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By Mark O'Byrne | April 8, 2015
By Reuters | April 1, 2015
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has signed a letter of application for Israel to join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.
By Mark Shenk, Bloomberg | July 18, 2014
WTI and Brent headed for the first weekly gains in a month following yesterday's events in Ukraine and Gaza.
By Anna Hirtenstein and Callie Bost, Bloomberg | July 18, 2014
Google jumped 2.7 percent after it posted revenue that exceeded analysts’ estimates.
By Bloomberg News | November 24, 2013
The focus of the Iran deal should now turn to forging a permanent agreement to prevent Iran from ever obtaining nuclear weapons.
By Phil Flynn | February 1, 2013
Terror attacks! Explosions! Rumors of war! Yet oil remains unmoved. In a sad commentary on the world we live in the oil market has a built-in price for war terror and destruction.
By Barbara Powell, Bloomberg | November 20, 2012
Gasoline fell as Hess Corp. returned its New Jersey refinery to full production and as crude declined on optimism that Israel and members of the Islamist Hamas movement will agree to a cease-fire.
By Phil Flynn | November 20, 2012
Cease fire hopes rise along with the oil market. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes her way to the Middle East to broker what more than likely will be a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas.
By Phil Flynn | November 19, 2012
The oil markets are rallying on the possibility of a deal regarding the fiscal cliff and the possibility of no deal between Israel and Hamas.
By Phil Flynn | September 17, 2012
In the aftermath of all the market euphoria after QE3, it seems that already governments are using the stimulus as an excuse to not face the tough questions that really face them.