Domestic oil and natural gas producers are behind the best annual start in at least a decade for Canadian energy deals as companies such as Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. fill a void left by state-owned firms.
The London Metal Exchange, the world’s biggest metals bourse, strengthened its powers to investigate wait times for metals at its network of licensed warehouses that customers complained drove up their costs.
Banks led by Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Citigroup Inc. say commodities are heading for losses in 2014 as rising supplies and slowing demand compound slumps that led to bear markets last year in gold, copper and corn.
New York Giants running back David Wilson will undergo vertebrae fusion surgery next week to repair a herniated disc in his neck, leaving his availability for the 2014 National Football League season in question.
Pete Seeger, the folk singer who rallied audiences to social causes for more than six decades and inspired generations of musicians from Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul and Mary to Bruce Springsteen, has died. He was 94.
On a chilly September evening in Novogireyevo, a Moscow suburb of concrete apartment blocks about 16 kilometers east of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin compound, a young woman in an orange hoodie approaches Sasha Mazay with an offer that might save his life.
Indonesia’s ban on mineral ore exports will cut nickel supplies while allowing Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. to keep exporting copper concentrates. Nickel and the rupiah rallied, while shares of Nickel Asia Corp., which accounts for about a third of Philippine output, climbed.