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UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – Oil prices fell on Friday, but Brent crude posted a sixth consecutive week of gains, buoyed by a sharp drop in Venezuela’s output, strong global demand and… Oil Quote, Drama, Nuclear Deal, Crude Oil, House Of Representatives, New World Order, Oil And Gas, Rebounding, Utility Pole

Oil futures hammered following Brexit vote

Brent and WTI contracts shed over 4% but traders put slide down to short-term volatility.

The Brexit vote has demonstrated how out-of-touch the media and cosmopolitan class has become with the rest of Britain. Donald Trump News, Credit Rating, Out Of Touch, New Politics, Cheap Travel, Revenge, Just Go, Britain, Reading

Brexit: Credit ratings agencies to place UK on 'negative watch'

Standard & Poor's, Moody's and Fitch Ratings may downgrade the UK following a vote in favour of Brexit

Wall Street rocked by Brexit vote as leading indices plunge True Faith, Wall Street, Ny Times, Obama, Illusions, Britain, Investing, Challenges, Finance

Wall Street rocked by Brexit vote as leading indices plunge

Banking shares knocked hard as Wall Street digested news of a Brexit

Guy Hands: Private equity captains are the miserable rich who reek with envy and make me feel like an agony aunt Feel Like, Aunt, Envy, Feelings, Business, Mental Health, How To Make, Hands, Top

BoE ready to take all necessary steps after Brexit

Brexit: Bank of England won't hesitate to take additional measures after Brexit.

Sir Philip Green pledges to solve BHS pension crisis Philip Green, 800m, Thought Process, Business, Store, Business Illustration

Sir Philip Green pledges to solve BHS pension crisis

Green says he invested £800m in the businesses and resolves to solve pension crisis.

The Shard, London - Renzo Piano ; Inauguration July (Photos from The Guardian) Uk Capital, The Shard, Renzo Piano, The Guardian, Cn Tower, Empire State Building, Research, London, Architecture

One in 29 Londoners is a millionaire, new research finds

New research shows that 3.4% of London population are now millionaires compared with 31.1% in Monaco.

Fear of a potential breakup of the European Union appear to be taking a firm root in the minds of EU leaders Vote Leave, Eu Referendum, Flags Of The World, Global News, Breakup, Britain, Spain, Photographs, Politics

CBI warns against pro-Brexit vote next week

Leave campaign dismisses CBI warning, claiming body does not represent British businesses.

Could Euro 2016 boost the UK economy? England V Wales, Thessaloniki, Euro, Productivity, Business, Store, Business Illustration

Could Euro 2016 boost the UK economy?

Pubs and bars could see sales soar during the tournament – but can productivity suffer if fans take time off?

UK industrial production grows at fastest pace in almost four years but sector yet to fully recover. Industrial, Bike, Business, Bicycle, Industrial Music, Bicycles, Store, Business Illustration

UK industrial production jumps in April

UK industrial production grows at fastest pace in almost four years but sector yet to fully recover.

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell branded a 'Premier League liar' Premier League, Suit Jacket, Business, Store, Jacket, Business Illustration, Suit Jackets

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell branded a 'Premier League liar'

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell accused of being a liar by former managers in front of MP hearing.

A Goldman Sachs sign is seen above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in the Manhattan borough of New York January REUTERS/Lucas Jackson Interest Rate Swap, Anthony Scaramucci, Goldman Sachs, Stock Broker, Thing 1, Financial News, General Motors, Wall Street, Street Work

A lot of millennials want to work for Goldman Sachs

US bank says it has received 250,000 applications despite banking sector's poor reputation.

The Suzuki Mighty Deck concept car is seen at the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan. Kei Car, Tokyo Motor Show, Economic Times, Concept Cars, Investigations, Cool Cars, Transportation, Honda, Deck

Suzuki is the latest carmaker to be investigated over fuel tests

Authorities raid Suzuki's HQ after carmaker admits it did not use testing method compliant with Japanese laws.

Blockchain platform goes live for North Sea crude oil trading - News Needed Work Camp, Job Employment, Company Job, Big Oil, Companies In Dubai, Oil Companies, Dubai City, Crude Oil, North Sea

BP set to pay $175m in compensation to shareholders for 2010 spill

Oil giant will pay $175m to its shareholders for misleading them over the severity of the disaster.

Markit PMI shows UK services sector growth remains subdued amid Brexit fears. Uk Referendum, Sigmar Gabriel, Jeremy Corbyn, Documentaries, Britain, The Voice, Investing, Campaign

UK economic growth to fall to 0.2% amid Brexit uncertainty

Markit PMI shows UK services sector growth remains subdued amid Brexit fears.

Former Deutsche Bank traders charged in Libor probe Credit Suisse, Department Of Justice, Financial News, Volkswagen Logo, Buick Logo, Sports And Politics, Investing, Tuesday, Environment

Former Deutsche Bank traders charged in Libor probe

Matthew Connolly and Gavin Campbell Black have been charged with conspiracy to manipulate Libor rates.