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  • TOTAL OIL PRODUCTION IN 2015 DOWN SLIGHTLY TO 9.3 MILLION BPD FROM 9.31 MILLION BPD PREVIOUSLY.

  • EIA SAYS TOTAL OIL PRODUCTION IN 2016 DOWN SLIGHTLY TO 9.52 MILLION BPD FROM 9.53 MILLION BPD.

  • EIA SAYS PROJECTED CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION IN 2016 TO AVERAGE 9.5 MILLION BPD, CLOSE TO RECORD.

  • EIA SAYS TOTAL OIL PRODUCTION IN JANUARY AVERAGED 9.2 MILLION BPD.

  • *Wheat supplies rise as overseas demand wilts. USDA cut its 2014/ 15 U.S. corn ending stocks view by 50 million bushels to 1.827 billion bushels, the fourth straight month it has lowered the projected carryover. For soybeans, USDA pegged 2014/ 15 U.S. end stocks at 385 million bushels, down from 410 million bushels a month ago.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 10- Popular online storage service Box Inc will let businesses control their encryption keys, the encoding tools used to keep data safe, aiding some heavily regulated industries and others who fear hacking attacks or government snooping. Such objections intensified after former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden...

  • DETROIT, Feb 10- Chief Executive Mary Barra's plan to keep a big cash cushion for General Motors Co is under attack from a group of shareholders led by a member of the auto task force that helped restructure the company during its 2009 bankruptcy. Harry Wilson, who was a member of the task force, notified the Detroit automaker on Monday that he wanted it to spend $8...

  • WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Feb 10- The Canadian government will require pharmaceutical companies to post public notices when drugs are not available, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp reported on Tuesday. Currently, posting notices to a website about shortages is voluntary, the CBC reported. Health Minister Rona Ambrose is scheduled to make an announcement in...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 10- U.S. and European shares rose on Tuesday after press reports on the possibility of a debt agreement between Greece and its major creditors, while U.S. Reports of a possible agreement between Greece and its international creditors, including an MNSI report that the EU Commission will propose a six-month debt extension, helped shares rebound...

  • ISTANBUL, Feb 10- Following are the key points of a communique released by G20 finance officials at the end of a two-day meeting in Istanbul. -Growth in the global economy remains uneven and although the recovery is in progress, it is slow, especially in some advanced economies, notably the euro area and Japan. We continue to urge the United States to ratify the 2010...

  • ISTANBUL, Feb 10- The chief of Germany's Bundesbank pressed Greece on Tuesday to make a credible effort to get back on its feet with tighter public finances and economic reforms, showing no willingness to bend in a standoff with Athens. In an interview with Reuters, Jens Weidmann gave no quarter in the confrontation between Greece and its euro zone partners, in...

  • Venezuela says ready to pay March bond payments Tuesday, 10 Feb 2015 | 11:36 AM ET

    CARACAS, Feb 10- Venezuela has the cash ready to make debt payments due in March, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said on Tuesday. "I want to inform the country and the world, we already have the resources to pay the maturities of the bonds in March 2015," he said at a news conference. The 1 billion euro Global 2015 issue comes due on March 16.

  • LONDON, Feb 10- Banks are wrongly shunning some customers and need to take a more targeted approach to applying rules aimed at tackling money laundering and channeling cash to terrorists, Britain's markets watchdog said on Tuesday. Martin Wheatley, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority, told lawmakers that banks were "de-risking" by giving a "wide...

  • ISTANBUL, Feb 10- G20 finance officials painted a downbeat picture of the world economy on Tuesday and vowed to use monetary and fiscal policy to boost activity if needed. A communique released at the end of a two-day meeting of finance ministers and central bankers in Istanbul, said: "We will continuously review our monetary and fiscal policy settings and act...

  • *Cairo fears spillover from Libya conflict. PARIS, Feb 10- France is close to selling Dassault Aviation- built Rafale fighter jets to Egypt, sources close to the matter said on Tuesday, as Cairo looks to upgrade its military hardware over fears the crisis in neighbouring Libya could spill over. France and Egypt have been negotiating since a November state visit by...

  • CARACAS, Feb 10- Venezuela said on Wednesday a new foreign exchange platform being created as part of the OPEC nation's three-tier currency controls would trade "totally freely". Foreign Minister Rodolfo Marco added that 70 percent of the Venezuela economy's needs would, however, be covered by the strongest fixed rate of 6.3 bolivars to the U.S. dollar which is...

  • TRIPOLI, Feb 10- Libya reopened its oil port of Hariga on Tuesday, ending a strike by guards that threatened to further cut the OPEC country's petroleum production that is already battered by factional fighting over two export terminals. The threat to shut down Hariga port illustrated the fragility of oil shipments from Libya, where two rival governments and...

  • Ten-year Treasury notes on Tuesday yielded as much as 2.016 percent, a high last seen on January 9, and were last trading at 1.9897 percent, falling 12/ 32 in price, according to Thomson Reuters data. "That's four consecutive down days, and we are still showing some of the hangover from the good nonfarm payrolls report on Friday," said Guy LeBas, chief fixed income...

  • TRIPOLI, Feb 10- Libya will exhaust its wheat reserves in two or three months unless a state fund tasked with ensuring supplies receives money held up as a result of the political turmoil gripping the country and a slump in oil revenues, a top official said. Air strikes on the western port of Misrata have made shippers reluctant to deal with Libya, while local banks...

  • LIBYA HAS HALVED FLOUR SUPPLIES TO BAKERIES DUE TO SHORTAGES- OFFICIAL SAYS.