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Flames emerge from a pipeline at the oil fields in Basra, southeast of Baghdad

Deliveries of oil products resuming slowly

EU countries gradually and partially lifted Covid-19 containment measures between May and August. As restrictions on air traffic and the movement of people relaxed, the use of common transport ... Read More
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Most of the emerging Asian markets currencies dipped against the dollar

Thai shares bounced from earlier losses on Thursday after the government lifted emergency measures aimed at ending months-long protests against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and the monarchy. Uncertainty over ... Read More
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The Euro US Dollar exchange rate is pushing higher

The Euro US Dollar (EUR/USD) exchange rate is pushing higher on Wednesday for a fourth straight session. The pair settled +0.5% higher at US$1.1821 in the previous session, towards ... Read More
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GDPR non-compliance: Multinational clothes retailer fined more than €35 million

Clothes retailer H&M has been fined more than €35 million in relation to employee record-keeping practices – the highest financial penalty imposed in Germany to-date in relation to non-compliance ... Read More
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$1.2 Million penalty imposed in Forex trading scheme

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has issued an announcement to inform that the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania entered an order of default judgment ... Read More

EU Leaders Say the UK Needs to Make some movements towards the agreement, while the pound is falling sharply

  The pound fell sharply against the dollar. EU leaders did not work intensively with the UK to reach a trade deal. They are required from Britain to make ... Read More
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Asian stocks slipped; Investors await key earnings results

Asian stocks slipped on Tuesday as investors adjusted risk exposure heading into the U.S. election and ahead of a deadline for Washington to pass an economic stimulus bill, while ... Read More
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European stocks are breaking from the overnight trend in Asia; The biggest movers

European markets advanced on Friday morning, looking to bounce back from steep losses in the previous session, with the rapid spread of coronavirus through the continent remaining on investors’ ... Read More
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The emerging evidence of hyperinflation

  Note: all references to inflation are of the quantity of money and not to the effect on prices unless otherwise indicated. In last week’s article I showed why ... Read More
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