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The collapse of Peregrine Financial Group, which comes just nine months after the bankruptcy of MF Global, has raised the pressure on US regulators to boost protection of customer funds held by futu...
The US energy industry scores a victory as the Commodity Futures Trading Commission finalises two key pieces of Dodd-Frank derivatives regulation, modifying its original proposals to ease the compli...
Future of European shale gas market on shaky ground?
Duke-Progress deal a win for alliances, nuclear power
A lawsuit filed against JP Morgan by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is the latest example of the agency's tough, new enforcement stance
Australia’s carbon scheme takes it first step but future development remains uncertain due to political risk.
Hedging programmes have a positive effect on a company’s share price and financial performance, according to a new academic study that examines the use of weather derivatives by US utilities
The prospects for long-term development of the Canadian oil sands remain good, presenters at Energy Risk Canada say, dismissing concern about the recent plunge in crude oil prices
JP Morgan’s recent $2 billion trading loss could toughen a trio of Dodd-Frank Act rules, potentially hurting energy markets, the International Energy Agency says
Credit Suisse has released a research note today that highlights the potential for oil prices to fall to levels last seen during the 2008 crisis
A report commissioned by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (Ercot) has recommended that the state increase its maximum peak power price in order to spur investment in new generation capacity...
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