Oil

Crude oil prices are slightly higher after import data is released out of China and Libya. Along with the strong U.S. dollar, developments with Iran are … The post <b>Crude oil</b> prices track higher appeared first on crude-oil.news.

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Authored by Olgu Okumus via Oilprice.com, The two-decade-long dispute on the statute of the Caspian Sea, the world largest water reserve, came to an end last Sunday when five littoral states (Russia, Iran, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan) agreed to give it a special legal status – it is now neither…

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The FBI is warning of an “imminent” global cyberattack on ATM machines that could result in millions of dollars withdrawn from bank accounts far and wide, in a similar “cash-out” attack to one in 2009 which hit ATMs worldwide to the tune of $9 million.  “The FBI has obtained unspecified reporting indicating…

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After a  fifth straight month of contraction in the shadow banking system… …and the amid the ongoing collapse of its currency, a deluge of major Chinese macro data disappointed notably tonight. Retail Sales missed expectations – rising just 8.8% YoY (against +9.1% exp), slowing from 9.0% in June. Industrial Production…

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Prosecutors in Montenegro have demanded the arrest of former CIA officer Joseph Assad, accusing him of involvement in an alleged 2016 Russian-backed plot to overthrow the government and block the country’s inclusion in Nato.  Assad – an Egyptian-American who came to the US in 1990 before serving as a counterterrorism…

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