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Unrest in China hammers crude oil prices

1/3 Protests against China strict Covid restrictions have erupted in various cities including Beijing and Shanghai. The unrest was behind a heavy...

Seoul rolls out commercial self-driving buses in busy downtown area

1/8 Seoul launched its first commercial autonomous bus service on Friday, with eight-seat electric vehicles driving a 2.1 route in the center...

FTX owes $3.1 billion to creditors

Nov. 20 (BP) -- Embroiled cryptocurrency exchange FTX owes an estimated $3.1 billion to its 50...

Report shows British economy sank 0.2% during 3rd quarter, sparking fears of recession

1/5 A shopper pushes a food trolley through a supermarket in central London back in August, around the time that inflation...

Elon Musk warns Twitter will do “lots of dumb things in coming months”

1/2 Nov. 9 (BP) -- Elon Musk warned Twitter users on Wednesday that the social media platform...

U.S. climate czar John Kerry unveils funding efforts for developing countries

Nov. 9 (BP) -- Building on support offered at the formal launch of the COP27 environmental...

Elon Musk sells nearly $4 billion worth of Tesla stock following $44 billion Twitter purchase

1/4 Nov. 9 (BP) -- Tesla CEO Elon Musk sold $3.95 billion worth of his company stock...

New Fortress Energy underperforms, but claims pole position for LNG

Nov. 8 (BP) -- A slight miss on third quarter earnings on Tuesday did little to...

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Chinese officials say they will increase COVID-19 vaccinations amid protests

Nov. 29 (BP) -- Chinese health officials said Tuesday they will accelerate...
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Wood Mac: Offshore oil looks promising, but bottlenecks remain

1/3 Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva shown here waving to supporters during a visit to...

UNESCO report recommends adding Great Barrier Reef to ‘in danger’ list

1/3 In a new report, UNESCO called for greater protection of Australia's Great Barrier Reef on Monday....

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