OPEC Oil News
Global stocks weighed down by US tax uncertainty
Global stocks fell Friday as investors awaited Congressional developments over a big tax reform package. Oil prices surged however after the OPEC oil cartel extended productions cuts.
The Latest: OPEC , allies extend oil output cuts through 2018
OPEC oil ministers and their non-OPEC partners have agreed to extend crude output cuts until the end of next year in efforts to keep supplies tight and bolster prices
Markets brush off US tech sell-off; oil up ahead of OPEC
European stock markets proved robust Thursday despite the previous day's sell-off in U.S. tech stocks fell, with investors readying for a key OPEC meeting.
OPEC and allies likely to extend production cuts at meeting
OPEC and allied oil producing-nations appear ready to agree to extend their output cuts at a meeting Thursday after Iraq's energy minister said there was broad agreement for such a move
'Carlos the Jackal' captured in 1994
One of the world's most notorious political terrorists, Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, was captured in Sudan after 20 years on the run.
Crude Oil Sinks to New Lows
Okay. It's Tuesday January 13 the markets in New York are open and our big number this morning. Is 45 dollars another low point for oil. WTI crude oil dipped below 45 dollars a barrel for the first time since 2009. Oil fell 5% yesterday and already down in early trading. And the oil trade has
OPEC Divided Over Plunging Price of Oil
Morning Money Memo… OPEC producers are split as the price of oil hits a four-year low. The 12-member group will meet later this week in Vienna, Austria. The recent 30 percent drop in global prices has cut the amount of money OPEC countries take in...
John Kerry Appears on 'This Week' in 1984
Representative Graham lieutenant governor Kerry both elected the US welcome to our program. Lets people on on taxes are we gonna have a tax bill next year and will we have one without a tax increase. Now that you. Well it will have a move by the administration to come fold with a simpler flatter
U.S. Shale Oil: Saudi Prince's Fear Delights North Dakotan
Should Saudi Arabia fear North Dakota? A member of the Saudi royal family says yes. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, founder of Kingdom Holding and a multi-billionaire investor in News Corp, Time Warner and Citigroup, among other companies, has told Saudi Oil Minister Ali Al-Naimi that the desert kingdom
20/20: The Royal Baby Has Arrived
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