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Thursday outlook: Oil prices drop on higher U.S. production

Thursday outlook: Oil prices drop on higher U.S. production

Oil prices fell on Thursday after the EIA said that U.S. crude production reached a record high. Asian shares edge lower on worries China's economic outlook and uncertainties in the U.K. More commentary on Middle East markets, currencies and precious metals

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QIB reports higher Q4 earnings but balance sheet growth was "disappointing", analyst says

QIB reports higher Q4 earnings but balance sheet growth was "disappointing", analyst says

Although earnings growth was strong, analyst sees QIB's results as modest, as balance sheet growth was "disappointing"

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Carsten Menke

Palladium & China's car market stimulus: Short-term gain, long-term pain

The strong growth of electric vehicles in China is another factor at play

Lukman Otunuga

Will gold shine brightly in 2019?

If U.S.-China talks prove constructive, market sentiment could turn positive, which is bad news for safe-haven assets

Isaac Kwaku Fokuo

Weekly Q&A: "Six of the top ten fastest-growing economies globally are currently in Africa"

Healthcare, education, infrastructure and the creative industries all provide opportunities for Gulf investors in sub-Saharan Africa - so long as they find the right partner, says Botho Energing Markets' Isaac Kwaku Fokuo

Edward Bell

Metals tentatively look forward to 2019

The dominant factor on the trajectory for metals will be the outcome of trade talks between the US and China

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