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  • **BRUSSELS- Participation by ECB President Mario Draghi, ECB Chair of the Supervisory Board Daniele Nouy and Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank Benoit Coeure in Eurogroup meeting in Brussels. **LJUBLJANA- ECB executive board member Yves Mersch and ECB Governing Council member Bostjan Jazbec speak at Slovenian Banking Days "Banking in the...

  • HOUSTON, Nov 3- U.S. shale producers are telling investors impatient for better returns that they can keep boosting oil output aggressively and do so while still making money for shareholders. For the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, slower shale production gains would have been welcome. At least seven of the largest U.S. shale companies,...

  • WASHINGTON- Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari participates in a moderated question-and-answer session before an event hosted by Women in Housing and Finance- 1615 GMT. TRONDHEIM, Norway- Norges Bank Deputy Governors Jon Nicolaisen and Egil Matsen give speeches to Norges Bank's regional network- 0800 GMT. **NEW YORK- Federal Reserve...

  • *Russia- Saudi Arabia ties have flourished. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other leading oil producers including Russia agreed to cut their combined oil production by almost 1.8 million barrels per day and keep the lower level of output until the end of March 2018. OPEC, Russia and other oil producers are due to meet at the end of...

  • RIYADH, Nov 2- Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Thursday an extension beyond March 2018 for a global deal between OPEC and other producing countries was being discussed, but a decision would not necessarily to be taken later this month. "We're ready to discuss the topic and if need be we're ready to consider an extension," Novak said in Riyadh through...

  • Protesters and migrant workers call on the government to guarantee their right to remain in the U.K. after Brexit on Feb. 20, 2017 in London, England.

    Any hope that Britain and the EU can reach a deal addressing the nation's migrant population is in vain, a leading academic says.

  • BANGKOK, Nov 2- Saudi Arabia's energy minister Khalid al-Falih said on Thursday the focus of oil producers will be to continue to work on drawing down crude inventories. Al-Falih, speaking to reporters during the 7th Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable in Bangkok, said OPEC is not targeting oil prices but focusing on fundamentals. OPEC is scheduled to next meet...

  • NEW YORK- Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley gives closing remarks before the Alternative Reference Rates Committee Roundtable 1615 GMT. LONDON- Bank of England announces rate decision, releases its latest inflation report and publishes the minutes of the meeting- 1200 GMT. WASHINGTON- Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President...

  • *OPEC compliance to its pledged cuts at 92 pct in Oct. *Russia also seen keeping to the deal. *OPEC likely to keep supply curb through 2018- sources.

  • *OPEC compliance to its pledged cuts at 92 pct in Oct. *Russia also seen keeping to the deal. *OPEC likely to keep supply curb through 2018- sources.

  • *OPEC- led supply cuts expected to extend beyond March 2018. NEW YORK, Oct 31- Oil prices settled higher again on Tuesday, notching a monthly gain of more than 5 percent, but analysts said bullish sentiment that has driven Brent crude to its highest in more than two years could encourage U.S. producers to export more oil. Brent settled up 47 cents or 0.7 percent to $61.37,...

  • *Iraq raises southern exports to 3.45 mln bpd. *OPEC- led supply cuts expected to extend beyond March 2018. Brent settled up 47 cents or 0.7 percent to $61.37, close to its July 2015 highs reached earlier this week, and up around 37 percent from its 2017 lows hit in June.

  • *Iraq raises southern exports to 3.45 mln bpd. *OPEC- led supply cuts expected to extend beyond March 2018. Brent settled up 47 cents or 0.7 percent to $61.37, close to its July 2015 highs reached earlier this week, and up around 37 percent from its 2017 lows hit in June.

  • *OPEC- led supply cuts expected to extend beyond March 2018. NEW YORK, Oct 31- Oil prices were steady to slightly firmer on Tuesday after a week of gains as the prospect of increasing U.S. exports dampened bullish sentiment that has driven Brent crude to more than two-year highs above $60 per barrel. Brent was up 28 cents or 0.5 percent at $61.18 a barrel by 12:20 p.m....

  • *Production curbs by OPEC slowly draining inventories. Benchmark Brent was down 6 cents at $60.84 a barrel by 1330 GMT, not far off July 2015 highs reached earlier this week, and up around 37 percent from its 2017 lows hit in June. "The impressive run higher in the energy complex is pausing for breath," said Stephen Brennock, analyst at London brokerage PVM Oil...

  • *Production curbs by OPEC slowly draining inventories. LONDON, Oct 31- Oil prices steadied on Tuesday after a week of gains as the prospect of increasing U.S. exports dampened bullish sentiment that has driven Brent to more than two-year highs above $60 per barrel. Benchmark Brent was down 10 cents at $60.80 a barrel by 1050 GMT, not far off July 2015- highs reached...

  • *Production curbs by OPEC slowly draining inventories. LONDON, Oct 31- Oil prices eased on Tuesday after a week of gains as the prospect of increasing U.S. exports dampened bullish sentiment that has driven Brent to more than two-year highs above $60 per barrel. Benchmark Brent was down 30 cents at $60.60 a barrel by 0855 GMT, not far off July 2015- highs reached...

  • *Ongoing output curbs by OPEC whittling supply overhang. SINGAPORE, Oct 31- Oil prices eased on Tuesday as traders took profits following days of gains and as the prospect of increasing U.S. exports dampened overall bullish sentiment that has driven Brent above $60 per barrel. Traders said that Iraq's move to increase oil exports from its southern ports by...

  • *Ongoing output curbs by OPEC whittling supply overhang. SINGAPORE, Oct 31- Oil prices eased on Tuesday as traders took profits following days of gains and as the prospect of increasing U.S. exports dampened overall bullish sentiment that has driven Brent above $60 per barrel. Traders said that Iraq's move to increase oil exports from its southern ports by...

  • *Ongoing output curbs by OPEC whittling supply overhang. SINGAPORE, Oct 31- Oil prices eased on Tuesday as traders took profits following days of gains and as the prospect of increasing U.S. exports dampened overall bullish sentiment that has driven Brent above $60 per barrel. Traders said that Iraq's move to increase oil exports from its southern ports by...