Merrill Lynch & Co

Merrill Lynch & Co

Canadian stocks fell for a second day after a report showing an unexpected increase in U.S. oil supplies reinforced concern that profits at energy companies including Talisman Energy Inc. will slow.
“We keep seeing reports that the world seems to be awash in excess crude oil floating around,” said Fred Ketchen, director of equity trading at […]

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European mining and energy stocks may fall as copper prices dropped and oil traded below $64 for the fourth day. Shares of Rio Tinto Group and BP Plc may pace the decline.
Scania AB may advance on speculation MAN AG may offer about $11.9 billion for the Swedish truckmaker. Veolia Environnement SA may gain after earnings […]

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For Evy Hambro, who manages the world’s biggest mining fund at Merrill Lynch & Co., small is profitable.
Hambro steered the $6.6 billion fund to the best performance this year among 270 peers tracked by Standard & Poor’s by increasing investments in small and mid-sized companies. Shares of Hambro’s top performers, Perilya Ltd. of Australia and […]

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Uranium prices may gain as Japan, South Korea, India and the United Kingdom build more nuclear reactors to meet rising energy demand, Merrill Lynch & Co. said.
Uranium for immediate delivery may average $43 a pound this year, Vicky Binns and Daniel Hynes said in a July 12 report. This is 8 percent higher than Merrill’s […]

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U.K. mining stocks rose, led by BHP Billiton and Anglo American Plc as metal prices increased. Shares of Cadbury-Schweppes Plc dropped after the U.K. Food Standards Agency said it will probe why the company took six months to report traces of salmonella in some of its chocolate.

The FTSE 100 Index added 7.10, or 0.1 percent, to […]

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U.K. stocks rose, led by BP Plc. Rio Tinto Group and BHP Billiton led a rally among mining companies.
The FTSE 100 Index added 73, or 1.3 percent, to 5635.90 at 8:42 a.m. in London, trimming its weekly loss to 2.2 percent. The FTSE All-Share Index increased 40.54, or 1.4 percent, to 2865.78. Ireland’s ISEQ Overall […]

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