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World oil prices dip on soaring us production Oil prices dipped on Thursday as soaring US output, fast approaching 10 million barrels per day (bpd), outweighed a drop in American crude inventories. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were …

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World oil prices soar Oil prices rose on Thursday as a pipeline outage in Britain continued to support prices despite forecasts showing global crude surplus in the beginning of next year. US West Texas Intermediate futures settled up 44 cents, …

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US crude exports reached 1.73m bpd in Oct US crude oil exports reached 1.73 million barrels per day in October compared with 1.47 million bpd in September, foreign trade data from the US Census Bureau showed this week. Exports reached …

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OIL SLIPS ON OPEC DEAL UNCERTAINTY, RISING US FUEL INVENTORIES Oil prices slipped to session lows on Wednesday in a volatile session buffeted by conflicting statements from oil ministers a day ahead of OPEC’s meeting in Vienna, as members debate …

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GOLD, SILVER MARGINALLY DOWN Gold and silver were trading marginally lower in deals on Thursday on account of subdued demand of precious metals from jewellers, industries and retailers. MCX Gold futures were down 0.10 per cent, or Rs 30, at …

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OIL MARKETS SPRING BACK AS OPEC, RUSSIA SUPPORT Oil prices held steady on Thursday after falling late in the previous session, supported by ongoing supply cuts led by OPEC and Russia. Brent futures were at $63.66 per barrel at 0246 …

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GROWING TEA PRODUCTION IN BANGLADESH The move by the government to increase tea production as well as improve the conditions of the tea gardens is quite timely and, thus, most welcome. Tea industry, apparently a trouble-free production sector, is reportedly …

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