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Wheat Drops Notwithstanding Russia Increasing Export Tax

The agricultural commodity fell, notwithstanding the Russian government announced its intention to increase its export tax on wheat for a second time. This is important...

Russian Propagandists are Back on Facebook for Trump 2020

According to a briefing to the bipartisan House Intelligence Committee last week, Russian propagandists are interfering in the 2020 campaign. The day after, President...

Russian Forex Broker Expands into Belarus

Grenadines-based broker Invest100, under Growth Capital LLC, secured registry of foreign exchange in Belarus. The move was after the Bank of Russia revoked forex...

Turkish Lira Rises After Russian Deal | Wibest

The Turkish lira strengthened in today’s trading after the Turkish government reached an agreement with Russia. The deal boosted the currency against the major...

Petroleum Giant Rosneft Failed to End Tainted Oil Crisis

  On Tuesday, Kremlin-run petroleum giant Rosneft said that Transneft, which manages Russia's oil pipelines, was unsuccessful to deliver an answer to a tainted-oil crisis. Since...

Petroleum and Oil Prices trades flat in Wednesday’s session

Crude oil and petroleum futures were seen in the trading flat in today’s session. The oil market continues to weigh on geopolitical tensions in...

Gold Prices Strengthen amid Global Trade Qualms

On Wednesday, in Asia amid global trade worries, gold prices increased. The Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange traded gold futures for August...

FB: FB Bans Anti-Voting Ads

On Sunday, according to its second annual Civil Rights Audit published, Facebook will be banning ads that discourage people from voting ahead of the...

Oil Prices Climb on OPEC Supply Curb, US-China Talks

Oil priced inched up on Friday, shaking off previous losses after China said it would hold talks with the US government on January 7 to 8 to look for solutions to the trade disputes between the world’s two biggest economic powerhouses. Read more here!

Oil Markets Fall 1 Percent on 2019 First Trading Day

Oil markets slipped by around 1 percent in 2019’s first trading day on Wednesday, dragged down by surging US output and worries about an  economic slowdown in 2019 as factory activity in China, the world’s biggest oil importer, contracted. Read here!

Oil Volatility Caused by US Protectionism

Rising protectionism as well as trade wars and the unpredictable nature of the current US administration have greatly contributed to global oil price volatility over the past couple of years, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said. Read more here!

Oil Stable on Sell-off, Stays under Pressure from Oversupply

On Wednesday, oil steadied following its biggest declines for years. However, it stayed under pressure from concerns such as oversupply and slowdown in the...

Oil Price Slip on Supply Balance Forecast

Oil prices fell on Friday in Asia after a 3 percent jump in the previous session on suggestions that global supplies could balance by the middle of next year. Read more!

Oil Prices Weak as OPEC Delays Supply Cuts

Oil prices slipped on Friday, dragged down by OPEC’s decision to delay a final decision to slash outputs, awaiting support from the non-OPEC but key member Russia. Read more!