Commodity Rankings: Reclaiming the top spot

The 2010 Risk/Energy Risk Commodity Rankings reveal which companies have been able to prosper despite the difficult conditions of 2009. Lianna Brinded analyses the results and talks to key market participants about their views


Last year began as a very difficult one for the energy markets but ended with firm signs of recovery. Towards the end of 2009 there was a return of liquidity to most sectors, and a major re-entry for institutional investors with an increased appetite for risk. In a year of such turmoil, it’s not surprising some companies fared better than others and that there were some fairly significant changes in the Energy Risk/Risk Commodity Rankings 2010.

Goldman Sachs reclaimed its crown as the top player

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