Courtney Goldsmith, City A.M.

Courtney Goldsmith

City A.M.

London, OH, United States

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Past articles by Courtney:

National Grid's chief financial officer Andrew Bonfield is stepping down to join a US firm

The chief financial officer of National Grid will step down this summer to take up a role in a US company. → Read More

Vivo Energy launches on London Stock Exchange with £2bn valuation in largest IPO of the year

Vivo Energy, one of Africa's largest retailers, has floated on the London Stock Exchange today with a valuation of just under £2bn, in what is the → Read More

Smith & Nephew shares slump after it cuts its 2018 sales growth outlook

Shares in medical device maker Smith & Nephew tumbled more than six per cent this morning after it cut its outlook for sales growth in a "disappointing" → Read More

Glencore expects trading profits to be at the top end of its forecast range

Commodities trading and mining giant Glencore expects 2018 to be a good year for its trading business as it narrowed earnings guidance to the top half → Read More

Goldman Sachs: The case for owning commodities has "rarely been stronger"

The strategic case for investing in commodities has "rarely been stronger" than it is now, according to Goldman Sachs. → Read More

The London Stock Exchange will halt trading in En+ this week over US sanctions

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) will halt trading in Oleg Deripaska's En+ later this week due to US sanctions against Russian oligarchs and companies. → Read More

National Grid agrees to sell its remaining 25 per cent stake in Cadent

National Grid has agreed to sell its remaining 25 per cent stake in Cadent Gas, the UK's biggest gas distributor, as it turns its focus to higher growth → Read More

Seeds of Science by Mark Lynas, Boards that Dare by Marc Stigter and Elastic by Leonard Mlodinow: We review the latest books and audiobooks

With new releases on the subjects of GMOs, corporate governance reform and the science behind creative thinking, here's what you should be reading and → Read More

Aluminium price and nickel price sent on a rollercoaster ride over Russia sanction fears

Metals markets have rallied today as pressure from US sanctions on Russia and rising oil prices boost commodities to multi-year highs. → Read More

Brent crude oil climbs to fresh December 2014 high of over $74 a barrel

Oil prices surged to top $74 (£52) a barrel today, the highest price recorded since the end of 2014, on a bullish view from top exporter Saudi Arabia. → Read More

A possible bidding war is looming for Shire as Botox maker Allergan mulls an offer

A bidding war is on the cards for Ireland-based pharmaceuticals giant Shire as Botox maker Allergan wades into the debate, saying it is mulling its own → Read More

Shares in Shire jump after it rejects Takeda's £43bn takeover bid

Shares in London-listed pharmaceuticals giant Shire got a shot in the arm this morning after it emerged Japan's Takeda had made an takeover bid valuing → Read More

Low-carbon UK: Britain just went more than two days without coal – a new record

The UK has just gone a record amount of time without using coal to generate electricity. → Read More

BenevolentAI founder allays fears of a robot takeover as the Woodford-backed firm reels in $115m

The founder of artificial intelligence (AI) startup BenevolentAI believes robots will be able to exist in a symbiotic relationship with humans, refuting → Read More

Beast from the East showed UK shale has a "vital" role to play alongside renewables, gas firm says

After the so-called Beast from the East exposed the fragile state of the UK's energy security, a leading shale explorer today said British shale gas → Read More

Bank of England cryptocurrency: More than half of Brits wouldn't buy digital cash introduced by the Bank

While cryptocurrency companies are hopeful that government acceptance could buoy public sentiment for the controversial digital assets, new research reveals → Read More

European wind power investment sailed to €51bn in 2017

Last year, a total of €51.2bn (£44.3bn) was invested into wind energy across Europe, up nine per cent from the previous year due to a surge in project → Read More

UK bitcoin mining firm Bladetec heads to China to woo investors

A large UK-based cryptocurrency mining company is heading to China in hopes of wooing new investors. → Read More

BP is aiming to keep emissions flat in the years to 2025

BP plans to keep its greenhouse gas emissions flat in the decade from 2015 to 2025 even as it continues to ramp up growth, the company said in its → Read More

IEA says "mission accomplished" on Opec's oil supply cuts

The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) can declare "mission accomplished" on its goal of shrinking global oil stockpiles, the International → Read More