World oil prices declined on November 22 due to the uncertainty of investors regarding the possible outcome of a meeting of OPEC in Vienna.
23 november, 17:45Oil prices fall due to investors uncertainty
23 november, 11:22Lufthansa cancels 876 flights over pilot strike
22 november, 12:00World oil prices continue to rise
20 november, 13:22Expert: why oil prices rise to 100 USD per barrel
19 november, 15:44US, EU stocks fall as markets focus on dollar
18 november, 17:40EU warns eight nations on budget deficit
27 october, 11:18Hong Kong, Shanghai stocks tumble in morning trade
29 september, 13:35OPEC agrees shock oil output cut
13 september, 18:01Oil prices gain despite rising OPEC supply forecast
01 september, 13:35Crowdfunding site launches in Singapore and Hong Kong
01 september, 13:27EU Chamber urges China to lift foreign investment curbs
18 august, 15:27French joblessness below 10 percent for first time in four years
01 august, 17:54London issues first offshore rupee bond
14 june, 14:59'Enormous' inventories to keep lid on oil price: IEA
03 june, 15:22What is a Kazakh investor like: profile
03 june, 14:44Income for all? Pro and con arguments in Swiss vote
02 june, 15:51OPEC happy with oil market, kingpin Saudi says
16 may, 15:46Total launches gas project in Britain's Shetlands
04 may, 16:36Days are numbered for 500-euro banknote
04 may, 15:07Glencore cuts copper, zinc production to counter glut
27 april, 16:19Comcast in talks to acquire Dreamworks for $3 bn
27 april, 15:56First shipment of US natural gas to EU arrives
27 april, 15:38Britain would be less well off after Brexit: OECD
20 april, 16:19Saudi to take $10 billion foreign loan
20 april, 16:11American tech giants under EU cosh
19 april, 14:23Argentina returns to credit markets after 15 years
18 april, 17:54Oil plummets on Doha failure
13 april, 23:10Kazakhstan’s National Bank invests heavily into gold
13 april, 19:08Rich nations probe Panama Papers tax revelations
13 april, 18:01OPEC warns on oil 'oversupply' ahead of crunch Doha meeting
11 april, 16:24Europe 'negligent' over Chinese steel dumping: US boss
05 april, 16:09Saxo Bank makes Kazakh tenge and oil forecasts
28 march, 14:45Al-Jazeera says to cut around 500 jobs
28 march, 13:27Brazil debates economic cost of corruption investigation
11 march, 15:30In US gun control, not all laws are equal
09 march, 20:17Weakest return for Norway sovereign wealth fund since 2011
03 march, 17:37Emirates postpones launch of world's longest flight
03 march, 17:31North Korea sanction loopholes give China room for manoeuvre
03 march, 00:11Italy global wine market king, US top tippler: study
29 february, 16:00India pledges billions for farmers in 'populist' budget
23 february, 14:47'Brexit' would 'threaten jobs', warn UK business leaders
17 february, 17:26'Bad bank' deal could be option for several countries: EU banking resolution chief
27 january, 16:01EU seals bad loans accord with Italy
22 january, 16:54Tenge slides 100% in 5 months; what next for Kazakhstan?
21 january, 18:19Interest rates on deposits in tenge raised in Kazakhstan
19 january, 14:13Iran boosts oil production by 500K, condemns new sanctions
05 january, 19:08Chinese conglomerate to buy stake in Hollywood studio
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