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Oil Prices Fall Back

October 3, 2007 · Leave a Comment 

The price of oil has finally slipped back on international markets below the $80 mark, with investors keenly anticipating figures from the US crude oil inventory due tomorrow. The price of crude oil has fallen back over the last few days with investors content to reap the rewards of their investment purchases through selling stock and holding off on any immediate purchases as the November 1st supply increase approaches. This... 
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Zimbabwe Currency Revised To Help Inflation

The central bank of Zimbabwe has today launched a variation on its existing currency, as part of its wider commitment to tackling the crippling rate of inflation that has left... 
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Mixed Trading On Global Stock Markets

Stock markets across the world have experienced a day of mixed market trading today, with hopes of a further Federal Reserve interest rate cut doing little to curb the anti-investment... 
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