November 28th @ 5:50 PM GMT
Yahoo! Mixed signals from OPEC ministers caused fresh volatility on oil markets Monday ahead of a meeting in Vienna meant to nail down a deal reducing the cartel's output by up to a million barrels per day. Saudi Arabia's energy minister appeared to suggest on Sunday that Riyadh could live with OPEC failing to agree its first cut in output in eight years, saying recovering demand would ''stabilise'' prices next year anyway. ''We don't have a single path which is to cut production at the O... (Politics)
November 28th @ 10:17 AM GMT
Yahoo! The dollar saw its biggest drop in almost a month on Monday as a bashing for oil prices on doubts about an OPEC output cut this week left investors reversing ''Trumpflation'' trades that have gripped markets since the U.S. election. Crude prices and Europe's main stock markets were down over 1 percent in early European trading as Italian shares also took a fresh tumble ahead of its referendum on constitutional change this Sunday. With oil so vital for global costs it was rapidly coolin... (Business)
November 25th @ 3:23 PM GMT
Reuters Aliansce Shopping Centers SAis eyeing acquisitions across Brazil's mall industry as a way tofuel growth in the near term, although prices seem too stretchedat this (Business)
November 28th @ 3:09 AM GMT
Yahoo! Oil prices tumbled on Monday on fears that producer countries may fail to agree an output cut, pressuring U.S. stocks and the dollar as traders reversed their ''Trumpflation'' trade as weak oil prices would reduce pressure on U.S. interest rates to rise. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.5 percent, led by gains in Hong Kong and Taiwan . In contrast, U.S. stock futures slipped 0.3 percent after their stellar performance this month on hopes U.S. President-... (Business)
November 25th @ 8:49 PM GMT
Yahoo! U.S. crude fell nearly 4 percent on Friday, dragged down by uncertainty over whether the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will reach an output deal, after Saudi Arabia said it will not attend talks on Monday with non-OPEC producers to discuss supply cuts. U.S. crude futures settled down $1.90 a barrel at $46.06, a 3.96 percent decline. Prices continued to decline in post-settlement trading, dropping as low as $45.88 a barrel. (Top Stories)
November 27th @ 11:32 AM GMT
Yahoo! Opposition candidates are estimated to have won around 20 seats out of 50 in Kuwaiti elections that saw most parliament members replaced, in a vote analysts said reflects anger at austerity measures to curb a budget deficit. Analyst Ibrahim al-Hadban said the election campaign had shown that some of the decisions taken by the government were not popular among citizens, including raising gasoline prices. With no political parties, it was difficult to pin down precisely how many opposition MP... (World)
November 28th @ 10:12 AM GMT
Wall Street Journal Stocks and the dollar rowed back from recent gains Monday while oil prices came under pressure ahead of a critical meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. (U.S. News)
November 25th @ 4:18 PM GMT
Yahoo! Oil prices fell more than 2 percent on Friday, dragged down by uncertainty over whether the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will reach an output deal, after Saudi Arabia said it will not attend talks on Monday with non-OPEC producers to discuss supply cuts. Brent crude futures were trading at $47.79 a barrel at 10:51 a.m. ET, down $1.21. Top OPEC oil exporter Saudi Arabia has told the producer group it will not attend talks on Monday with non-OPEC producers to discuss limi... (Business)
November 25th @ 1:27 PM GMT
Reuters Aliansce Shopping Centers SAis eyeing several acquisition targets across Brazil's mallindustry as a way to fuel growth in the near term, althoughprices seem too (Business)
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