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OPEC meeting at 6 December will be crucial for oil price direction in 2019 - ABN AMRO

"We have seen several comments from OPEC members (mainly Saudi Arabia). Those hint at a change in OPEC policy. A production cut would be needed to balance the market," argues Hans van Cleef, a senior..
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Saudi Arabia To Raise Oil Shipments To China

Saudi Arabia sealed deals with Chinese oil importers that will see the Kingdom’s exports to China rise to 1.67 million barrels daily in 2019, Reuters reports, citing a statement from state oil giant..
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Oil Prices Hit Lowest Of The Year For 2018 [Video]Oil Prices Hit Lowest Of The Year For 2018  00:40

According to Business Insider, crude oil prices hit their lowest for the year. On Nov. 20th, the price of West Texas Intermediate crude oil fell 5.6-percent, down to $54 a barrel. The price for Brent..

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US Could Add Venezuela to State Sponsors of Terrorism List [Video]US Could Add Venezuela to State Sponsors of Terrorism List  01:05

It would mean Venezuela's on a list of governments found to "have repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism."

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Pressure mounts on Trump to condemn Saudi prince [Video]Pressure mounts on Trump to condemn Saudi prince  01:44

With the CIA saying evidence suggests Saudi's crown prince had a hand in the killing of a dissident journalist, President Donald Trump is facing growing pressure to denounce him ahead of an..

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Brent Crude Futures Fall With Rising US Crude Inventories [Video]Brent Crude Futures Fall With Rising US Crude Inventories  00:43

According to Reuters, Brent crude oil slipped because investors are growing concerned over another supply glut. On the day, Brent crude is trading down about 31 cents, falling to $66.45 per barrel. But..

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Home is best for new breed of Nigerian tour operators [Video]Home is best for new breed of Nigerian tour operators  01:42

Entrepreneurs in Nigeria want to make their country as appealing as other African hotspots like Kenya and Tanzania. Saskia O'Donoghue reports

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The week ahead: Brexit on the mind [Video]The week ahead: Brexit on the mind  01:32

Brexit will be closely watched as UK prime minister, Theresa May, fights not just for her EU divorce deal, but also for her political life, while the U.S. could be thankful this holiday for data..

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Brexiteers 'not telling the truth' on no-deal consequences for UK food exports, says French regional president

Hervé Morin, president of the Normandy region, insisted that such checks would be unavoidable due to EU customs union and single market rules
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10 things you need to know before the opening bell

Here is what you need to know. 1. *President Donald Trump issues a lengthy defense of Saudi Arabia over the killing of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.* In a statement Tuesday, Trump signaled..
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SET index gains on export data, Indonesia stocks top loser

Better-than-expected exports data boosted Thai shares, while Indonesian and Malaysian stocks led losses on Wednesday tracking Asian peers as mounting concerns about slackening global growth hurt..
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Crops are rotting in fields as Trump’s trade war bites US farmers

crops are rotting in fields as trump’s trade war bites us farmers
** · *American farmers are struggling to sell their products as tariffs introduced during the trade war between Washington and Beijing stifle demand.* · *In certain states, farmers are being..
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Istat cuts Italy 2018 GDP growth forecast to 1.1% from 1.4%

Italy's statistics bureau (Istat) lowered its domestic GDP growth forecast for 2018 to 1.1% from 1.4% forecasted in May. *Key highlights:*  •  Sees 2019 GDP growth forecast at 1.3%.  • ..
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Vitasoy Sustained Strong Growth Momentum in 1H FY2018/2019

HONG KONG, Nov. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Vitasoy International Holdings Limited (SEHK Code: 00345) today announced its interim results ended 30^thSeptember 2018 showing a broad-based sales growth..
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New Logistics and Air Cargo Policy Soon

Union Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation, *Dr. Suresh Prabhu* on Tuesday declared that the new Integrated Logistics and Air Cargo Policy would be announced ‘*very soon*’ in which..
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The Scottish Salmon Company PLC : Operational Update Q3 2018

*Strong performance continues in the third quarter* *Highlights* · Revenues of £39.4m, driven by higher harvest volumes · EBIT/kg improved to £0.95, up 36% from Q3 2017 · Annual tonnage..
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UK: Beginners Guide To UK Customs Duties - Clyde & Co

The UK's departure from the EU could mean that an entirely new set of rules may apply to imports and exports. The Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Act 2018 gives the Government the ability to establish a..
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Exports up 8.7% y-o-y in October, beat forecast

Customs-cleared exports rose more than expected in October after a surprise decline in the previous month, the Commerce Ministry said on Wednesday.
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Aussie lamb exports to get new definition

The federal government will change the definition of lamb for export so animals with two permanent incisor teeth are still considered lamb.
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Australian agriculture exports targeted as global trade tensions deepen

China has fired an apparent trade warning shot at Australia by targetting one of its key grain exports in the wake of the weekend’s heated APEC meeting.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'A lot of thirsty people over there': Australia shipping 234 million bottles of wine a year to China

Chinese thirst for Australian made wine is increasing with exports hitting over $1 billion in value a year.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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