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Asia stocks rise before G20, oil on US Iran feud From Reuters

© Reuters. A passerby passes by a stock exchange, in front of a broker in Tokyo. By Tomo Uetake and Noah Sin TOKYO / HONG KONG (Reuters) – Asian stock markets rose Monday on hopes that the US and Chinese will rise The heads of state and government will be trading talks again this week while oil prices recovered due …

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Asia stocks rise before G20, oil on US Iran feud From Reuters

© Reuters. A passerby passes by a stock exchange, in front of a broker in Tokyo. By Tomo Uetake and Noah Sin TOKYO / HONG KONG (Reuters) – Asian stock markets rose Monday on hopes that the US and Chinese will rise The heads of state and government will be trading talks again this week while oil prices recovered due …

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Asian stocks subdued, oil rises on US Iran tensions

TOKYO: Asian shares were released to a cautious start on Monday as investors pinned their hopes on any signs of a thaw in Sino-U.S. MSCI's broadest index of Asian-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.16percent in early trade while Japan's Nikkei ticked down 0.26per cent. Advertisement Advertisement Wall Street shares closed slightly lower on Friday after the Federal Reserve's readiness that …

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According to analysts, the price of oil could rise to over $ 100 a barrel if the war between Iran and the US breaks out – RT Business News

A war between the US and Iran would have a direct impact on global crude oil prices, as the recent escalation of tensions in the Middle East has already shown. The only question is how high the crude oil could go. In early June, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's advisor warned that oil prices for the US and its allies …

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The price of oil jumps in the midst of new tensions in Iran, declining US supply and price gains on the stock markets

Thursday's oil price rose in line with other risky assets after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates in the coming months and the news was that Iran has shot down a US military drone. Wednesday's data, which showed a decline in US shipments and a firmer date for a meeting of the oil-exporting countries' organization to review the promised production …

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Canada approves the extension of the pipeline for the second time as Trudeau seeks a more reliable customer for oil than the US

Canada has approved an extension of the pipeline that tripled oil flow within the country when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned that he would rely solely on the United States to buy the energy source as unreliable. Trudeau approved the Trans Mountain pipeline extension Tuesday for the second time since 2016, after the original project was stopped almost a year …

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Rocket meets ExxonMobil, other oil companies in Iraq

BASRA, Iraq – A rocket landed early Wednesday near the southern Iraqi city of Basra in a residential and operational headquarters of several global oil companies, including US giant ExxonMobil, wounding three Iraqi workers, police said. There was no direct responsibility. It came after two separate attacks in as many days on bases in which US military personnel was housed …

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Rocket hits site of foreign oil companies in Iraqi Basra, two injured | news

A rocket landed at the headquarters of several global oil companies, including US giant ExxonMobil, in Basra, southern Iraq, on Wednesday morning, wounding two Iraqi workers in the region. The rocket hit Burjesia's residential and operations headquarters west of Basra, Iraqi police said. Charles Stratford of Al Jazeera reported from Basra that a local security official had confirmed that Exxon …

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Trans Mountain: Canada Approves $ 5.5 Billion Oil Pipeline Project

Image Rights Reuters Caption Steel pipe for use in the Trans Mountain expansion project at a storage site in British Columbia Canada has approved the Trans Mountain Extension Project after it was returned by a federal court last summer for review. The decision could be a challenge for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he embarks on an election season that …

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