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Oil price explosion – Brent crude jump 20%

Traders have stumbled to calculate what the oil limit would be after Saturday's drone attack on the & # 39; world's most important oil production facility & # 39 ;. And a moment ago, Brent crude oil was opened for trading and exploded almost 20% higher, its biggest hope in 28 years. Bloomberg notes that this attack has resulted in …

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US auto workers shut down General Motors

US auto workers shut down General Motors September 16, 2019    Forty-six thousand General Motors workers walked out at midnight Sunday evening. The shutdown of 35 manufacturing facilities in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and New York will cost GM as much as $ 400 million in lost production each day. Despite its frantic efforts to avoid a strike, …

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Asia-Pacific Warehouse; Brent spikes over 8% after Saudi attacks

Stocks in Asia and the Pacific were mixed on Monday, as oil prices rose sharply following drone strikes over the weekend that hit major oil production facilities in Saudi Arabia. Chinese real estate stocks changed a little on the day, with Shanghai compound slightly changed at about 3,030.75 while the Shenzhen component was just below the line at 9,918.09. The …

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Bitcoin mining power hits new high as half a million new ASICs go online

The computing power of bitcoin mining has hit yet another height, suggesting that more than 600,000 powerful new machines may have come online in the last three months. According to data from crypto mining pool BTC.com, bitcoin's two-week average hash rate has crossed a further high threshold, reaching 85 exhash per second (EH / s) around 7:00 PM UTC last …

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What to know about the new ferry terminal at Seattle's Colman Dock

Walk-on passengers are now using a new ferry terminal at Seattle's Colman Dock. The first completed area of ​​the terminal opened Sunday. Colman Dock is the largest ferry terminal in Washington state, serving passengers from Seattle to Bainbridge Island and Bremerton. These are the changes walk-on passengers should know about accessing the new terminal, according to WSDOT: Stairs on Alaskan …

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Hard to maintain 6% growth, says Prime Minister Li Keqiang

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Xinhua | Xing Guangli | Getty Images Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang said it is "very difficult" for China's economy to grow at a rate of 6% or more due to the high base from which it originated and the complicated international background. The world's No. 2 economy faces "some downward pressure" as global growth has …

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Germany's Largest Bank joins JPMorgan's Blockchain Network

Germany's largest bank, Deutsche Bank, has joined JPMorgan's blockchain-based network, the Interbank Information Network (IIN). Two years in operation Launched as a pilot in 2017, the JPMorgan-led blockchain initiative now has a network of 320 banks that have entered the platform to swap global payments data using the Ethereum network, the Financial Times reported on Sept. 15. Takis Georgakopoulos, head …

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U.S. slate is considered unlikely to quickly replace barrels lost in the attack on Saudi facilities

HOUSTON (Reuters) – US shale producers have added millions of barrels to global commodity supply in recent years, but that doesn't mean they can quickly replace barrels lost from weekend attacks on Saudi Aramco plants, energy experts said on Sunday. FILE PHOTO – A pump jack is operating in the Permian Basin oil and natural gas production area near Odessa, …

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YOUR nutritionist: Non-meat Impossible burgers deserve a health halo

0 UW nutritionist: Non-meat Impossible burgers don't deserve a health halo The plant-based Impossible and Beyond burgers have popped up everywhere of late, proving very popular with people who need to believe they taste as good as actual burgers. They certainly provide a wonderful placebo effect as a healthy alternative to beef, but according to UW Medicine dietitian Judy Simon, …

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