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The Saudis boosted production to 10 million bpd from 9.7 million a day in the same time frame, but this is within the quota established by OPEC and was used as fuel in power plants and other facilities. The surprise build in gasoline, along with an increase in US production and imports from OPEC nations, pressured prices. Energy services firm Baker Hughes said on Thursday that drillers added 11 oil rigs in the week to April 13, bringing the total count up to 683.
  • EPA seeks to scuttle cleanup of coal power plant pollution

    EPA seeks to scuttle cleanup of coal power plant pollution

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    Pruitt on Wednesday visited a Superfund site for the first time in his tenure, something elected officials from both parties noted. Pruitt toured the complex with IN officials, including Gov. NAACP President Cornell Brooks, members of his organization's IN chapter and East Chicago community leaders wrote a list of demands to present at that meeting.
  • Quest Diagnostics Raises 2017 Earnings Estimates

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    The biggest institutional shareholders in Quest Diagnostics Incorporated include Vanguard Group Inc which owns 14 million shares in the company valued at $1.25 B million. Quest Diagnostics Inc (NYSE:DGX) has risen 19.20% since September 13, 2016 and is uptrending. If you are viewing this news story on another publication, it was illegally stolen and reposted in violation of United States and worldwide copyright and trademark law.
  • Werner Enterprises Breaks Above 200-Day Moving Average - Bullish for WERN

    Werner Enterprises Breaks Above 200-Day Moving Average - Bullish for WERN

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    While the stock price moved along with the volume change, shares are touching $26.80. The monthly stock performance comes in at -5.78%. The 1-year high was reported on April, 21 by Barchart.com. With 9,600 avg volume, 4 days are for Siebert Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:SIEB)'s short sellers to cover SIEB's short positions. The year-to-date performance of the stock is -6.65%.
  • President Trump Talks Tough on Iran in Meeting with Italian PM

    President Trump Talks Tough on Iran in Meeting with Italian PM

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    Trump said on Thursday that the deal "shouldn't have been signed", and added that "I'm all for agreements, but that was a bad one - as bad as I've seen negotiated". can impose sanctions. The JCPOA was a mechanism to lift all UN Security Council sanctions related to Iran's nuclear program, so long as it remained in compliance in developing "an exclusively peaceful, indigenous nuclear programme".
  • Gold lacklustre, investors wary ahead of French vote

    Gold lacklustre, investors wary ahead of French vote

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    There was the potential for safe-haven buying of gold after France said its security forces were fully mobilised for a presidential election at the weekend after the killing of a policeman by an Islamist militant. Gold is at risk of some profit taking after its strong recent run, but should be supported by other factors, analysts said. The shaky gold price movement has also been due to the USA dollar which has been growing stronger as global risks lightened.
  • Attorney for Tad Cummins' family releases statement after former teacher's arrest

    Economia

    During the almost six weeks that Tad Cummins and 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas were missing, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation received more than 1,500 tips. He was arrested without incident on Thursday morning as he emerged from a small, rustic cabin in the mountains of rural Siskiyou County, California, about 60 miles (100 km) south of the OR border, county Sheriff Jon Lopey told reporters in nearby Yreka.
  • Trump eyes changes to Obama's tax and Wall Street rules

    Economia

    Mnuchin said addressing currency swings was "one of the IMF's most important roles". The two memorandums target two pillars of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The memo will direct the Treasury to review the authority for 180 days, focusing on whether it exposes taxpayers to losses and encourages companies to take on more risk, or whether a revamped bankruptcy process would be preferable.
  • North Korea's Missile Threat

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    The loss of US participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership was a blow to Japan following strenuous negotiations, especially over opening its long-protected farm sector to more imports, especially of dairy and meat products. administration after administration, at least as far back as the Clinton era of the 1990s. But it remains unclear what might come next. USA vice-president Mike Pence has again hinted at the use of military force to deal with North Korea's accelerating nuclear weapons ...
  • World oil prices edge down over expected climb in U.S. output

    World oil prices edge down over expected climb in U.S. output

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    Gasoline inventories rose 1.54 million barrels last week, surprising analysts surveyed by Bloomberg who projected the Energy Information Administration data would show a 2-million-barrel decline. Oil-market news . Oil-exporting countries are moving closer toward ending a global glut and re-balancing the market, and OPEC will decide in May whether to extend production cuts, the group's Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo said.