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  • CARACAS, July 21- China will provide Venezuela with a new $4 billion credit line under an agreement signed on Monday, with the money to be repaid by oil shipments from OPEC member Venezuela. The deal was inked during a 24- hour visit to Venezuela by Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is on a tour of Latin America.

  • China provides $4 billion credit line to Venezuela Monday, 21 Jul 2014 | 2:14 PM ET

    CARACAS, July 21- China will provide Venezuela with a $4 billion credit line under an agreement signed on Monday, with the money to be repaid by oil shipments from OPEC member Venezuela. The deal was inked during a 24- hour visit to Venezuela by Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is on a tour of Latin America.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Oil under $100     Tuesday, 15 Jul 2014 | 4:00 PM ET

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Yellen's testimony helped drive down gold on the day, as traders tried to interpret her remarks.

  • *Geopolitical risks in Libya, Iraq support prices. Several soldiers were killed and aircraft were damaged in Libya on Monday, as rival militias in the OPEC nation fought for control of Tripoli's airport in the worst violence for six months. "The market is still concerned about Iraq and Libya.

  • *Geopolitical risks in Libya, Iraq support prices. Several soldiers were killed and aircraft were damaged in Libya on Monday, as rival militias in the OPEC nation fought for control of Tripoli's airport in the worst violence for six months. "The market is still concerned about Iraq and Libya.

  • Brent hovers near $107 on Libya, Iraq concerns Tuesday, 15 Jul 2014 | 12:26 AM ET

    *Geopolitical risks in Libya, Iraq support prices. Several soldiers were killed and aircraft were damaged in Libya on Monday, as rival militias in the OPEC nation fought for control of Tripoli's airport in the worst violence for six months. "The market is still concerned about Iraq and Libya.

  • SEOUL, July 15- U.S. crude futures edged up to over $101 a barrel on Tuesday as intensifying conflicts in Libya and Iraq rekindled concerns of supply disruption from the two OPEC members and projections that last week's U.S. crude inventory fell.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Cool summer shaping up     Monday, 14 Jul 2014 | 4:00 PM ET

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.

  • CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks ahead at where oil and precious metals are likely headed next week. Oil was down on the day, as was gold, although it still closed over $1,335.

  • United States again set to lead non- OPEC output growth. *Sees 310,000 bpd decline in demand for OPEC crude. The report by the 12- member OPEC points to ample supplies next year, especially if there is further progress in resolving outages in OPEC countries Libya, Iraq and Iran.

  • TOKYO, July 10- U.S. crude oil fell below $102 on Thursday, to trade at its lowest level in more than a month, on wavering demand for gasoline and projections for rising supplies from OPEC member Libya. *U.S. crude futures for August delivery fell 32 cents to $101.97 a barrel by 0002 GMT, after earlier trading as low as $101.72- the lowest level since June 5.

  • CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Activity in Gaza drove up gold prices today, but didn't have an impact on oil prices, which fell, in spite of an inventory drawdown.

  • DUBAI, July 9- Saudi Arabia produced 9.780 million barrels per day of crude oil in June, up from 9.705 million bpd in May, an industry source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. The world's largest oil exporter and OPEC heavyweight supplied 9.745 million bpd to the market, the source said.

  • CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil was down following the July 4th holiday. Gas was down 1 percent on fears of sluggish demand.

  • *Libya lifts force majeure on oil exports from two ports. NEW YORK, July 7- Brent and U.S. crude oil futures fell on Monday to the lowest levels in a month as Libya prepared to resume oil exports from two ports closed nearly a year, and as supply from Iraq remained unaffected by violence sweeping the OPEC country.

  • TOKYO, July 7- U.S. crude oil futures were holding steady early on Monday as OPEC member Libya confirmed it will resume petroleum exports from two major ports that had been blocked for nearly a year. *Business activity in emerging markets expanded last month at its fastest rate since March 2013, boosted by strong growth in China and India, a survey showed on Monday.

  • *Libya reaches deal with rebels to reopen oil ports. NEW YORK, July 3- Crude oil on both sides of the Atlantic dropped on Thursday as supply fears began to ease after Libya declared an end to an oil crisis that has slashed exports from the OPEC member.

  • *Libya reaches deal with rebels to reopen oil ports. LONDON, July 3- Brent crude futures fell below $111 a barrel on Thursday as supply fears began to ease after Libya declared an end to an oil crisis that has slashed exports from the OPEC member. The question now is how long it will take for flows to come out, "said Ole Hansen, senior commodity strategist at Saxo Bank.

  • *Libya deal with rebels may make 500,000 bpd available for exports. SINGAPORE, July 3- Brent futures dipped below $111 a barrel on Thursday as supply fears eased after Libya declared an end to an oil crisis that has cut exports from the OPEC member to a trickle, although declines will be capped by concerns over Iraq.

  • *Libya deal with rebels may make 500,000 bpd available for exports. SINGAPORE, July 3- Brent futures dipped towards $111 a barrel on Thursday as supply fears eased after Libya declared an end to an oil crisis that has cut exports from the OPEC member to a trickle, although declines will be capped by concerns over Iraq.