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Wednesday,01 February 2023 at 17:21
chief executive of BP plans to “dial back” a push into renewable energy after
disappointment with the financial returns it has so far generated, according to
Bernard Looney is said to have told colleagues he is disappointed with the
outcomes so far from the company’s push into areas such as wind and plans to
narrow its focus.
He is also said to believe that BP needs to do more to convince shareholders
that it is focused on maximising profits and will place less emphasis on
so-called ESG commitments.
UK and European
markets closed lower, with investors keeping a close eye on the
U.S. Federal Reserve’s next monetary policy decision later today.
U.S. stocks were lower at
the open as traders awaited the latest monetary policy decision
from the Federal Reserve later in the afternoon afternoon.
Oil prices ticked down
as the market looks towards a meeting of OPEC and its allies as well as a
Federal Reserve rate decision and U.S. government data on crude and fuel
stockpiles on Wednesday.
Gold priced lower.
At the close
FTSE 100 7,761 (-0.14%)
FTSE 250 19,898 +0.23%
DAX 15,180 +0.35%
Dow Jones 33,774 (-0.90%)
S&P 500 4,057 (-0.46%)
NASDAQ 11,550 (-0.29%)
UK 10-YR YIELD 3.310
Gold $1,922 (-0.29%)
Brent $82.57 (-3.38%)
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