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The collapse in crude oil prices has been accompanied by a parallel plunge in byproducts of the US shale drilling boom,Gregory Meyer in New York
The rouble strengthened further on Thursday ahead of President Vladimir Putin’s annual press conference in which he isJack Farchy and Kathrin Hille in Moscow and John Aglionby in London
From the SNB, click through for the full thing: Timing is a bit odd no? Worried about all them roubles perhaps?ADavid Keohane
The Australian state of New South Wales has outlined plans to raise A$13bn (US$10.6bn) from the partial sale of itsPeter Wells
The US Congress is putting new pressure on the World Bank to preserve its social and environmental rules for projects inShawn Donnan, World Trade Editor
Elsewhere on Thursday, - When the gold standard was really a dollar standard. - “As much as you think of the possibilityDavid Keohane
By Saurabh Mukherjea of Ambit Capital As I finish my two-week year-end trip to meet our western clients (around 40 of them),Guest writer
The US Constitution gives considerable latitude to the president to make foreign policy and on Wednesday Barack ObamaRichard Haass
When the Republicans took control of both houses of Congress last month, the conventional wisdom was that the final twoGideon Rachman
Reports of Apple’s decision to suspend its sales in Russia pending a review of pricing occasioned by “extreme fluctuationsMohamed El-Erian
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