ICE Brent up 1.5% after Saudi Arabia reports no price wars

Saudi Aramco on Tuesday raised its official selling price of light Arab crude to Asian buyers by 80 cents per barrel (barrel), the largest monthly increase since January. Buyers in the United States will see smaller increases next month, with prices rising between 20 cents and 40 cents a barrel. …

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Fuel rates rise again, petrol at 100.21 yen per liter in Delhi

Gasoline prices have crossed ₹100 per liter in Delhi and Calcutta on Wednesday after fuel retailers hiked gasoline prices by 35 paise per liter and diesel by 17 paise in the early hours of the morning, even as international crude oil prices fell on Tuesday following an inconclusive meeting of …

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2 Best Dividend Stocks Income Investors Can Buy Right Now

Dividend investors are constantly on the lookout for the best stocks to add to their TFSA and RRSP portfolios. The market is starting to give back gains on the main dividend-paying stocks which now appear to be well valued or even undervalued. TC Energy TC Energy (TSX: TRP) (NYSE: TRP) …

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The share of the public limited company Gazprom Neft (MCX: SIBN) becomes ex-dividend in just four days

Gazprom Neft public joint stock company The stock (MCX: SIBN) is about to trade ex-dividend in 4 days. The ex-dividend date is one business day before a company’s registration date, which is the date the company determines which shareholders are entitled to receive a dividend. The ex-dividend date is important …

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Jet fuel demand set to increase 30% in summer

The airline industry is at a critical inflection point. Regular vaccination deployments and declining infection rates in most Western economies allow commercial travel to resume after more than a year of stoppage. Altered vacation trips, postponed family reunions, newborn meetups, weddings, attending memorial services for loved ones are the new …

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Column: Supercycle, which supercycle? Chinese imports of raw materials do not impress (Russell)

Workers drive loaders unloading imported coal at a port in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province, China, December 5, 2019. REUTERS / Stringer The bullish glow surrounding commodities may have lost its luster, with imports in May from the main Chinese buyer looking distinctly unimpressive and far from levels associated with a new …

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Data-rich week could lead to price swings in oil markets

Daniel Graeber, Corresponding June 7, 2021Update: June 7, 2021 at 5:35 am A series of reports updating demand forecasts could lead to price swings in oil markets this week. Elizabeth Conley, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Monthly market reports from OPEC, EIA and IEA could result in a volatile week …

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Erdogan wants to get involved in Bulgarian politics – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before starting to read today’s edition of Les Capitales, do not hesitate to consult the article “Europe is turning to active labor market policies to strengthen …

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Careless attitude of company staff when laying the pipeline in Kaithal: The Tribune India

Kaithal: The digging of roads in various localities of the town of Kaithal to lay a gas pipeline by a private company has become a major irritant for residents due to the reckless attitude of company staff. During the digging operation, the water supply pipes had been damaged, which had …

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Saudi Arabia, Italy, Indonesia and Colombia host G20 anti-corruption event at UN

JEDDAH: Within Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 agenda is a plan to address environmental issues and implement sustainable solutions. Over the past five years, the Kingdom has made great strides in ‘going green’ initiatives that include everything from recycling to waste management. Earlier this year, five national environmental centers and an …

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