Oil settles higher; fears of Iran sanctions end early slide
NEW YORK (April 24): Oil prices rebounded from an early slide to finish higher and strengthen further in post-settlement trade, as investors feared U.S. sanctions could dampen Iran's output.
"It's tweet by tweet," said Phil Flynn, analyst at Price Futures Group, saying the market is swinging in response to posturing from the United States and OPEC members.
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump prodded China to offer more at the bargaining table as the two countries prepared for their first major negotiation in more than two months in an effort to head off an all-out trade war.
Not longer at just looking at the Singapore market, SingPost is seeing a big opportunity in the Southeast Asian e-commerce fulfilment landscape.
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