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April 19, 2016 Gold Prices Keeping Strong: Gold Shares On RiseSource: FX News Call
Gold prices are yet to be affected by the rebound seen in oil prices. On Monday, gold prices rallied after the meeting by oil producers failed to reach an agreement to reduce global production. This saw U.S stocks decline while...
April 19, 2016 Global Stocks Higher After Oil Prices Stabilize
NASDAQ - The Stoxx Europe 600 rose 1% in morning trade, following an upbeat trading session in Asia. Brent crude oil was last up 2.1% at $43.82 a barrel, above where it was before talks about a production freeze collapsed over...
April 19, 2016 Can Brexit Campaigners Actually Change Britons' Minds?Source: NewsWeek
The authoritative EU Referendum Poll of Polls, compiled by Professor John Curtice, shows remarkably little movement in aggregate public opinion. The race is too close to call, with the Remain side slightly in the lead in...
April 19, 2016 Former Treasury officials to Lew: Scrap inversion rulesSource: The Hill
A group of former Treasury Department officials are urging Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to rethink new rules cracking down on corporate inversions.
Energy companies led a broad rally in U.S. stocks Monday as investors shrugged off another slide in crude oil prices
April 18, 2016 Road to Rio: Brazil's Troubled Path to Summer OlympicsSource: Newsweek
When Brazil was awarded the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games in 2009, little appeared to stand in the way of the country achieving the potential that has seemed untapped for decades.
April 18, 2016 In 2015, the US economy was more than twice as energy efficient (‘green’) as in 1970 when Earth Day startedSource: American Enterprise Institute
The EIA released new energy data recently showing that the US had the most energy-efficient economy in history last year, based on the amount of energy expended to produce each real dollar of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). In...
April 18, 2016 EU weighs stress tests for banks’ climate risk exposureSource: Reuters
Financial firms in the European Union may have to undergo stress tests on their exposure to climate change risk, such as floods, and to energy intensive sectors where assets are more exposed to repricing, a document seen by...
April 18, 2016 Energy And The 2016 Presidential CandidatesSource: Forbes
With the New York Primary elections just a day away, it is enlightening to hear what each candidate thinks about the controversial issues surrounding energy and power. Energy is far more important to our future, our economy and...
A meeting of ministers from the world’s largest oil producing countries ended in Doha, Qatar without an agreement on how to tackle chronic oversupply, as Saudi Arabia and Iran refused to budge from their respective positions of...
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