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LONDON: While robusta futures rose on Tuesday, the gain followed the biggest daily slump in four months that sent prices to the lowest since 2010.
Renewable energy seems to be the buzzword these days. Everybody have a view on renewable energy, whether it is solar, bio-diesel or hydro. They all seem to think that it is good that Malaysia is talking about renewable energy in a big way.
HOUSTON: Brent crude oil prices rose more than 1% on Thursday on fears of longer-than-expected supply shortfalls following Saturday's attacks on a key Saudi Arabian oilprocessing facility and escalating tensions in the Middle East.
RECENT attacks on key oil infrastructure in Saudi Arabia sent prices sharply higher, and while the risk to near term supply disruption may be low, the event squarely brings to the forefront the vulnerability of Middle East supply.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's main stock benchmark surged more than 4% on Wednesday afternoon after media reported the government was set to formally withdraw the proposed extradition bill that sparked three months of protests in the former British colony.Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index surges 4.3% to 26,627 after HK leader to formally withdraw controversial bill
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's main stock benchmark <.HSI> surged more than 4% on Wednesday afternoon after media reported the government was set to formally withdraw the proposed extradition bill that sparked three months of protests in the former British colony.
LONDON: The British pound weakened on Monday as traders braced for a clash between the government and lawmakers opposed to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit plans as parliament returns this week from its summer recess.
NEW YORK: Rates traders are gearing up for a keynote speech from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell in Jackson Hole on Friday that could be wildly out of tune with their expectations.
BENGALURU: Investors turned more bearish on some Asian currencies and trimmed long bets on others over the past two weeks, a Reuters poll showed, as caution prevailed over prospective further dovish approach by key global central banks
and their Asian counterparts.
LONDON: Indian billionaire Anil Agarwal, once the biggest shareholder in Anglo American Plc, plans to exit his stake in the diversified mining company.