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NEW YORK: Crude futures settled lower on Tuesday, pulling back from one-month highs, on fears that India, the world's third-biggest oil importer, may impose restrictions as coronavirus infections and deaths surge to record highs
NEW YORK: A gauge of stock prices across the world fell on Tuesday and oil prices also slipped as concern lingered over rising global COVID-19 cases and their effect on the global economic rebound.
LONDON: Oil rose to $68 a barrel and hit its highest in a month on Tuesday, supported by a disruption to Libyan exports and expectations of a drop in U.S. crude inventories, although rising coronavirus cases in Asia limited gains.
China-Australia relations: on first anniversary of trade conflict, hay-import licences bedevil Australian exporters
China’s import permits for 25 Australian hay exporters have not been renewed two months after their expirationHay-licence problems are just the latest in a series of trade difficulties resulting from the war of words that erupted one year ago between Canberra and Beijing over the coronavirus origin
LONDON: Copper prices rose on Monday as global stock markets hit record highs and the dollar fell, with many analysts and traders expecting the metal to rally to new 10-year highs
CHENNAI (Reuters) - India may build new coal-fired power plants as they generate the cheapest power, according to a draft electricity policy document seen by Reuters, despite growing calls from environmentalists to deter use of coal.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain stands in "full support" of the Czech Republic which foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday had exposed the lengths Russian intelligence services will go to after Prague accused Moscow of involvement in an ammunition depot explosion.
According to a recent study, this form of agriculture could also provide a source of income for rural households in flood-prone parts of the country.