• Oil prices reverse course and trade sharply higher

    15 days ago - By ETF Daily News

    From Tom DiChristopher : Russian and U.S. output sets records and Iraq boosts exports.
    Crude oil supply cut by OPEC and its allies, including Russia, takes effect in January.
    China's factory activity falls, adding to concern about economic slowdown and fuel demand.
    Oil prices reversed course and turned higher in mid-morning trade on Wednesday, after falling more than $1 a barrel on rising output from major producers and concerns about an economic slowdown.
    Brent crude rose $1.70, or 3.2 percent, to $55.50 a barrel at 10:39 a.m. ET , after trading as low as $52.51 earlier. U.S. crude rose...
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  • Morning News: January 2, 2019

    15 days ago - By Crossing Wall Street

    U.S.-China Trade War Takes Toll on Global Manufacturing
    $1 Billion Is the Loneliest Number for Hedge Funds in 2019
    Key Fed Yield Gauge Points to Rate Cuts for First Time Since 2008
    Investors Are Still Cautiously Optimistic About 2019. But Here's What Could Go Wrong.
    Markets Are Signaling Higher Odds of a 2019 Recession
    Big Tech May Look Troubled, but It's Just Getting Started
    Big Claims Strain Senior Living Market for U.S. Insurers
    Google Wins U.S. Approval for Radar-Based Hand Motion Sensor
    In the Race for Content, Hollywood Is Buying Up Hit Podcasts
    South Koreans Seek Nippon Steel Asset...
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  • ‘Heartbreaking.' Government Shutdown Causing Garbage and Human Waste to Pile Up at National Parks

    15 days ago - By Fortune

    Some national parks have taken a hit amid the U.S. government shutdown: They've remained open, though severely understaffed, leading to public health concerns like overflowing toilets.
    At California's Yosemite National Park, for example, trash and human waste are piling up, as restrooms are overused with few employees to maintain them.
    “It's so heartbreaking. There is more trash and human waste and disregard for the rules than I've seen in my four years living here,” Dakota Snider, who works at Yosemite, told the Associated Press .
    Joshua Tree park will close down its campgrounds at noon...
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  • U.S. government officials are publicly withholding judgment on China's

    15 days ago - By AG Web

    U.S. government officials are publicly withholding judgment on China's efforts to ease trade tensions ahead of talks next week.
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