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Oil is on track to close its first negative month since April


Oil is on track to close its first negative month since April

Oil prices are about to end the week negative as fuel demand declines due to rising coronavirus infections, adding to concerns about Libya's resumption of exports. If this continues, the price of crude oil will close its first negative month since April.

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Siemens set to spin-off €17 billion energy unit


Siemens set to spin-off €17 billion energy unit

The German multinational conglomerate, Siemens AG, is set to spin-off its entire energy business next week. The new entity, Siemens Energy, is due to launch on the Frankfurt stock exchange with a valuation of around €17 billion and will be an independent company focused

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US political and economic uncertainty dragging asian stock markets down


US Political and Economic Uncertainty Dragging Asian Stock Markets Down

Asian stocks collapsed this morning following the wave of sales on Wall Street due to the uncertainty looming around the US presidential elections and the fear that there is no clear winner. This is coupled with distrust in new measures that could reactivate the economy

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Commodity currencies crash on USD dominance


Commodity currencies crash on USD dominance

The US dollar - which had been the worst-performing currency over the past few months - has roared back to life as investors weigh up the prospects of a second wave of the coronavirus and new national lockdown measures.

The dominance of the currency which is set to re

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Silver selling off heavier again after drop in August – bulls have to wait for their chance


Silver saw a rough start into the third week of trading in September, dropping by more than 10% on Monday the 21st and, thus, echoing the 15% in August, with the little brother of Gold dropping short-term below the 24 USD mark per ounce.

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