Royal Dutch Shell and BP posted better-than-expected third-quarter profits, making progress with efforts to stabilise profits even during a quarter when oil prices averaged less than $46 a barrel, a report said.
Shell returned to
Deutsche Lufthansa stuck to its forecast for higher earnings this year as a strong start to 2016 will help the German carrier offset a series of headwinds to travel demand, said a report.
“The guidance remains what it is,&rd
Middle East carriers are expected to post a combined $1.6 billion profit in 2016, a record jump of over 14 per cent compared to the $1.4 billion reported for 2015.
According to data released by International Air Transport Associat
Boeing Company's top executives laid out an ambitious, five-year strategy on Wednesday to increase revenue and profits and secure the company's future for the next 100 years, promising to boost efficiency, return free cash to shareholder
Oil rose above $42 a barrel, hitting its highest this year and extending a rally into a fourth week on expectations of a production freeze by major exporters, stronger seasonal demand and dollar weakness.
InterContinental Hotels Group, one of the world's largest hoteliers, has promised a special payout of $1.5 billion, even as strong demand across all its regions helped it post a rise in yearly profit, sending its shares up 4 per cent.
Bank ABC (Arab Banking Corporation) has posted a net profit of $189 million for last year, 30 per cent lower compared to a profit of $256 million recorded the previous year.
The net profit for the fourth quarte
Kuwait’s Qurain Petrochemical Industries Company (QPIC) has announced a net profit of KD6.61 million ($ 21.8 million) for the first six months (H1) of the year, marking an increase of 257 per cent or KD4.76 million over the profit for H1 2
Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday reported a 37 per cent drop in second quarter profits and said it would cut 6,500 jobs this year and reduce spending further to deal with an extended period of lower oil prices.
The Anglo-Dutch oil and gas