David Reid writes for CNBC.com. He previously worked as a Television Producer on CNBC International's Squawk Box Europe, European Closing Bell and Worldwide Exchange. Prior to arriving in London, David was a business reporter for Radio New Zealand. He graduated from the University of Bath with a Masters in Business. A lifelong fan of Hibernian FC.
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Norway's oil cash no longer invest in firms involved in nuclear weaponry.
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Anthony Chan of Chase weighs in on this morning’s rally in futures.