Saturday, November 17, 2018

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OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo at a press conference in Vienna

OPEC Secretary General expects to coordinate long-term cooperation of OPEC + by December

OPEC Secretary General expects to coordinate long-term cooperation of OPEC + by December
China shares higher at close of trade; Shanghai Composite up 1.82%

China shares higher at close of trade; Shanghai Composite up 1.82%

China shares higher at the close of trade; Shanghai Composite up 1.82%
Market: a turning point in the China / USA arm wrestling?

Market: a turning point in the China / USA arm wrestling?

Market: a turning point in the China / USA arm wrestling?
Jordan's tourism income rose by 15.4% at the end of Augus

Jordan’s tourism income rose by 15.4% at the end of August

Jordan's tourism income rose by 15.4% at the end of August

The 8 preferred shares in Brazil by Santander’s global team

The 8 preferred shares in Brazil by Santander's global team
The top 5 events to watch this week in the financial markets

Economic Calendar – 5 Main Events this Week

Economic Calendar - 5 Main Events this Week
Market sees higher inflation and dollar and returns to reduce estimate for GDP in 2018

Market sees higher inflation and dollar and returns to reduce estimate for GDP in...

The market sees higher inflation and dollar and returns to reduce estimate for GDP in 2018
PRECIOUS METALS-Gold rises as the dollar falls, but prospects continue to fall

Gold rises as the dollar falls, but prospects continue to fall

Gold rises as the dollar falls, but prospects continue to fall

European futures, with losses after Trump’s new decision

European futures, with losses after Trump's new decision
Wall Street is preparing for a horrible season of results and with little prospect of short-term improvement. In the image, several people pass by the New York Stock Exchange on September 21, 2015.

US futures fall waiting for Trump to announce the tariffs

US futures fall waiting for Trump to announce the tariffs