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|52-week range||8.92 - 11.80|
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Crude inventories fell by 1.9 million barrels in the week to Nov. 17, according to weekly data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The official data was less bullish than Tuesday's report from the American Petroleum Institute (API (Stuttgart: 565969.SG - news) ), which showed a 6.4 million barrel crude stockpile decline.
U.S. Treasury yields were steady on Wednesday before the Federal Reserve is due to release minutes from its latest meeting, with trading volumes seen subdued before Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday. The ...
British prompt gas prices rose on Wednesday, lifted by higher heating and residential demand forecasts as well as outages limiting supply. * Day-ahead gas was up 0.80 pence at 53.40 pence per therm at ...
It’s taken just nine trading days for MSCI’s all-country index of global stocks to re-capture its record high, with a resurgence of the tech sector leading the way back higher in Wall St and in Asia. Others are more nervous, particularly on moves outside Wall St. Blackrock (Xetra: 1005182.DE - news) on Wednesday warned of "bubble like" conditions in the internet sector in Hong Kong, where stocks such as Tencent (HKSE: 0700-OL.HK - news) have more than doubled this year.
* Tender offer deadline extended to Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) . TOKYO/LONDON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Britain's WPP (Swiss: OXWPP.SW - news) agreed on Tuesday to accept Bain Capital's offer for its stake in Japan's Asatsu-DK Inc (ADK), dropping its threat of litigation after agreeing plans to reinvest in the advertising group at a later date. Led by high-profile businessman Martin Sorrell, WPP clashed with Bain last month when the U.S. private equity firm announced plans to buy Japan's third-largest advertising agency for $1.35 billion.
After suffering their biggest decline in sales volumes for four-and-a-half years in October, British retailers are pinning their hopes on Black Friday discounts to get shoppers spending again. The annual promotional event was imported from the United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) States into Britain by Amazon in 2010 and has got bigger every year, even if - after chaos and scuffles in stores in 2014 - it has returned to being a mainly online affair. Research firm GlobalData forecasts UK spending during the Black Friday period - defined as Monday Nov. 20 to Monday Nov. 27 - will grow 3.8 percent year-on-year to 10.1 billion pounds ($13.4 billion), or about 10.4 percent of their total estimate for the last three months of the year.
British day-ahead gas prices and the December contract rose on Tuesday, driven by domestic outages which curbed supply, though warm weather kept demand low causing the within-day price to fall, traders ...
For the umpteenth time this year, global markets have batted away a sizeable political uncertainty – this time Germany’s extraordinary government hiatus and risk of new elections – to focus squarely instead on the underlying economic boom and persistently easy money environment. Euro/dollar is about the only net move since Friday, down about half a cent over that period, but well within recent ranges, firmer this morning and on balance a boon to corporate Germany in itself. Germany’s blue-chip DAX index recovered all its early losses on Monday to end about 0.5 percent higher.
Prime Minister Theresa May met with senior members of her ministerial team on Monday to discuss their response to European Union demands for more detail on how much Britain is willing to pay as part of its Brexit divorce package. The EU told May on Friday that there was more work to be done to unlock the Brexit talks, repeating its early December deadline for her to flesh out Britain's opening offer on the financial settlement, thought to be worth around 20 billion euros.
Cancer doctors struggling to work out the best way to use modern immunotherapy drugs now have further evidence of the benefits of adding them to chemotherapy, despite earlier scepticism. News that Roche's immune system-boosting drug Tecentriq delayed lung cancer progression when given alongside chemo and its older drug Avastin validates the approach for the first time in a large Phase III clinical trial.
British spot gas prices rose on Monday as lower imports from Norway and multiple potential unplanned outages affecting domestic output looked set to tighten supply. * Within-day gas was up by 1.18 pence ...
Britain will submit proposals on how to settle its divorce bill with the European Union before an EU summit next month and is expected to negotiate hard, finance minister Philip Hammond said on Sunday. The EU told Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday that there was more work to be done to unlock the Brexit talks, repeating its early December deadline for her to flesh out Britain's opening offer on the financial settlement. "We will make our proposals to the European Union in time for the Council," Hammond told the BBC, referring to the Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) .
