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Oil prices drop on uptick in US production

Brent crude futures were at $68.78 at 0128 GMT, down 53 cents, or 0.8 percent, from their last close. On Monday, they hit their highest since December, 2014 at $70.37 a barrel.

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On To The Senate

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On To The Senate

House passes stopgap spending bill 230-197: 5 Dems voted for it; 11 Republicans voted against it. Senate passage appears unlikely and so Friday will probably be another day of intra-party brinkmanship.

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The Drilldown: Permit problems delay Trans Mountain another year

The Lead: Kinder Morgan’s controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will see further delays over permitting issues, the Financial Post reports. The $7.4 billion project — capable of transporting 590,000 barrels of oil per day — was supposed to be in service by late 2019. Now, the project will only be in service by late 2020 […]

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Dow closes 97 points lower as concern over government shutdown looms

The 30-stock index closed 97.84 points lower at 26,017.81 after falling 168.33 points at its session lows. The SP 500 alternated between gains and losses throughout the session before closing 0.2 percent lower at 2,798.03.

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Canadians Cities React To Losing Out On New Amazon Headquarters

TORONTO — Amazon waded through 238 bids that included promises of hefty tax breaks and canoeing to work to narrow down a short list of some 20 candidates, including just one Canadian city — Toronto. Here’s a look at what some of the other cities who placed bids had to say: Calgary In an effort […]

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Image Source: Everett Collection All the Money in the World hit theaters last month and was nominated for three Golden Globe Awards, and yet, many people still don’t know the true story behind the film. Michelle Williams (as Gail Harris), Christopher Plummer (as J.Paul Getty), Mark Wahlberg (as Fletcher Chase), and Charlie Plummer (as John […]

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What changed for the market while you were sleeping? 12 things you should know

A list of important headlines from across news agencies that could help in your trade today.

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UK government produces numbingly boring cartoon defending rights of copyright proprietors

Britain’s Intellectual Property Office admits that its cartoon informing children about copyright infringement is “dry and niche,” despite exciting scenes such an old man in a suit explaining intellectual property and a goatlike charicature of popular singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. The Intellectual Property Office is leading the government’s efforts to crack down on internet piracy and […]

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POPE FRANCIS frantically rushed to the aid of a Chilean policewoman who was violently thrown from her horse as his motorcade passed by after he attended a celebratory Mass, it has emerged.

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Tile lays off dozens after a disappointing holiday

 Tile, one of the best known item-tracking gadgets out there, has laid off some 30 people and reportedly froze the potential hires of another 10, TechCrunch has learned. This comes less than a year after the company raised a $25 million B round last May. The layoffs are reportedly due to disappointing sales over the […]

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