Sunday 26 June 2016

Oil prices fall for first time in three days

Oil prices fell in Asian trade on Tuesday after a strong two-day rally that was fed by easing concerns Britain would leave the European Union after a referendum this week, allowing market participants to focus on supply issues. US crude's expiring July front-month contract CL


US should mull more racial profiling: Trump

Republican Donald Trump said on Sunday the US should consider more racial profiling, in response to a question about whether he supported greater law enforcement scrutiny of Muslim Americans after the Orlando mass shooting. "I think profiling is something that we're goin


Boeing jets ‘to get costlier if no foreign sales’

The US could see the cost of new Boeing Co F/A-18E/F Super Hornets rise unless the government approves foreign sales of the jets soon, US Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said on Sunday. Mabus, in Germany for a NATO exercise in the Baltic Sea, told Reuters he was frustrated by delays in


Oil extends gains as Brexit fears ease

Oil prices extended gains on Monday as a weaker dollar and easing worries over Britain's possible exit from the European Union helped buy back the commodity after six straight days of declines. London Brent crude for August delivery LCOc1 was up 29 cents at $49.46 a barrel by

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