[TOKYO] A US$320 million loss by a rogue oil trader at Mitsubishi's Singapore unit will likely prompt the Japanese company to cut its full-year net income forecast, SMBC Nikko Securities said.

[LONDON] On Sept 14, Saudi Arabia suffered the single-biggest blow to its oil infrastructure in the country's history when critical processing facilities were attacked.

[KUALA LUMPUR] Malaysia kept its export duty on crude palm oil for October unchanged at zero per cent, according to a circular on the Malaysian Palm Oil Board's website this week, citing the...

[CHICAGO] For several months, the beef market was hot. But prices got so overheated that now Americans are saying: What else is for dinner?

[BEIJING] Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday condemned weekend strikes on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, state media reported, with tensions in the Gulf region soaring after Washington blamed...

[NEW YORK] Oil prices eased on Friday on renewed concern over the US-China trade war, but futures still posted weekly gains, with Brent marking its biggest weekly increase since January, after an...

MALAYSIA'S state-owned energy giant Petronas said it would beef up security at its plants after an attack on a Saudi hub last weekend, and warned oil price volatility in the rest of the year could...

GOLD REPORT

THE US Federal Reserve has lowered the target range for its key interest rates to 1.75-2 per cent (-25bps). The Federal Reserve Open Markets Committee (FOMC) members, though voting in favour of...

[TOKYO] Pan Pacific Copper (PPC), Japan's top copper smelter, expects a global shortage in copper to be less acute next year as top consumer China's output increases and its demand growth softens...

THE default of a PACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH) joint venture (JV) on US$27.6 million worth of debt has no material impact on offshore and marine group Ezion Holdings, the latter confirmed...