All posts filed under: UK Economy

Three points on oil industry dynamics

Oil prices recently witnessed a reversal trend and started upward movement on speculation of Iran joining the party for freezing the output. While Iraq is looking to boost the output to gain market share before the OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) members meet in […]

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Brexit on ASX with the day almost there!

Global markets have been in turmoil ahead of Brexit outcome. The assassination of British Member of Parliament, Jo Cox, a lawmaker for the opposition Labor Party and a vocal backer for Britain would continue with European Union led to even more restlessness among global investors. […]

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Oil prices and the to-and-fro Game

  The recent oil price updates entailing fluctuations in Brent crude prices witnessed a hit to little lower level on June 07, 2016 post a seven-month surge on June 06, 2016. As reported by Thomson Reuters, Brent crude for August delivery LCOc1 dropped 14 cents […]

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UK AND THE TAKE ON EU REFERENDUM

Background to EU Referendum David Cameron, the prime minister of UK in January 2013 had assured its citizens that if the Conservative Party won the parliamentary majority at the 2015 general elections, his government would negotiate better terms for continuing to be EU Member or […]

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