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OPEC figures show June oil output rise led by exempt nations: sources
OPEC oil output has risen in June by more than 300,000 barrels per day, (bpd) according to figures the exporter group uses to monitor its supply, as a recovery in two nations exempt from a supply cut deal countered high compliance by many others
13 2017 | Viewed: 53 | Analytics | Read full
Goldman Sachs is worst-selling fund manager in 2017
Investors have pulled an estimated $26.7bn from GSAMs mutual funds so far this year
11 2017 | Viewed: 56 | Analytics | Read full
Forget Korea and China Risks, Asia Currencies Edge Peers in Poll
Never mind the tensions with North Korea and Chinas deleveraging drive, Asian currencies have emerged victorious in a Bloomberg survey of emerging market watchers
11 2017 | Viewed: 63 | Analytics | Read full
Why Germanys current-account surplus is bad for the world economy
The country saves too much and spends too little
11 2017 | Viewed: 50 | Analytics | Read full
What makes bonds green?
Simply using the proceeds for environmentally friendly investments is not enough
5 2017 | Viewed: 75 | Analytics | Read full
Asia Can Power Through Another Financial Crisis
The Asian nations hit hardest 20 years ago by a crisis that sent currencies and stock markets tumbling, saw governments fall and pushed millions back into poverty, now have some of the strongest buffers in the world
3 2017 | Viewed: 69 | Analytics | Read full
Bring on the Omelets: Bigger Flocks Send Egg Price to Decade-Low
It doesnt matter if you like them hard-boiled, scrambled or soaked in heart-clogging hollandaise sauce: when eggs are this cheap, its a good time to get cracking
30 2017 | Viewed: 96 | Analytics | Read full
Global borrowing hits record as big central banks prepare to tighten credit
Global debt levels have climbed $500 billion in the past year to a record $217 trillion, a new study shows, just as major central banks prepare to end years of super-cheap credit policies
30 2017 | Viewed: 85 | Analytics | Read full
Bring on the Omelets: Bigger Flocks Send Egg Price to Decade-Low
It doesnt matter if you like them hard-boiled, scrambled or soaked in heart-clogging hollandaise sauce: when eggs are this cheap, its a good time to get cracking
30 2017 | Viewed: 65 | Analytics | Read full
Global borrowing hits record as big central banks prepare to tighten credit
Global debt levels have climbed $500 billion in the past year to a record $217 trillion, a new study shows, just as major central banks prepare to end years of super-cheap credit policies
30 2017 | Viewed: 75 | Analytics | Read full
The economic effects of Britains decision to leave the EU
A year is a long time for financial markets
28 2017 | Viewed: 83 | Analytics | Read full
OPEC Has Few Escape Routes From Another Bear Market in Oil
Oils back in a bear market and investors remain unmoved by last months agreement to prolong supply cuts, leaving OPEC and its allies with few remaining tools to boost prices
23 2017 | Viewed: 90 | Analytics | Read full
Wall St. at record highs as tech stocks bounce back
U.S. stocks were higher in early afternoon trading on Monday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting record highs as technology stocks rebounded after recent losses
20 2017 | Viewed: 99 | Analytics | Read full
Oil Set for Longest Run of Weekly Losses Since 2015 Amid Glut
Oil headed for the longest run of weekly losses since August 2015 as OPEC member Libya restored production just as the surplus in the U.S. showed few signs of abating
16 2017 | Viewed: 79 | Analytics | Read full
How Facebook is changing democracy
Targeting specific voters is more effective and cheaper than speaking to the public on TV
15 2017 | Viewed: 104 | Analytics | Read full
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