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  • *Canadian dollar at C $1.3111, or 76.27 U.S. cents. U.S. crude prices were down 1.15 percent at $53.16 a barrel, giving up gains from earlier in the day, as the market shifted its focus towards production increases in the United States from efforts by OPEC and other producers to support prices by cutting output. At 9:32 a.m. ET, the Canadian dollar was trading at C...

  • BRUSSELS, Jan 27- Germany called on the European Union on Friday to speed deals to open trade with a dozen or more countries, mainly in Asia, and to boost support for free trade around the world in response to scepticism about it from new U.S. Listing 12 countries, mainly in Asia, that are at varying stages of talks with Brussels, where the EU executive runs trade policy,...

  • *OPEC- led group aims for 1.8 million bpd cut in H1. LONDON, Jan 27- Oil prices slipped on Friday, giving up gains from earlier in the day, as the market shifted its focus towards production increases in the United States from efforts by OPEC and other producers to support prices by cutting supplies. "The market is really torn between a relatively healthy compliance...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • OPEC and non- OPEC countries are congratulating themselves about their production cut and higher prices. OPEC cannot hold back production without losing market share. Last weekend saw the oil ministers of OPEC member countries and their new non- OPEC allies congratulating themselves for the high rate of compliance to promised production cuts and the...

  • *OPEC- led group aims for 1.8 million bpd cut in H1. LONDON, Jan 27- Oil prices slipped on Friday, giving up gains from earlier in the day, as market shifted its focus towards production increases in the United States from efforts by OPEC and other producers to support prices by cutting supplies. "The market is really torn between a relatively healthy compliance from...

  • BRUSSELS, Jan 27- An agreement on new global banking rules should wait until the new U.S. administration has made its approach clearer, the chairman of European Union finance ministers said on Friday. "It is not that we want to delay, but things are changing rapidly," Maltese Finance Minister Edward Scicluna told reporters before a monthly meeting of EU finance...

  • BRUSSELS, Jan 27- Britain will respect its obligations under European Union treaties while it seeks to strengthen trade ties with world partners, the British finance minister said on Friday. He said that Britain "remains a fully engaged member of the European Union." "We will continue to abide by the rules, regulations and the laws of the European Union for so long as...

  • *OPEC- led group aims to cut output by 1.8 million bpd in H1. SINGAPORE, Jan 27- Oil prices firmed on Friday as rising crude output from the United States was offsetting efforts by OPEC and other producers to prop up the market by cutting supplies. "U.S. producer hedging via futures and increasing shale production offset the progress OPEC has made with its production...

  • BRUSSELS, Jan 27- Britain will respect its obligations under European Union treaties while it seeks to strengthen trade ties with world partners, the British finance minister said on Friday.

  • *OPEC- led group aims to cut output by 1.8 million bpd in H1. SINGAPORE, Jan 27- Oil prices dipped on Friday as rising crude output from the United States was offsetting efforts by OPEC and other producers to prop up the market by cutting supplies. "U.S. producer hedging via futures and increasing shale production offset the progress OPEC has made with its production...

  • *OPEC- led group aims to cut output by 1.8 million bpd in H1. SINGAPORE, Jan 27- Oil prices were stable on Friday, with rising crude output from the United States offsetting efforts by OPEC and other producers to prop up the market by cutting supplies. "U.S. producer hedging via futures and increasing shale production offset the progress OPEC has made with its...

  • SINGAPORE, Jan 27- Oil prices dipped on Friday, with rising crude output from the United States offsetting efforts by OPEC and other producers to cut supplies to prop up the market. "Market participants are hyper-focused on two issues: shale's response to higher prices and OPEC compliance," Barclays bank said. "Producers and OPEC countries are all talking their...