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Oil prices rise moderately on reports of Saudi cuts to Asia sales

Oil prices rise moderately on reports of Saudi cuts to Asia sales

He also suggested that Russian Federation would most likely gain further market share from Saudi Arabia as a result of the Middle Eastern country's self-imposed cut to crude oil allocations. The issue has been particularly "a struggle for Iraq lately", said Saxo's Hansen. "That has been the problem of the cartel for many years now". "We continue to see stronger third-quarter seasonal demand as more than enough to offset recent production increases and still draw down inventories to at least ...


Voters Support Trump-Backed Bill Curbing Immigration, Poll Finds

Voters Support Trump-Backed Bill Curbing Immigration, Poll Finds

The poll showed that Mr. Kasich also would defeat Vice President Mike Pence in New Hampshire by a 41 percent to 27 percent margin. (Trump's support among minority voters, which was already very low, has declined less dramatically). At issue may be Trump's focus on the stock market, which he loves to bring up in remarks as evidence that his presidency is bringing about an economic resurgence.


Atlanta Gym Owner's Vulgar Sign Bans 'F***ing Cops,' Military

Atlanta Gym Owner's Vulgar Sign Bans 'F***ing Cops,' Military

A gym owner in Atlanta is sticking to a ban on police officers and military members at his business despite strong criticism from social media users. The offending sign spelled out the two rules at the club: "Do whatever the hell you want, correctly, except CrossFit cultism" and "No f- cops".


At least two killed in electoral violence in Kenya

At least two killed in electoral violence in Kenya

A 102-year-old woman believed to be one of Kenya's oldest citizens said she has voted for incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta . Kenya's election in 2007 sparked two months of conflict and saw an estimated 800-1,500 people, including members of parliament, killed, with hundreds of thousands of people being displaced.



Guam : Pacific island told to 'enjoy paradise', ignore North Korean threat

The Defence Force has confirmed an Air Force squadron is in Guam as part of a military exercise, but will not comment on the North Korean threat against the country. Known as the "Tip of the Spear", Guam , just a speck in the Pacific Ocean, is vital to the USA military's presence in the region and is home to thousands of American service members and key bases.