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2019-07-25 20:30:00

SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH

SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH

IMF- In our July update of the World Economic Outlook we are revising downward our projection for global growth to 3.2 percent in 2019 and 3.5 percent in 2020. While this is a modest revision of 0.1 percentage points for both years relative to our projections in April, it comes on top of previous significant downward revisions. The revision for 2019 reflects negative surprises for growth in emerging market and developing economies that offset positive surprises in some advanced…

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SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, July, 20, 13:15:00
OIL DEMAND IS SLOWING
The International Energy Agency (IEA) doesn’t expect oil prices to rise significantly because demand is slowing and there is a glut in global crude markets, its executive director said on Friday.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, July, 12, 08:10:00
GLOBAL OIL DEMAND GROWTH 2019-20: 1.14 MBD
In 2019, the global oil demand growth forecast remains at 1.14 mb/d, with expectations for global oil demand to reach 99.87 mb/d. In 2020, the initial forecast indicates growth of around 1.14 mb/d y-o-y, as global oil demand is anticipated to surpass the 100 mb/d threshold on an annual basis, to average 101.01 mb/d for the year.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, July, 4, 16:15:00
U.S. TRADE DEFICIT $55.5 BLN
The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis announced today that the goods and services deficit was $55.5 billion in May, up $4.3 billion from $51.2 billion in April, revised.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, July, 3, 11:25:00
FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN U.S. UP 8.7%
Expenditures by foreign direct investors to acquire, establish, or expand U.S. businesses totaled $296.4 billion (preliminary) in 2018. Expenditures were up 8.7 percent from $272.8 billion (revised) in 2017
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Tags: ECONOMY, GROWTH
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SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, December, 13, 10:42:00
SAIPEC EXIBITION, CONFERENCE 25-27 FEB 2020
WELCOME TO THE 4TH SUB SAHARAN AFRICA INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE - OIL AND GAS AS AN ENABLER FOR ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, December, 13, 10:40:00
U.S.,IRAN SANCTIONS ANEW
The Islamic Republic has rejected negotiating a new deal with the Trump administration, saying talks are only possible if Washington returns to the nuclear pact and lifts sanctions.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, December, 13, 10:35:00
SAUDI ARAMCO LISTED $25.6 BLN
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia sold 3 billion shares (excluding any exercise of the Purchase Option), equivalent to 1.5% of the Company’s share capital. Priced at the top of the indicated range, the Offering generated proceeds of SAR96.0 billion / USD25.6 billion (assuming no exercise of the Purchase Option), making it the world’s largest IPO.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, December, 13, 10:30:00
CHEVRON INVESTMENT $20 BLN FOR 2020
Chevron Corporation announced a 2020 organic capital and exploratory spending program of $20 billion.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, December, 13, 10:25:00
NORWAY'S OIL INVESTMENT $21 BLN
Oil and gas investments in Norway are expected to rise by 3.8% next year to 194.6 billion Norwegian crowns ($21.2 billion) before declining in subsequent years, an industry lobby group said on Thursday.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, December, 13, 10:20:00
NORWAY'S NOVEMBER PRODUCTION 2.016 MBD
Norway's preliminary production figures for November 2019 show an average daily production of 2 016 000 barrels of oil, NGL and condensate, which is an increase of 235 000 barrels per day compared to October.
SLUGGISH GLOBAL GROWTH
2019, December, 13, 10:15:00
NUCLEAR POWER IS A KEY
The use of nuclear power will need to increase to decarbonise electricity production, IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said today at a side event during the United Nations COP25 climate summit in Madrid. Meeting sustainability and climate goals requires a significant use of nuclear energy, he said.
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