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Russian oil and gas condensate output up in September

Russian oil and gas condensate output up in September

Russian oil and gas condensate production edged up to 9.93 million barrels per day (bpd) in September, Interfax said on Friday, citing Energy Ministry data that suggests Russia slightly exceeded its quota under a global supply…

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Air France leads tax pushback in climate vs recovery fight

Air France leads tax pushback in climate vs recovery fight

Air France-KLM (PA:AIRF) is battling new green taxes on top of the coronavirus crisis – in a test of growing policy tensions between righting Europe’s crippled airlines and delivering on climate goals. The Franco-Dutch group,…

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U.S., China reaffirm commitment to Phase 1 trade deal in phone call

U.S., China reaffirm commitment to Phase 1 trade deal in phone call

Top U.S. and Chinese trade officials have reaffirmed their commitment to a Phase 1 trade deal, which has seen China lagging on its obligations to buy American goods, giving a boost to financial markets on…

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5 things to know before the stock market opens July 24, 2020

5 things to know before the stock market opens July 24, 2020

1. Wall Street set to open lower on continued tech stock selling The major drag on Dow futures Friday morning can be traced to another technology stock, Intel. The semiconductor giant, also among the Dow 30, was…

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5 Big Numbers That Show Amazon’s Explosive Growth During The Coronavirus Pandemic

5 Big Numbers That Show Amazon’s Explosive Growth During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Here are five big numbers that show Amazon AMZN -3.7%’s explosive growth during the pandemic which has hurt much of the retail world. $570 billion That’s how much Amazon’s market capitalization has gained so far in 2020.…

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How Huawei Could Save Itself: A Five-Point Plan

How Huawei Could Save Itself: A Five-Point Plan

Under Siege Huawei is in a tough spot. They face major legal and political challenges. They have been cited for serious technical deficiencies. Their supply chain is being choked off by U.S. sanctions. And now comes the ban in Britain,…

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The Disconnect Between Stock Performance And The Economy: 4 Reasons Stocks Are Poised To Fall

The Disconnect Between Stock Performance And The Economy: 4 Reasons Stocks Are Poised To Fall

Investors have been watching the disconnect between stock prices and the economy as stocks have continued to rise despite the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. Although this is not a new phenomenon, it…

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South Korea  falls into recession with impact of health crisis

South Korea falls into recession with impact of health crisis

The South Korean economy in the second quarter experienced its worst decline in more than two decades and its first formal recession since 2003, as restrictions imposed to tackle the coronavirus outbreak hurt the industrial…

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Corporate insiders are unloading shares 

Corporate insiders are unloading shares 

As U.S. stocks climb to their most expensive levels in two decades, the executives in charge of the companies benefiting from the rally are showing signs of anxiety. Corporate insiders, whose buying correctly signaled the bottom in…

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Women and Trading: Currencies, Commodities, and Crypto | CFA Institute Enterprising Investor

Women and Trading: Currencies, Commodities, and Crypto | CFA Institute Enterprising Investor

I will never forget my first time in a trading room. I wasn’t (yet) a trader, instead I was working in sales for Xerox in 1989, and my new assignment was to cover the major…

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