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Brent Prices Up On Libyan Kidnapping By Benzinga  - Oct 10, 2013

Geopolitical tension pushed Brent crude oil prices towards $110 after news that Libya's Prime Minister was kidnapped. The commodity traded at $109.86 as concern about new supply interruptions from...

Draghi Says Banking Union Expected In 2015 By Benzinga  - Oct 10, 2013

The euro eased slightly on Thursday morning as US President Barack Obama prepared to meet with Republican lawmakers at the White House in an attempt to end the deadlock that has kept the US Federal...

Thursday's Market Primer By Benzinga  - Oct 10, 2013

Libya’s Prime Minister Ali Zeidan was briefly kidnapped on Thursday morning when gunmen broke into his Tripoli hotel room. The incident came shortly after US forces conducted a raid in which they...

German Export Data Fuels EU Recovery By Benzinga  - Oct 09, 2013

Further evidence that the euro-zone recovery was on track kept the currency trading above $1.35 on Wednesday morning. German export data contributed to a growing sense of confidence in the 17 nation...

Brent Above $110 On Geopolitical Worries By Benzinga  - Oct 09, 2013

Brent crude oil pushed above $110 on Wednesday morning as geopolitical risk reentered the equation. The commodity traded at $110.15 at 6:40 GMT. The commodity's modest rally has been attributed to...

Nasdaq Dives As Default Likelihood Increases By Benzinga  - Oct 09, 2013

Tuesday kicked off earnings season as Alcoa (AA) reported earnings after the close. Markets are reacting stronger to the government shut down each day as the likelihood for the first US default...

Nasdaq Tumbles 1.7%; J.C. Penney Shares Gain By Benzinga  - Oct 09, 2013

Midway through trading Tuesday, the Dow traded down 0.60 percent to 14,846.49 while the NASDAQ declined 1.70 percent to 3,706.11. The S&P also fell, dropping 0.80 percent to 1,662.69. Top...

Euro Steady Even As Investor Sentiment Slips By Benzinga  - Oct 09, 2013

The euro remained steady above $1.35 on Tuesday as the US debt showdown dragged on. The US government remained shut down on Monday and looked to be in for yet another day of political stalemate in the...

Merkel Could Align With Green Party By Benzinga  - Oct 07, 2013

The euro traded steadily above $1.35 on Monday morning after pushing above $1.36 last week. The dollar was on shaky ground as investors began to worry that the US government shutdown was having...

Brent Under Pressure As Shutdown Continues By Benzinga  - Oct 07, 2013

Brent crude oil traded steadily on Monday morning as investors kept an eye on Tropical Storm Karen. The commodity traded at $109.14 at 4:30 GMT on Monday with the government shutdown keeping a lid on...

Markets Finish The Week Flat By Benzinga  - Oct 06, 2013

The satirical story of the day (and probably week) is that shares of TWTRQ (TWTRQ) shooting higher as investors confused them for Twitter, which is yet to IPO. Shares were last up 684.62 percent...

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