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Royal Dutch Shell profit slides on lower oil prices

May 04 2016 16:02

Royal Dutch Shell announced an 89% drop in net profit for the first quarter, blamed on slumping oil prices, adding that investment would be lower than expected.


Maersk soars after profit drops less than expected

May 04 2016 11:15

AP Moeller-Maersk has risen the most in two-and-a-half months after reporting a smaller decline in profit than estimated.


SABMiller agrees to SA funds for Coke bottle merger

May 04 2016 09:54

SABMiller and Coca-Cola have agreed to protect jobs and set up two R400m development funds in order to secure approval for the creation of bottling operations in Africa.


Nampak invests further in profitable Zim unit

May 03 2016 18:04

Nampak has invested over $2m into its Zimbabwe unit, which posted a $2.4m interim operating profit after benefiting from stronger demand for packaging material.


HSBC's quarterly profit beats estimates

May 03 2016 18:01

HSBC has reported a bigger first-quarter profit than analysts forecast, citing cost controls and strength in commercial banking.


Skywise praises SA Civil Aviation Authority

May 01 2016 16:30

The SA Civil Aviation Authority is one of the best performing institutions in South Africa, according to the co-chairs of suspended low-cost airline Skywise.


BASF says feeling pinch from low oil price

May 01 2016 15:30

German chemicals giant BASF says its first-quarter business has taken a hit from low oil prices, but bottom-line profit has increased nevertheless thanks to lower taxes.


Oil profits plunge as industry eyes a bottom

Apr 29 2016 20:00

Plunging oil prices have battered oil giants' profits in the first quarter, another blow following credit downgrades, layoffs and drilling cutbacks in the wake of a long rout.


Tiger Brands CFO steps down

Apr 29 2016 19:51

South Africa's largest food producer Tiger Brands has announced the resignation of Funke Ighodaro as chief financial officer and executive director.


Exxon posts smallest profit since 1999

Apr 29 2016 15:15

Exxon Mobil has posted its weakest quarterly profit in more than a decade amid tumbling energy prices that have already cost its sterling credit rating.

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AB InBev to sell more SABMiller assets to win EU nod

Apr 29 2016 09:51

Anheuser-Busch InBev is planning sell SABMiller beer brands around Europe to win European Union regulatory approval for its £74.3bn acquisition.


Gazprom profits up fivefold in 2015

Apr 28 2016 20:00

Russian gas giant Gazprom says its net profit grew almost fivefold in 2015 despite the falling oil price, partly due to a rise in exports and the rouble's plunge in value.

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