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by April 18, 2016 General

reuters.com schreibt: 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 …

Dazu meldet newratings.com weiter: CANBERA – The New Zealand dollar recovered from early lows against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Monday after data showed that consumer prices in New Zealand advanced more than expected in the first quarter of 2016 . NZ Dollar Recovers As Domestic Inflation Rises Unexpectedly. Data from Statistics New Zealand showed that consumer prices in New Zealand climbed 0.2 percent on quarter in the first quarter of 2016. weiterlesen …

Artikel von sfgate.com: TOKYO (AP) — The twin earthquakes that have paralyzed parts of southern Japan are having ripple effects far beyond the disaster zone, with Toyota Motor Corp . Disruptions from twin quakes in southern Japan hit economy. suspending output in other areas due to disruptions in its parts supplies. Toyota says it has stopped production at a factory in Kyushu, where the quakes struck late Thursday and early Saturday, killing at least 42 people and leaving nearly 1,100 people injured. Apart from the potential impact of the quakes, an effort by major weiterlesen …

marketwatch.com weiter: 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 …

Dazu rss.dw.de weiter: Cases of death from overwork soar in Japan weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de meldet dazu: Zika virus discovered in Vietnam weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de: German FM lauds Kyrgyzstan as a stable democracy in a volatile region weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de schreibt dazu: Growth in Asia faces longer slowdown, ADB warns weiterlesen …

Dazu meldet rss.dw.de: Bangladeshi court keeps Islam as state religion weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de meldet: Border dispute riles Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan weiterlesen …

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