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Oil prices steady, rebounding Libyan production weighs

U.S. rigs rise again, point to more shale oil. China PMI data, Asia manufacturing figures support prices.

Gold hits two-week high

As dollar falls after G20 trade message.

Implats surges ahead with energy efficiency

8 MW fuel cell installed at refinery.

Glencore, Qataris to meet Putin

As Russia courts global business.

Oil falls as signs of US output rise overshadow OPEC-led cuts

Speculators raise net long Brent positions on ICE. Equatorial Guinea has applied for OPEC membership - minister.

OPEC sees smaller oil glut in 2017

But flags US shale recovery.

Oil’s surprise strength is speeding OPEC goal: Saudi Arabia

The market is re-balancing as demand proves unexpectedly robust: energy minister.

Brexit and Trump send gold on a January winning streak

...evidence that investors are pricing in a rocky year ahead.

Oil trades near $52

As Saudis see no need to extend supply cuts.

Gold surges above $1,200

As details-shy Trump weighs on dollar.

Oil holds biggest gain in six weeks

On record US refinery runs.

$50 oil won’t cut it for producers: UAE

Crude oil at $50 a barrel is too low for most producing countries, according to United Arab Emirates Energy Minister Suhail Al Mazrouei. Prices have climbed almost 20 percent to above $50 a barrel since the Nov. 30 agreement by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to cut production for the first time in eight

If Africa’s serious about free trade, it must act fast and differently

A free trade area could start transforming countries from commodity-export dependence to manufactured products.

Iraq cuts oil production by 160,000 bpd under OPEC deal

OPEC agreed in November to cut output by 1.2 million bpd from January 2017 to support prices.

Africa may push OPEC back to the drawing board in 2017

Stockpiles look set to shrink.



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