A look at the world of small cap oll and gas news this week
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A round-up of the latest news on Brexit, including the Queen's Speech
The S&P 500 and Dow reached new record highs yesterday as the tech share decline reversed
Fears are this will encourage more US drilling and flood the market with additional supply
The oil price tanked almost 5% on Thursday despite the OPEC decision to extend the cuts
A look back at some of the week's more interesting stories from those on the junior market
A look back at the week’s highlighted news for junior oilers
Eyes are on OPEC with speculation that there could be an extension to production agreements.
McDonalds home delivery could utilise third party services like Deliveroo or Uber Eats.
There was a sell-off mid-week in crude as oil ministers committed to maintaining current cuts
A look at some of the Proactive US headine stories of the day
The oil supply in the country is not a concern, but western action always poses a threat of regional instability..
In early trading on Friday, Brent crude was priced above US$52 with WTI holding on to US$50 a barrel.
The EU has told the UK it must make progress on its Brexit negotiations before it will consider discussing a trade deal
With the Brexit wheels in motion, several companies are taking action to ensure they continue to have access to Europe's single market
Article 50 has been officially triggered, kicking off the formal two-year process of the UK's exit from the European Union.
In early trading on Friday, Brent was just above US$50 with WTI holding around US$48 a barrel
Britain’s biggest retailer has scrapped 31 of the Dutch company’s brands and is now stocking only 22 of the 53 it was selling at the start of the year
Analysts believe the pound is headed for a long period of volatility as the government plans to begin Britain's formal exit from the European Union at the end of the month
As major central bank rate hike decisions go, one is now a dead cert, one is speculated for December and one is not happening until we know what’s going to happen to international trade
Johnson, the UK’s foreign minister said it was "not reasonable" for the UK to "continue to make vast budget payments" once it left the EU
For all the hype of a relatively new social media platform coming to market, never have views been more divided than over the now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t Snapchat. And that doesn’t bode too well for a company whose IPO is this week
A look back at some of the main movers on the junior market this week
Mark Warner - a tour company specialised in skiing holidays - is allegedly asking holidaymakers to pay an additional £50 per person on top of their booking costs.
A recap of the week just gone in the mining sector