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Oil Futures Settle At a More Than Six-week HighComments Off

Oil futures edged higher on Thursday, supported by uncertainty surrounding Ukraine as well as some upbeat U.S. economic data that bode well for the outlook on energy demand.

As IBM Sells Off, Investors Ask: What’s Next?Comments Off

The world’s largest technology-services company reported its lowest quarterly revenue in five years as it grapples with falling demand in hardware and faces challenges in growing markets like China.

Gold Settles At a Two-week Low, Down 1.9% On WeekComments Off

Gold futures closed lower on Thursday at their lowest level in two weeks, with some upbeat U.S. economic data helping to dull the metal’s safe-haven appeal.

Kerry, Lavrov Say Parties Agree To De-escalate In UkraineComments Off

In dueling press conferences, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said negotiations in Geneva led to an agreement to de-escalate the situation in Ukraine, including refraining from violence.

Ex-BP Employee Charged With Insider Trading During SpillComments Off

A former employee of BP was charged with insider trading during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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