Oil steady as U.S. output ramps up after freeze, China eases COVID curbs
FILE PHOTO: Storage tanks are seen at Marathon Petroleum's Los Angeles Refinery, which processes domestic & imported crude oil into California Air Resources Board (CARB) gasoline, CARB diesel fuel, and other petroleum products, in Carson, California,...more
Dollar flat as investors digest China's loosening of COVID rules
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The dollar was flat on Tuesday after China said it would scrap its COVID-19 quarantine rule for inbound travelers - a major step in...
Spain announces $10.6 billion package to ease inflation pain
MADRID (Reuters) -Spain on Tuesday announced 10 billion euros ($10.65 billion) worth of measures to ease the pain of inflation in the third major package this...
Exclusive-Tesla to run reduced output in Shanghai in January, plan shows
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Tesla plans to run a reduced production schedule at its Shanghai plant in January, extending the reduced output it began this month...
Analysis-Wood’s ARK slammed by higher interest rates in 2022 along with other growth funds
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Cathie Wood’s ARK Innovation Fund, which more than doubled during the pandemic rally, is on pace to finish near the very bottom of all U.S....
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