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Oil prices headed for weekly decline over dim demand outlook

Oil prices extended gains on Friday but they are headed for their first weekly loss in three weeks. Investors are concerned that rising inflation and China's COVID lockdowns are slowing global growth. Supply concerns have eased for now, as the prospects of the EU quickly ending purchases of Russian fuel, are dimming. Equiti Capital market analyst, David Madden joined us from London. #OilPrices #Russia #OilEmbargo

Has coronavirus started a war over oil prices?

Has coronavirus started a war over oil prices?

Money Talks: Crude future uncertain in face of renewables

Money Talks: Crude future uncertain in face of renewables

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

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

Money Talks: UAE makes big strides on diversifying economy

Money Talks: UAE makes big strides on diversifying economy

Eco-conscious tourists drawn to glamorous camping

Eco-conscious tourists drawn to glamorous camping

Türkiye and Saudi Arabia look to boost bilateral trade, investment

Türkiye and Saudi Arabia look to boost bilateral trade, investment

Sri Lanka struggling with shortages of food, fuel and medicine

Sri Lanka struggling with shortages of food, fuel and medicine

EU steps up efforts to cut dependence on Russian energy

EU steps up efforts to cut dependence on Russian energy

Layoffs and hiring freezes prevail among big tech giants

Layoffs and hiring freezes prevail among big tech giants

Worst drought in 70 years threatens Northern Italy's food, power

Worst drought in 70 years threatens Northern Italy's food, power

Chinese president promises more stimulus as GDP growth slows

Chinese president promises more stimulus as GDP growth slows

Sri Lanka introduces lockdown to save fuels

Sri Lanka introduces lockdown to save fuels

White House calling on oil firms to raise output to boost supply

White House calling on oil firms to raise output to boost supply

Saudi Arabia, Egypt sign 14 economic deals worth $7.7B

Saudi Arabia, Egypt sign 14 economic deals worth $7.7B

Goldman Sachs warns US economic recession now more likely

Goldman Sachs warns US economic recession now more likely

Oil prices stabilise over global recession fears

Oil prices stabilise over global recession fears

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