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03/23/2018 01:05 PM

The Business Times

Oil tips higher on fresh sign for continued OPEC production curbs
“Although Trump has exempted the EU and other countries from the punitive tariffs on steel and aluminium for the time being, he may attempt to make any permanent exemption from the tariffs contingent on participation in new Iran sanctions,” the ...
China's oil futures: frazzle or dazzle for foreign traders?The Business Times
Oil Edges Up on Hopes for OPEC Cut ExtensionWall Street Journal
UPDATE: Oil retreats from a 7-week high as trade war risks weigh on stock
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03/23/2018 12:03 PM

Wall Street Journal (blog)

China Hits Back at US Tariffs—Energy Journal
Wall Street Journal (blog)
The U.S. tariffs raised concern that the barriers to trade on steel could hurt the oil industry due to the coming need for the metal to build new pipelines and other infrastructure. Meanwhile, oil prices edged up on Friday even as global stock markets ...

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03/23/2018 11:08 AM

Women on Wall St: Meet the First Woman To Be President of an Exchange
For Women's History Month, Alpha Rising is showcasing the women that have conquered Wall St. Today, meet Rosemary McFadden, the first woman to be president of a stock or futures exchange. ByTracy Byrnes · and Julie Iannuzzi. Mar 23, 2018 6:30 AM EDT ...

03/23/2018 10:31 AM

The San Luis Obispo Tribune

World markets roiled by rising fears of US-China trade war
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
A traditional "safe haven" from risk, the Japanese yen touched a 17-month high against the U.S. dollar in response to the jitters over trade. The dollar fell to 104.87 yen from 105.28 yen in late trading Thursday. The euro rose to $1.2337 from $1.2302 ...
Asian Shares Slump on Fears of Trade War Between US, ChinaU.S. News & World Report
US-China Trade War Fears Send Global Stock Markets Into TurmoilHuffPost Canada

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03/23/2018 09:14 AM


Crude drops as Donald Trump tariffs on China spark trade war concerns
West Texas Intermediate crude for May delivery dropped 87 cents to settle at $64.30 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent for May settlement slid 56 cents to end the session at $68.91 on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange, and ...

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03/23/2018 07:53 AM