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IEA says global energy investment to plunge $400B in 2020 | Money Talks

The coronavirus pandemic is causing the largest drop in global energy investment in history, according to the International Energy Agency. Shutdowns have led to a slump in demand, which has impacted every major sector. For more, we were joined by Mehmet Ogutcu in London. He's CEO of Global Resources Partnership and chairman of the London Energy Club. #Engergy #Oil #Coronavirus

Money Talks: Crude future uncertain in face of renewables

Money Talks: Crude future uncertain in face of renewables

Money Talks: Oil prices hit highest level since May 2015

Money Talks: Oil prices hit highest level since May 2015

International Energy Agency wants nuclear back in global energy debate | Money Talks

International Energy Agency wants nuclear back in global energy debate | Money Talks

Money Talks: UAE makes big strides on diversifying economy

Money Talks: UAE makes big strides on diversifying economy

Oil prices hit six-month lows after drop in US stockpiles

Oil prices hit six-month lows after drop in US stockpiles

Oil prices slump on optimism of fresh supply from Iran

Oil prices slump on optimism of fresh supply from Iran

China's central bank cuts key lending rates to boost economy

China's central bank cuts key lending rates to boost economy

Drought worsens Europe's energy crisis

Drought worsens Europe's energy crisis

New tech makes realistic faces possible in Metaverse

New tech makes realistic faces possible in Metaverse

Kenya’s president candidates pledge income support for jobless youth

Kenya’s president candidates pledge income support for jobless youth

Market Movers: Semiconductor competition heats up

Market Movers: Semiconductor competition heats up

US consumers get relief as inflation moderates in July

US consumers get relief as inflation moderates in July

OPEC+ oil cartel missed daily production target in July

OPEC+ oil cartel missed daily production target in July

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

US consumer prices rose 8.5% in July, down from June's 9.1%

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

China inflation accelerated to two-year high of 2.7% in July

Meme-stock rally returns to Wall Street, lifting struggling firms

Meme-stock rally returns to Wall Street, lifting struggling firms

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