Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil giant, has finally made it to market. But the regime struggled mightily to get it there.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
Tullow Oil shares have plunged to a 16-year low after the company slashed its annual production forecast.
Takafumi Horie used Enron-style dummy partnerships to inflate the revenue and operating profits of his company Livedoor.
Matthew Partridge outlines a few flutters on what should be safe Labour seats in the general election.
Ted Baker, the struggling fashion retailer, saw its share price fall to a ten-year low this week after it admitted that it had overstated the value of its inventory by around £25m.
Packaging group DS Smith is profiting from the online retail boom. Matthew Partridge explains how traders can play the share price.
Scottish voters are strongly opposed to another independence referendum, says Matthew Partridge. That opens up a few tasty punts against he SNP.
LVMH has clinched a deal to buy the jewellery group Tiffany & Co for $16.6bn, marking the largest takeover on record in the luxury sector. But is the deal worth it?
Ride-hailing app Uber has been denied a new licence to operate in London. This is excellent news for rivals. Matthew Partridge reports
Focusing on cheap stocks, historically a highly successful investment strategy, has been a disappointment over the past ten years. But the tide is starting to turn, says Matthew Partridge.