• Morning News: July 11, 2018

    5 days ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    Oil Prices: Could Iran Push Crude Back Into the Triple Digits?
    Trump's Tariff Barrage Pushes China Fight to Point of No Return
    Mobius Says Trade War Is Just a Warm-Up Act for Financial Crisis
    Employers Are Calling All Workers Off the Benches
    Welcome to China, Tesla. Now Time to Cough Up
    Pfizer Agrees To Postpone Drug Price Hikes After Trump Tweet
    Murdoch's Fox Ups Sky Bid to $32.5 Billion, All Eyes on Comcast
    Univision Explores Sale of Gizmodo, Deadspin, The Onion, and 10 Other Assets
    Nvidia's AI to Power Daimler Robotaxi Fleet by 2020
    Why This Chinese Company Will Make Electric-Car...
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  • Oil falls after Libyan ports reopen, Trump tariff threat

    5 days ago - By Reuters

    Global oil benchmark Brent fell more than $2 a barrel on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to levy new tariffs on China and Libya announced the reopening of key oil export terminals.
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  • Oil falls after Libya ports reopen, Trump tariff threat

    5 days ago - By Reuters

    Global oil benchmark Brent fell more than $2 a barrel on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to levy new tariffs on China and Libya announced the reopening of key oil export terminals.
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  • Higher Crude Prices Beginning To Help Oil Majors

    Higher Crude Prices Beginning To Help Oil Majors

    5 days ago - By ETF Daily News

    From Zacks : Oil prices hit a nearly 4-year high on Tuesday on global supply concerns with WTI trading over $74/barrel and Brent Crude threatening to cross the psychologically important $80 mark.
    Geopolitically, it's looking like a perfect storm for oil production with output already considerably reduced in Venezuela, looming sanctions on Iran, an oil worker strike in Norway, port closures in Libya, etcetera, etcetera.
    The U.S. is aiming to consume zero oil from Iran before the end of 2018, and to replace the shortfall, President Trump is imploring our allies in the middle east to pump...
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  • Brent oil falls more than $2 after Trump tariff threat, Libya ports reopen

    5 days ago - By Reuters

    Global oil benchmark Brent fell more than $2 a barrel on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to levy new tariffs on China and Libya announced the reopening of key oil export terminals.
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