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by April 18, 2016 General

Dazu berichtet reuters.com: TOKYO (Reuters) – Tumbling crude oil futures knocked Asian shares on Monday after producers’ weekend talks failed to agree a plan to curb the global supply glut, while Tokyo stocks slumped as investors assessed the impact of a devastating earthquake in southwestern Japan . Asian shares skid, crude tumbles after Doha deal fails. weiterlesen …

Mitteilung von reuters.com: SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil prices tumbled on Monday after a meeting by major exporters in Qatar collapsed without an agreement to freeze output, leaving the credibility of the OPEC producer cartel in tatters and the world awash with unwanted fuel . Oil prices tumble after Saudi-Iran tensions sink output deal. weiterlesen …

marketwatch.com meldet dazu: Stocks in Asia fell sharply early Monday after major oil producers failed to reach an agreement to curtail production in Doha over the weekend . Asia Markets: Asian stocks drop as oil prices fall sharply. weiterlesen …

online.wsj.com weiter: Oil prices opened sharply lower in early Asian trading hours on Monday after major oil producers ended their meeting in Doha, Qatar, over the weekend without reaching an agreement to cap production . Oil Tumbles After Failed Deal at Doha. weiterlesen …

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