Sterling inched up on Friday, trimming early gains as investors took profits after the European Union repeated an early December deadline for Prime Minister Theresa May to move on Britain's Brexit divorce bill. European Council President Donald Tusk increased the pressure on May to make progress in time for the EU to respond at a summit on Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) . "Traders don't want to carry any long sterling positions into the weekend due to headline risks around Brexit," said a trader at a U.S. bank in London.
The world's most powerful crude oil trader, Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) 's head of oil trading Mike Muller, has stepped down after 29 years with the company, an internal announcement reviewed by Reuters on Friday showed. Muller, whose desk trades more oil than any rival, has relinquished his role with immediate effect and will leave at the end of the year "to pursue interests outside of Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) ". Mark Quartermain, currently head of refined products trading, has been appointed Vice President Trading and Supply Crude with effect from Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) .
GOTHENBURG, Sweden, Nov 17 (Reuters) - "There is more work to be done" to unlock Brexit talks, British Prime Minister Theresa May was told on Friday, as the European Union repeated an early December deadline for her to move on the divorce bill and border with Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) . May met fellow leaders on the sidelines of an EU summit in Gothenburg, Sweden, to try to break the deadlock over how much Britain will pay on leaving the bloc in 16 months.
Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) 's head of crude oil trading Mike Muller, has stepped down after 29 years with the company, an internal announcement reviewed by Reuters on Friday showed. Muller, one of the world's most powerful oil traders, has relinquished his role with immediate effect and will leave at the end of the year "to pursue interests outside of Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) ". Mark Quartermain, currently head of refined products trading, has been appointed Vice President Trading and Supply Crude with effect from Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) .
British wholesale gas prices fell on Friday, driven by forecasts for warmer weather and strong wind, as below seasonal-average demand and high Norwegian flows created an oversupplied system, said traders. ...
British builder Carillion issued its third profit warning this year and said it would breach its financial covenant. "A combination of delays to certain PPP disposals, a slippage in the commencement ...
European Union leaders will press Theresa May to meet their conditions soon for launching post-Brexit trade talks when she holds talks on the sidelines of a summit in Sweden on Friday, EU officials said. The British prime minister dismissed via a spokesman a report on Thursday that she was ready to raise her offer of cash to settle London's obligations to the Union on leaving but a top EU lawmaker said he came away from a meeting with May in London optimistic that Britain was moving towards a deal with Brussels. A key moment may be May's meeting before lunch with Donald Tusk, the summit chair who is overseeing the withdrawal process.
British wholesale gas prices rose on Thursday despite an oversupplied system, driven by reduced gas flows from Norway and forecasts for colder weather, said traders. * Day-ahead gas was up 0.80 pence to ...
The European Union is sizing up Britain for a post-Brexit free trade deal along the lines of one it agreed last year with Canada, people familiar with talks among national envoys on Tuesday told Reuters. Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO - news) negotiator Michel Barnier has long cited the Canadian example, and since EU leaders agreed last month to ready negotiations on the future relationship with the UK, the 27 states have looked closely at the Canadian trade deal as a model, given British demands, EU diplomats said.
Oil prices fell for a third day in a row on Tuesday on forecasts for rising U.S. crude output and a gloomier outlook for global demand growth in a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). In addition, analysts said oil prices were pressured by a global commodities selloff, led by base metals like nickel and copper, due to weaker-than-expected economic data from China. Ahead of data from the American Petroleum Institute (API), an industry trade group, analysts in a Reuters poll forecast U.S. crude stocks declined by 2.2 million barrels last week.
British wholesale gas prices fell on Tuesday morning after temperatures were expected to rise following a short cold spell, reducing gas demand for heating. * Within-day gas price was down 1.23 pence at ...
British government bond yields posted their biggest one-day rise in almost two months on Friday, dragged higher by similar moves in U.S. and European markets as investors cashed in on early November's ...
Taxi app Uber lost a bid on Friday to overturn a decision by a tribunal which had said its drivers deserved workers' rights such as the minimum wage, in a blow to the company as it also battles to keep its licence in London. Uber immediately said it would appeal to higher courts against Friday's decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in central London. The U.S. ride-hailing service has faced regulatory and legal setbacks around the world amid opposition from traditional taxi services and concern among some regulators.