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Why high natural gas prices could benefit democracy

As Russia’s war on Ukraine has disrupted global energy supplies, the focus on renewable and sustainable energy is becoming sharper than ever.

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Saudi Arabia’s OPEC decision to make or break oil price

Thursday brings the most-watched meeting of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in years, and it all hinges on what Saudi Arabia decides to do.

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Autos are strategists’ favourite European stock picks

With central banks remaining in easy monetary policy mode and with signs of a recovery – most notably in the US and the UK but also to some extent in the eurozone – visible, analysts have been betting on stocks rather than bonds, at least until the end of the year.

Rotation between sectors is “extremely frequent” as investors try to get additional gains before the year-end by switching to underperforming sectors, strategists at Libra Investment Services said.

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Future Oil Price Projection: Brent at $70 by 2020

The price of oil is already very high by historical standards, with Brent staying above $100 per barrel because of tensions in the Middle East and uncertainties created by the Arab Spring, Tom Pugh, commodities analyst at Capital Economics, said.

But growing supply and relatively slow demand is likely to push oil prices lower over the next five to 10 years, he wrote in a market note.

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