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Oil in global economy series: Bahrain discovers largest Oil reserve in its history

Oil in global economy series: Bahrain discovers largest Oil reserve in its history After almost 90 years, Bahrain has made a major oil discovery, which is reportedly largest in its history. On Sunday, the country’s official news agency reported that highly significant quantities of oil and gas have been discovered …

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The worst second-quarter start since the Great Depression

The worst second-quarter start since the Great Depression U.S. stocks just had their worst second-quarter start in a long time as tech continues to get hit and U.S.-China trade tensions remain front and center. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about. New Quarter, Same Stock Volatility (Bloomberg)-Asian markets …

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Americas roundup:dollar flat as rally fizzles ahead of easter weekend,U.S. stocks end rocky week in positive territory,gold slips,Oil prices rise as OPEC seen continuing supply cuts through 2018-march 30th, 2018

Americas roundup:dollar flat as rally fizzles ahead of easter weekend,U.S. stocks end rocky week in positive territory,gold slips,Oil prices rise as OPEC seen continuing supply cuts through 2018-march 30th, 2018 Market Roundup • Harker gets more hawkish, sees 2 more Fed rate hikes this year. • China warns U.S. not …

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Intelligence Report: Shrugging Off Trade War, Oil Holds Gains

   Intelligence Report: Shrugging Off Trade War, Oil Holds Gains –    Solar costs have fallen rapidly over the past decade. The EIA estimates that solar system costs on a per-watt basis declined by 10 to 15 percent per year between 2010 and 2016. –    There are various ways to estimate costs in the solar industry, and …

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Spotlight on recent economic and monetary developments and their impacts on carry, high-beta and G10 FX universe

Spotlight on recent economic and monetary developments and their impacts on carry, high-beta and G10 FX universe The currency markets navigated two major events over the past week that left the broad dollar with no more directional clarity than before. The March FOMC under new Fed Chair Powell raised rates …

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Global geopolitical series: U.S. commerce department initiates ad/cvd investigation on imports of laminated woven sacks from Vietnam

Global geopolitical series: U.S. commerce department initiates ad/cvd investigation on imports of laminated woven sacks from Vietnam Last night, the U.S. Commerce Department announced the initiation of investigation into imports of Laminated Woven Sacks from Vietnam. The investigations was initiated based on petition filed by Laminated Woven Sacks Fair Trade …

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Asia roundup: Kiwi eases as trade war concerns weigh on commodity prices, Dollar index slumps on tension over North Korea, Asian shares trade in red – Thursday, March 29th, 2018

Asia roundup: Kiwi eases as trade war concerns weigh on commodity prices, Dollar index slumps on tension over North Korea, Asian shares trade in red – Thursday, March 29th, 2018 Market Roundup China warns U.S. not to open Pandora’s Box, unleash trade ills on world China still considering curbs on …

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America’s roundup: Dollar recovers versus currency basket, Wall street closes sharply lower, Gold falls from near six-week high, Oil drops on equity weakness, surprise api build-march 28th, 2018

America’s roundup: Dollar recovers versus currency basket, Wall street closes sharply lower, Gold falls from near six-week high, Oil drops on equity weakness, surprise api build-march 28th, 2018   Market Roundup • Trump discusses China trade practices with Macron, Merkel. • In call with Trump, Merkel urges EU-US dialogue on …

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Sneak peek into Sterling’s strength on momentary relief from Brexit, hedging sentiments intact

Sneak peek into Sterling’s strength on momentary relief from Brexit, hedging sentiments intact GBP’s performance in recent months was noticeable than analysts had anticipated on a blend of less immediate tail risk from Brexit (following outline political agreement in December over a stand-still transition once the UK leaves the EU …

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