BP is the first major oil company to book a quarterly loss amid slumping oil prices, but investors are focusing on the positives. Sarah Kent reports. Photo: Getty Images
The slump in oil prices continued to weigh on global markets Monday, hammering the Russian ruble in particular. Elsewhere, Japan’s credit rating was downgraded by Moody’s. WSJ’s Katie Martin reports. (Photo: Getty)
Barron’s writer Ben Levisohn discusses the opportunities and risks in crude’s recent slide.
On the sidelines of Heard on the Street Live in Hong Kong, Neil Beveridge, senior oil analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, gives his take on how America’s energy bonanza will affect China, and whether China can create its own shale revolution.
Crude looks likely to drop 25%. That’s bad news for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Senior editor Jack Hough previews the latest issue of Barron’s Magazine. Photo: Getty Images.