

Citigroup unit probed by more authorities over money laundering

Venezuela seeks annulment of Exxon award at World Bank tribunal

Oil boom's end threatens pain for much of Latin America

Twenty-First Century Fox denies takeover talks with Discovery

Green groups divided on Hillary Clinton's oil interest ties

Venezuela files for annulment of Exxon award at World Bank tribunal

No talks expected this week in U.S. refinery strike - sources

Union, Shell to resume talks in U.S. refinery strike on March 4

Union chief says U.S. refinery strike could spread

Bach says Rio 2016 Olympics will be 'safe games'

Banco do Brasil looks most exposed to Petrobras probe, UBS says

TSX edges higher as TD, CIBC shares overcome energy decline

FTSE steady as BHP offsets fall in Vodafone

Oil slump threatens easy life of affluent Norwegians

US stocks drift mostly lower, pulling Dow just below record

Indonesia to crack down on corporate tax avoidance

Union, Shell discuss meeting on US refinery strike - sources

Union, Shell discuss meeting on U.S. refinery strike: sources

UK business investment slips as oil prices fall, trade boosts GDP

Oil-gas panel suggests consulting role for local government

Canada: Oil train accident shows new safety rules inadequate

TSX gains on Valeant news financial stocks weigh

Bombardier's CSeries 300 jet takes to the skies outlook cloudy

Nasdaq on nine-session win streak

No talks expected this week in refinery strike

Russia's Khodorkovsky: Putin is a 'naked king' facing economic ruin

Protests continue in Venezuela as teen shot by police is buried

Japan Inc. sees no need for 2 percent inflation or more easing: Reuters...

Japan Inc. sees no need for 2 percent inflation or more easing - Reuters...

Maersk to hand $6.6 billion to investors after selling Danske stake

AP Exclusive: Fuel-hauling trains could derail at 10 a year

U.S. refinery strike continues with no steps toward settlement

Exclusive: Petrobras hires JPMorgan for $3 billion in asset sales - sources

Billions flow back into European equities as revenue outlook improves

Obama vetoes Keystone XL pipeline, leaving it in limbo

Slump in Weir leads FTSE down from record high

Weak spending to show Japan consumers unconvinced by Bank of Japan's...

US refinery strike affects one-fifth of national capacity

UAE military buys two Boeing C-17s as part of record IDEX spend

UAE still talking with BAE, Dassault on planes, signs Airbus satellite deal

Lower gasoline prices dampen U.S. consumer inflation

Below the radar, growth in Europe starts swelling company profits

Japan data signal slow recovery despite lower energy costs

TD Bank posts firmer profit in line with expectations

UN experts: Yemen ex-president allegedly amassed billions

Nasdaq ends up 9th session S&ampP 500, Dow dip with energy

Consumer prices plunge 0.7 percent on cheaper gas costs

U.S. refinery strike affects one-fifth of national capacity

Britain's FTSE 100 sets record high

BHP Billiton profit slides on commodities slump, pledges more spending cuts

Nasdaq resumes climb S&ampP 500, Dow fall with energy

Dow, Nasdaq winners fourth straight week

European shares hold at seven-year highs as QE nears

Modi bets on GM crops for India's second green revolution

Modi bets on GM crops for India's second green revolution

Gap warns on strong dollar, port delays

Consumers fuel Germany's recovery

S&ampP 500 lags global markets as Yellen ends two-day testimony

Japan output jumps but consumers unconvinced by Bank of Japan stimulus

Yemen ex-president amassed up to $60 billion, colluded with rebels - U.N....

Vilsack: Smart phones could tell consumers what's in food