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Oil industry: only the fittest will survive

The actions of OPEC have forced the oil supply to fall and producers to cut costs and rationalise, says Richard Hulf

In an interview with journalist Alexis Xydias, Richard Hulf, manager of the Artemis Global Energy Fund, explains the impact of the fall in the oil price on energy companies. Alexis also quizzes Richard on how he expects the price to react during the rest of 2015.

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Nic Cicutti: FCA fines shouldn’t go to advisers

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Citizens Advice: Don’t force advice on people selling annuities

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Greece: the sideshow continues

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