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Australia’s Ex-Treasurer Accuses China of ‘Immature’ Reprisals

(Bloomberg) — Australia’s former treasurer Joe Hockey, who helped oversee a comprehensive free-trade agreement with China, has accused Beijing of bullying and immature behavior as the list of Australian goods...
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Oil falls as COVID-19 cases soar, Libya output jumps

By Sonali Paul MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Oil prices slipped on Tuesday as worries about soaring COVID-19 cases, rapidly rising Libyan supply and U.S election jitters outweighed growing hopes that major...
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Oil prices slump 4% on jitters over Europe lockdowns, U.S. elections

By Florence Tan SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil prices slumped more than 4% on Monday to the lowest levels since May on worries a swathe of coronavirus lockdowns across Europe will...
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Oil falls 2% as rise in U.S. crude stocks fans oversupply fears

By Yuka Obayashi TOKYO (Reuters) – Oil prices slid about 2 percent on Wednesday, giving up most of the previous day’s gains, as a surge in U.S. crude stocks and...
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Oil Inventories Rose by 4.58M Barrels Last Week: API

By Yasin Ebrahim – U.S. oil stockpiles rose sharply last week renewing concerns about the strength of demand at a time when storm-related disruptions in the oil-rich U.S. Gulf...
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UK government to fund councils to support free school meals programme – The Telegraph

(Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to hand councils extra money for holiday clubs, aiming to end a row with Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford over free...
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Goldman Sachs attempted to cover up sexual misconduct, lawsuit claims

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc (N:GS) attempted to cover up allegations of workplace sexual misconduct by the bank’s global head of litigation, a lawsuit filed on Monday in New...
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UK regulators considering allowing banks to restart paying dividends – The Times

(Reuters) – UK regulators are considering plans to allow banks to start paying dividends again next year, The Times newspaper reported on Monday. The Bank of England (BoE) and commercial...
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Oil falls more than 1% as surging COVID-19 cases stoke demand fears

TOKYO (Reuters) – Oil prices fell on Monday, extending last week’s losses, as a jump in COVID-19 infections in the United States and Europe raised alarms over crude demand, while...
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