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Imagine the scenario. It’s 2025 and the volume of home-produced oil is so great that the US is near energy independent asIzabella Kaminska
Salamander Energy’s board has approved a takeover offer from Africa-focused Ophir Energy that would give the southeast AsianJohn Aglionby
James Carville, in his time as adviser to former president Bill Clinton, was clear on how he would like to be reincarnated –Tracy Alloway in New York
Samsung Electronics is preparing a major management shake-up next month, as Lee Jae-yong, the technology group’s presumedBy Song Jung-a in Seoul
Petrofac has warned investors that a “difficult period” compounded by the lower oil price environment is likely to reduceClaer Barrett
Regional elections in Italy delivered warning signs for Matteo Renzi, the country’s reform-minded prime minister, even asJames Politi in Rome
The Scottish National party has returned from defeat in September’s independence referendum and its new leader Nicola1m 58secs
Dissatisfaction abounds in policy circles and among respected economic commentators (like Martin Wolf and Paul Krugman)Gavyn Davies
Elsewhere on Monday, - Misunderstanding reserve currencies and the gold standard. - The Streetwise Prof swats goldbugs. - ADavid Keohane
China’s surprise interest rate cut late on Friday will not reverse the trend of slower growth and tighter credit, analystsGabriel Wildau in Shanghai
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