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  • SINGAPORE, April 8- Brent crude rose above $106 a barrel on Tuesday supported by the threat of civil war breaking out in Ukraine, as NATO urged Russia to pull back "tens of thousands of troops" from the border with its neighbour. Brent crude for May delivery was up 48 cents to $106.30 a barrel at 0818 GMT after settling down 90 cents.

  • SINGAPORE, April 8- Brent crude climbed above $106 a barrel on Tuesday supported by increased tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine, while gains were capped by news that Libya was preparing to load crude onto tankers from newly reopened ports.

  • *Oil supported by increased tension in Ukraine. SINGAPORE, April 8- Brent crude climbed above $106 a barrel on Tuesday supported by increased tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine, while gains were capped by news that Libya prepared to load crude onto tankers from newly reopened ports.

  • SEOUL, April 8- U.S. oil futures hovered around $100.80 a barrel on Tuesday in early Asian trade in the wake of renewed tensions over Ukraine, a major supply route for Russian gas to Europe, although the rise was capped by expectations of a U.S. crude oil stock build.

  • DIARY - Top Economic Events to April 22 Monday, 7 Apr 2014 | 8:01 PM ET

    PHILADELPHIA, United States- Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Charles Plosser speaks before the "Enhancing Prudential Standards in Financial Regulations" conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia- 1845 GMT.

  • WASHINGTON, April 7- Two U.S. senators who led a push for more sanctions on Iran during negotiations over its nuclear program called on President Barack Obama on Monday to impose more restrictions if Tehran pursues an energy barter agreement with Russia.

  • *U.S. crude dips below $100 after stocks extend falls. NEW YORK, April 7- U.S. oil futures dipped below $100 on Monday, falling more than a dollar a barrel after stock markets tumbled, with Brent crude prices losing even more on the prospect of additional supplies from Libya. Brent settled at $105.82, down 90 cents, and WTI at $100.44, down 70 cents.

  • *U.S. crude dips below $100 after stocks extend falls. NEW YORK, April 7- U.S. oil futures dipped below $100 on Monday, falling more than a dollar a barrel after stock markets tumbled, with Brent crude oil prices losing even more on the prospect of additional supplies from Libya.

  • *Mersch says QE theoretical, long way to practical steps. *Constancio- must assess inflation outlook before acting. BRUSSELS/ LONDON, April 7- The European Central Bank will get ready to make large-scale asset purchases but is still a long way off embarking on such a plan and will first assess whether the inflation outlook has changed, ECB policymakers said.

  • Oil prices slip below $101 after Libyan deal Monday, 7 Apr 2014 | 5:38 AM ET

    By early afternoon in Europe, benchmark U.S. crude for May delivery was down 50 cents to $100.64 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The Nymex contract gained 85 cents to close at $101.14 on Friday.

  • *Iran hopes draft accord will follow nuclear talks. *Tension rises in eastern Ukraine. Brent crude fell $1.32 to a low of $105.40 per barrel before recovering to around $105.55 by 0810 GMT, after ending the previous week 1.2 percent lower.

  • SINGAPORE, April 7- Brent crude prices fell below $106 a barrel on Monday, snapping a two-day winning streak, as worries about supply disruption eased after Libyan rebels occupying four eastern oil ports agreed to gradually end their eight-month old blockade. Brent crude dropped 85 cents to $105.87 a barrel by 0532 GMT, after ending the week 1.3 percent lower.

  • SINGAPORE, April 7- Brent crude prices fell below $106 a barrel on Monday, snapping a two-day winning streak, as worries about supply disruption eased after Libyan rebels occupying four eastern oil ports agreed to gradually end their eight-month old blockade. Brent crude dropped 77 cents to $105.95 a barrel by 0425 GMT, after ending the week 1.3 percent lower.

  • Raiffeisen Bank subsidiary to close Crimea branches Saturday, 5 Apr 2014 | 10:08 AM ET

    SIMFEROPOL, Crimea/ MOSCOW, April 5- A subsidiary of Raiffeisen Bank International will close all its branches in Crimea by mid-month, the bank said on Saturday, following Russia's annexation of the Black Sea peninsula.

  • UNITED NATIONS, April 4- The United States on Friday dismissed suggestions that Iran was exporting much more oil than it is allowed to sell under a preliminary nuclear deal with world powers and predicted that aggregate Iranian oil sales would meet targets set for Tehran.

  • UNITED NATIONS, April 4- The United States on Friday dismissed suggestions that Iran was exporting much more oil than it is allowed to sell under a preliminary nuclear deal with world powers and predicted that aggregate Iranian oil sales would meet targets set for Tehran.

  • UPDATE 2-Europe strikes deal to complete banking union Thursday, 20 Mar 2014 | 8:44 AM ET

    BRUSSELS, March 20- European policymakers agreed on Thursday to complete a banking union with an agency to shut failing euro zone banks, but there will be no joint backstop for a fund to pay the costs of closures. It completes the second pillar of banking union, starting at the end of the year when the European Central Bank takes over as watchdog.

  • *83 senators say Iran has no right to enrich uranium. WASHINGTON, March 18- As talks on a nuclear deal for Iran resumed in Vienna Tuesday, a wide majority of U.S. senators urged President Barack Obama to insist that any final agreement state that Iran "has no inherent right to enrichment under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty."

  • WASHINGTON, March 18- A majority of U.S. senators on Tuesday urged President Barack Obama to insist a final agreement on Iran's nuclear program contains a measure to prevent Tehran from ever having a path to nuclear weapons, as talks on the deal resumed in Vienna.

  • *EU under pressure to widen sanctions against Russia. *Russia threatens to retaliate against EU and U.S. BRUSSELS, March 18- Mocked by Moscow, the European Union needs to impose far tougher sanctions over Crimea to make President Vladimir Putin sit up and pay attention, but its ability to agree them is limited- and may not be achievable at all.

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