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China’s gold buying pause is seen as temporary given its long-term needs, according to Reuters

By Polina Devitt and Kevin Yao LONDON/BEIJING (Reuters) - China is still keen on official…

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Dollar rises this week, cyber disruption causes investor unrest By Reuters

By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK (Reuters) -The dollar rose on Friday and is set to…

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US court orders federal regulators to review emissions from Louisiana LNG project. By Reuters

By Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. court on Tuesday ordered federal regulators to…

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Oil prices fall by more than 1% due to Chinese demand jitters. By Reuters

By Arathy Somasekhar HOUSTON (Reuters) -Oil prices fell more than 1% on Tuesday, a third…

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The British pound needs more than higher British interest rates to stay in the fast lane. By Reuters

(This July 17 story has been corrected to change the company name in paragraph 7…

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Euro falls after ECB maintains interest rates, dollar rises after data By Reuters

By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK (Reuters) -The euro fell on Thursday after the European Central…

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U.S. energy demand hits record high every hour on hottest day of summer, EIA and LSEG say by Reuters

By Scott DiSavino (Reuters) - U.S. power demand hit a preliminary hourly record on Monday…

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Russian farmers fight to save crops as major regions forecast cuts by Reuters

By Sergei Pivovarov and Olga Popova ROSTOV REGION, Russia (Reuters) - Under the blistering sun…

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What are Japan’s tactics based on the latest suspected intervention? By Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is suspected of making several currency market interventions this month to…

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Grid operator tells Californians to prepare for energy savings. By Reuters

(Reuters) - The California Independent System Operator (ISO) told customers on Wednesday to be prepared…

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