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Oil slips on oversupply, weak demand in volatile trading
Gulf Times

Oil slips on oversupply, weak demand in volatile trading

An oil drilling rig in Anzoategui, Venezuela. Brent North Sea crude for delivery in December slipped to $86.03 a barrel from $86.20 one week earlier on London's Intercontinental Exchange. AFP London Raw material prices endured a mixed ... Gulf Times, 1 month ago
Business Insider

Commodities mixed on global growth outlook

AFP/File Lissy de Abreu An oil drilling rig in Anzoategui, Venezuela, seen on January 24, 2012 London (AFP) - Raw material prices endured a mixed week as investors tracked the outlook for global economic growth and the Ebola virus outbreak. ...
 Business Insider1 month ago

Global Bauxite and Alumina Market

LONDON, Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Bauxite and Alumina in Thousand Metric Tons by the following Product Segments: Bauxite (Metallurgical Bauxite, & Non-Metallurgical Bauxite), and Alumina ...
 Scottrade1 month ago

Sensex cracks 538 points amid oil & rupee fall

The BSE Sensex on Tuesday plunged more than 500 points and the NSE Nifty closed below the psychological 8100-mark on panic selling triggered by further fall in rupee and global growth worries post weakening crude oil prices. The deep cuts seen in ...
 MSN News2 days ago Sensex cracks 538 pts amid oil rupee fall; TCS gains 3%  Moneycontrol.com2 days ago

Cheaper oil means cheap commodities

Bloomberg New York LOWER fuel prices are compounding the longest commodity slump in a generation. Because energy accounts for as much as half the cost to produce food and metals, all sorts of commodities will keep dropping, according to ...
 IOL1 week ago

The Overnight Report: There Goes The Neighbourhood

By Greg Peel The Dow fell 106 points or 0.6% while the S&P lost 0.7% to 2060 and the Nasdaq dropped 0.8%. Better the devil you know. That appeared to be the psychology behind a big rally for the banks yesterday, in ...
 FNArena1 week ago
Melbourne Age

Markets Live: Mood sours on ASX

12:25pm: Frustrated by the government's failure to charge GST on overseas goods bought online, retail veteran Solomon Lew will attempt to sidestep the charges placed on his company's products. Products worth less than $1000 that are bought from ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago

Oil price slumps as OPEC targets US shale

Pic Courtesy: - London: Crude oil prices hit multi-year lows this week after OPEC held output levels despite global oversupply, in a move perceived by some analysts as an attack on booming US shale energy. Heavy falls in the oil market also dragged ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago

The Overnight Report: OPEC Takes A Stand

By Greg Peel One of the most fundamental inputs to growth in any economy is capital expenditure, and more so to an Australian economy dependent on the export of raw materials and the extensive infrastructure required in that ...
 FNArena2 weeks ago
Canberra Times

Markets Live: China's sugar hit ...

NAB is reported has appointed Morgan Stanley to lead the flotation, which could value the combined banks at more than 2 billion pounds. Reports said Macquarie, Credit Suisse and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are favourites to land senior roles on ...
 Canberra Times3 weeks ago Markets Live: China's sugar hit for stocks  Melbourne Age3 weeks ago
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