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Crude Jumps More than 2 Percent as US Plans to Eliminate Sanctions Waivers for Iran Oil Imports

The Secretary of State will announce “that, as of May 2, the State Department will no longer grant sanctions waivers to any country that is currently importing Iranian crude or condensate”, the Post’s columnist Josh Rogin said, citing two State Department officials that he did not name.

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The Week Ahead – Brexit, Earnings, Stats and Monetary Policy are in Focus

A quiet start to the week will leave the focus on earnings. What little data that is due out could have a material influence, however.

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Weekly Recap – New Zealand CPI Sinks Kiwi; Better China GDP, Domestic Jobs Data Not Enough to Save Aussie

Given the new CPI data, New Zealand economists are now predicting the Reserve Bank will cut its official cash rate from its present record low at 1.75 percent to 1.5 percent in May. Although traders are pricing in an RBA rate cut for later in the year, the employment report

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In a Mixed Week for the Majors, Binance Coin Trail Blazed

It’s been a mixed bag for the majors. While selling pressure kicked in on Saturday, Binance Coin continued to deliver…

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Tokenbox Partners with Indacoin to Provide Safe Bank Card Depositing

Tokenbox is a Fintech company developing an open platform that unites investors and cryptocurrency funds under the control of professional portfolio managers and traders.

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Crude Jumps More than 2 Percent as US Plans to Eliminate Sanctions Waivers for Iran Oil Imports

The Secretary of State will announce “that, as of May 2, the State Department will no longer grant sanctions waivers to any country that is currently importing Iranian crude or condensate”, the Post’s columnist Josh Rogin said, citing two State Department officials that he did not name.

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Alexander Kuptsikevich
Alexander Kuptsikevich

Space as a business: What Hides Beyond the Rockets Launches

Spaceships are no longer romantically surf the Universe but pragmatically sawing it in pieces. The “entrance ticket” to the solar system costs hundreds of millions.

Evgeny Kogan
Evgeny Kogan

Why Pension Funds Invest in Cannabis?

A few reasons to reconsider exposure to Canadian cannabis producers.

Darya Bobrova
Darya Bobrova

Future of American Stocks: Buy or Sell?

The earnings season started on Friday and it’s time to look at annual prospects.

Stephen Innes
Stephen Innes

US Markets Had Another Fantastic Week, Trade or Fade?

With the US and China on track to a trade deal and commodity prices well-supported, add China credit infusion to the mix, it suggests this is a market to trade and not fade.

Evgeny Kogan
Evgeny Kogan

Investing in Champions as Quarter Finals Start

Football is one of the most popular sports in the world that has won the hearts of millions of men (and women are not indifferent to it as well). Although I am not a passionate football fan, I try to keep track of developments in the field. All the more

James Hyerczyk
James Hyerczyk

U.S. Stock Market: Will Mounting Uncertainty Trigger Short-Term Correction?

Too many factors to deal with at one time can cause investing paralysis, or confusion, or uncertainty. Call it whatever you want. When investors feel uncertain, they tend to sell, which is what I’m looking for over the near-term.

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Charterprime Hits off 2019 with Focus on Southeast Asia

Charterprime is keen to expand the brand within the Asia market through groundwork education through events, apart from collaborating with local bodies and institutes. Following are the highlights of Charterprime’s first quarter of 2019!

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