Most Asian markets fall after Greek results, but China rises Greece's debt problem has long overshadowed the market and with a European summit expected Tuesday, the implications of Sunday's "no" vote remain unclear. So the initial response to Sunday's Greek referendum ... and that could send stocks downward on ... 07/5/2015 - 5:37 pm | View Link
Asian stocks called lower amid Greek risks Asian stocks nursed losses early Monday after talks aimed at reaching a deal between Greek ministers and their bailout creditors collapsed over the weekend. "I think there are increasing signs that this may not work out and so the risks have increased that ... 06/13/2015 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Asian shares drop, dollar at highest since 2002 vs yen Although the Greek crisis is not on the official agenda ... Japan's Nikkei bucked the downtrend, as the weaker yen helped the index log its 10th consecutive rise, the longest winning streak since February 1988. It ended up 0.4 percent, refreshing a ... 05/27/2015 - 7:49 pm | View Link
Asian shares mostly higher following Greek bailout progress But the Greek government must present economic reform measures by Monday that are deemed acceptable by creditors and rooted in Greece's previously enacted bailout agreement, which is something the government had promised not to do. Greece's new government ... 02/22/2015 - 5:38 pm | View Link
Sensex, Asian stocks sink; euro near nine-year low However, investors were spooked and on Monday Greek stocks sank more than five per cent, while the Paris, Madrid and Milan exchanges fell more than three per cent. The Dow dived 1.86 per cent Monday, the S&P 500 fell 1.83 per cent and the Nasdaq lost 1.57 ... 01/5/2015 - 11:57 pm | View Link
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Days after local authorities were condemned for spraying people with water cannons in freezing temperatures, Amnesty International has called for an end to America's "over-militarized" response to the Standing Rock protest in North Dakota.
On Saturday, the organisation demanded President Obama halt the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
It also condemned the "excessive" force used on those seeking to end the nearly 1,200-mile oil pipeline's advance under the Missouri River — the chief water source for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
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Oklahoma's most important commodities — oil, natural gas and wheat — drive this edition of Futures File, our weekly commodities wrap-up.
Oil booms on OPEC cuts
After months of wrangling, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) announced that its members had agreed to collectively reduce oil output by 1.2 million barrels per day (-3.6 percent).
This announcement, made early Wednesday morning, started the biggest one-day rally in nearly a year and rocketed prices back over $51 per barrel.
Despite the market's initial reaction, some are skeptical that the individual countries will each follow through with their promise to cut; the incentive to “cheat” and produce at higher levels has frequently led to overproduction in the past.