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Dual listed independent oil and gas exploration group Tullow Oil has reported "continued strong production" from the Jubilee Field and production "in line with expectations" at its other assets across the West and North of Africa.13 days ago
Afren: Deutsche Bank lowers target price from 165p to 150p, while leaving its buy recommendation unchanged.2 weeks ago
Strong gains for BP, Whitbread and financials stocks ensured that the FTSE 100 was firmly in positive territory on Tuesday morning as traders showed optimism ahead of central-bank meetings later this week.3 weeks ago
The production of oil at FTSE 100-listed Tullow Oil's Ngamia-1 well in Kenya has been described as 'very encouraging' with the first of six well tests flowing at 281 barrels of oil per day (bopd).3 weeks ago
Markets on the whole shrugged off disappointing data from the Chinese manufacturing sector on Tuesday, as decent corporate earnings and stimulus hopes in Europe pushed the FTSE 100 two per cent higher.4 weeks ago
This morning silver fell to levels not seen since September 2010 as commodity prices slumped overnight in Asia and this extended in early London trading. Although here is plenty of physical buying from China, India and the Middle East – there is heavy computer ETF selling.
A strong dollar and outperforming equity markets have shifted investor’s attention to more risky assets with silver suffering.
Despite general US data thus far this week coming in a little softer, the dollar retains a bid tone, as US risk markets keep on posting new highs despite much speculation on whether USD may have rallied a little too far, too quickly.
Today we await CPI numbers and US data including housing, jobless claims and the Philly Fed.)
The depreciation of the Japanese yen has been an ongoing process for many months now, and recent developments have contributed to its continued decline. However, upcoming data might change the direction upwards.
Japan’s currency is once more weakening compared to the US dollar.
Despite the fact that it’s only mid- May, the FTSE100 looks set to record a new high for the 12th consecutive month.
Compared to the likes of the Dow, the Dax and the S&P500, the FTSE being quite heavily weighted with the financial and mining sector has dragged itsheels in re-acquiring a record high level. Perhaps it’s the mining sector that is serving as a drag which since February has seen a total decline of almost 25%.
The fine wine market is expected to continue its recent resurgence in 2013 and, if you haven’t thought about investing in this asset class before there are increasingly strong reasons for certain types of investor.
Traders and other high-frequency type traders need read no further, this is for long-term investors. It can be traded with spread betting.
Because there is a limited supply of top wine and high demand from around the globe that usually exceeds supply this generally keeps prices up over the long term - but like some illiquid shares, in the short term prices can remain unmoved for a while. But unlike shares, many buyers don't just buy for investment; they happily and rapidly drink up their bottles which reduces the world stocks.
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