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Strong flat prices for inland propane and butane this year due to a strengthening crude complex, paired with relatively thin supply and logistical issues transporting product along the Rhine, have discouraged stock building, according to sources. “People are always amazed … Continue reading

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RTS London Conference 2014: ‘Power, Politics and the Media’ 9 September 2014

RTS London Conference 2014 from Royal Television Society on Vimeo. With the eyes of the world on Scotland’s impending independence referendum, the BBC charter renewal drawing near and some of the most transforming deals in the media taking place, the … Continue reading

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Peace Prize is a slap on the back for a struggling European Union

“We want to remind all Europeans about what we have achieved on this continent and that we should not let it start disintegrating again and getting nationalism and extremism (to) grow on this continent, because we know what that leads … Continue reading

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Will ‘Super Mario’ make move to save euro?

Ten months into his eight-year term, the man hailed as ‘’Super Mario’’ is facing his biggest test yet. And though the outcome of the European Central Bank’s latest meeting is by no means a given, what’s sure is his words … Continue reading

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ECB-Politicians’ Anti-Crisis Bargain Starts to Emerge

After 2 1/2 years of incremental crisis management and false starts, a bargain is beginning to emerge between Europe’s politicians and central bankers over how to calm bond markets and end the debt tumult that threatens the euro’s survival. The … Continue reading

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Central banks take center stage

European Central Bank president Mario Draghi and Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke will be in the spotlight this week. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — As central bankers in Europe and the United States gather this week, investors around the world are … Continue reading

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Why Germany deserves to be knocked off its perch

After Moody’s put Germany on negative credit watch, it’s worth looking at just how much the country is on the hook for its troubled neighbors. Add it all up, and it’s an ugly picture. By Cyrus Sanati German Chancellor Angela … Continue reading

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Bosone di Higgs: ecco come cambierà le nostre vite

La scoperta del Bosone di Higgs potrebbe cambiare la nostra vita. La nuova particella individuata al Cern di Ginevra attraverso due esperimenti indipendenti, Atlas e Cms, oltre a rappresentare un passo avanti notevole per la conoscenza dell’universo ha numerosi altri … Continue reading

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14 reasons to worry about Italy

There are many glaring risks about Italy’s current debt situation and its dire growth outlook. But the biggest reason to worry about Italy is that it’s too big to fail. FORTUNE — With eyes focused on Spain’s recent €100 billion … Continue reading

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Obama Steps on Message, GOP Steps on Economy

President Obama’s message on the economy has been a delicate balance between noting that things have gotten better but acknowledging that they haven’t gotten better enough. The goal of his press conference was to shift the balance from the former … Continue reading

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