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DOE/EIA price jumps another 40 cents, but base diesel markets plunge

The average weekly retail price released by the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration came in at $5.25 a gallon on Monday, a number that doesn’t tell the story of the choppy road it took to get there. to arrive. This week’s price marks a gain of 40.1 cents per …

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Column: India shows early signs of high coal, LNG and crude prices hurting demand: Russell

A worker shovels coal into a supply truck at a construction site on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Amit Dave//File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LAUNCESTON, Australia, Feb 1 (Reuters) – One of the key questions for the outlook for energy commodities …

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Lee and Yoon enter final six weeks of South Korean presidential race

Here is today’s Foreign Police brief: South KoreaPresidential race enters six-week home stretch, US hands over written responses to Russiaand Xiomara Castro assumes the presidency of Honduras. If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up here. South Korea’s presidential race heats up …

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PBOC cuts loan prime rates (LPR) for 1 year, 5 years

Pedestrians walk past the People’s Bank of China headquarters in Beijing, China. Julia Marchi | Bloomberg | Getty Images China’s central bank lowered its key lending rates again on Thursday amid concerns about an economic slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy. The People’s Bank of China reduced the prime rate …

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Explanation: Soaring oil prices leave limited options for Biden

NEW YORK, Jan. 13 (Reuters) – Two months after US President Joe Biden announced an unprecedented effort among major oil-consuming economies to work together to lower fuel prices, prices are once again approaching multi-year highs . And Biden has few options to stop the rally. Global benchmark Brent crude topped …

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Your favorite most read stories in 2021

It has been an eventful year, full of ups and downs. As the country tried to combat the adverse effects of the COVID-19 virus, a new government and a new parliament were inaugurated, there was certainly a series of very interesting events. These were well documented and reported as they …

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Multilateral cooperation, the key to economic recovery

Xie Fuzhan, president of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said it had become more “important and urgent” than ever to advocate multilateralism and support the free trade system, as increasing unilateral actions could provoke the isolation and disorder in the global economy. Xie made the remark on Monday when …

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Soaring fertilizer costs are pushing farmers to change planting plans and raise prices

Fertilizer prices have more than doubled in the past year, frustrating U.S. farmers, who are now adjusting spring planting plans and warning of the possibility of higher food prices. A global shortage of chemical ingredients used to make fertilizers, widely applied to the soil to increase corn and wheat yields, …

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Retirees cry out to Buhari for unpaid pension arrears

The pace of Bitcoin’s price losses has accelerated as it has failed to maintain the upward momentum it experienced after last week’s lightning crash. But the CEO and founder of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory, asset management and fintech organizations says he embraces the volatility and “confidently …

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AIO announces the incorporation of the regional insurance sector into AFCFTA

Smart toe The President of the African Insurance Organization (AIO), Mr. Tope Smart, announced the official incorporation of the integration of the insurance sector into the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). Smart, who is also Managing Director of NEM Insurance plc, announced this at the recent 25th African Reinsurance …

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The pace of renewable energies must double to limit global warming, according to IEA

A record amount of renewable electricity has been added to energy systems around the world in 2021, but there is still about half of what is needed each year to be on track to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, according to the International Energy Agency. New renewable energy capacity …

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Global Automotive Software Market Report 2021-2026 – Growing Integration of Advanced Technology into Vehicle Scripts Phenomenal Growth Story | New

DUBLIN, November 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Automotive Software – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global Automotive Software Market To Reach $ 29.3 billion by 2026 Global automotive software market estimated at US $ 17.7 billion in 2020, is expected to …

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Shaastic Launches Elle App on Finastra’s FusionFabric.cloud to Streamline Mortgage Process |

BERKELEY, Calif., 22 November 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Shaastic, a technology company that offers an investment-free robotic process automation (RPA) platform for banks, today announced that its The application It is available for purchase via Finastra’s FusionStore. The app, which integrates with Fusion MortgagebotLOS, allows lenders and bankers to …

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Balloon fertilizer prices and cost of production considerations are increasingly under scrutiny • Farm Policy News

Bloomberg writers Kim Chipman and Elizabeth Elkin reported late last week that “Soaring fertilizer prices could lead to Falling US Corn Profits about A quarter next year, potentially motivating farmers to gap millions of acres less expensive soy. “Fertilizer Price Shock Threatens to Squeeze Corn Profits in the United States,” …

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Mining stocks offer a cheap play on growth. To dig.

Their stocks, however, are trading low amid concerns over the end of the good period for industrial commodities. For investors willing to accept some risk, Big Five miners offer a rich opportunity. All five have single-digit price-to-earnings ratios, among the lowest of any major industrial group in global stock markets. …

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Once again, world food prices fell in July -FAO

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations said world food prices fell in July for the second month in a row. The specialized world agency made it known in a press release published on August 5 entitled “World food prices fall in July”. The statement read in part: …

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Budweiser’s New Boss Gets Improved But Volatile Brew

Budweiser’s new CEO needs your beer money to pay off the mortgage. This week, Michel Doukeris replaced longtime CEO Carlos Brito as the head of the world’s largest brewer Anheuser Busch InBev. With improving sales, stock analysts expect internal staff to stick to the company’s existing strategy rather than making …

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New research reveals companies need to rethink the path to trusted data as the foundation for digital transformation and growth

BURLINGTON, Mass .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The exponential growth of enterprise data, coupled with advancements in cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things, has sparked an era of digital transformation across the world. That’s why data integrity is a pressing business imperative, as digital transformation initiatives and …

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UNHCR – UNHCR and IOM celebrate international community’s commitment to mobilize funds for Venezuelan refugees and migrants

A young Venezuelan child living with his family in Panama, where they fled to escape persecution. © UNHCR / Santiago Escobar-Jaramillo UNHCR, United Nations Refugee Agency and International Organization for Migration (IOM) welcome pledges made today of $ 1.5 billion, including $ 954 million in grants , during the International …

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Commodity Tracker: 4 charts to watch this week

Commodities markets continue to closely monitor U.S. inflation data, as Asian oil refiners await developments in U.S.-Iranian talks that would allow a resumption of crude flows from the latter country. In addition, British nuclear power and winter capacity, and soybean oil prices in South America. 1. Energy markets reflect on …

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Commodity prices have skyrocketed, but miners are not investing

Despite a commodity boom boosting profits, miners are not throwing money into new projects, raising concerns about future shortages of some metals. So-called technological metals, such as cobalt, copper and lithium, are expected to experience particularly large deficits, analysts say, amid growing demand from manufacturers of batteries, electric cars and …

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