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Rising COVID-19 cases hurt global oil demand outlook | Money Talks

Rising COVID-19 cases in many countries and trade tensions between some of the world's largest economies are expected to continue bearing down on global oil demand this year, according to the International Energy Agency. That could push down fuel prices that have already dropped by more than 40-percent this year. It could also derail efforts to revive the economies of oil exporting countries. Mobin Nasir reports. Neil Atkinson is the Head of Oil Industry and Markets Division at the International Energy Agency. He spoke to us from Paris. #Covid19 #globaloildemand #InternationalEnergyAgency

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

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

Oil prices plunge to their lowest level in 18 years | Money Talks

Oil prices plunge to their lowest level in 18 years | Money Talks

Money Talks: Oil prices hit highest level since May 2015

Money Talks: Oil prices hit highest level since May 2015

BP, Total, and other oil majors see profits jump | Money Talks

BP, Total, and other oil majors see profits jump | Money Talks

Row over fishing rights could sink post-Brexit trade deal | Money Talks

Row over fishing rights could sink post-Brexit trade deal | Money Talks

Goldman Sachs admits to role in 1MDB financial scandal | Money Talks

Goldman Sachs admits to role in 1MDB financial scandal | Money Talks

Thai street vendors feed anti-government protesters | Money Talks

Thai street vendors feed anti-government protesters | Money Talks

Tesla reports record third-quarter revenue of $8.8B  | Money Talks

Tesla reports record third-quarter revenue of $8.8B | Money Talks

UK chancellor announces new coronavirus support package | Money Talks

UK chancellor announces new coronavirus support package | Money Talks

OxyContin maker pleads guilty for its role in opioid crisis | Money Talks

OxyContin maker pleads guilty for its role in opioid crisis | Money Talks

Syrian refugees revive bread-making tradition as prices soar | Money Talks

Syrian refugees revive bread-making tradition as prices soar | Money Talks

Refuse recyclers in Kenya lose livelihoods during lockdowns | Money Talks

Refuse recyclers in Kenya lose livelihoods during lockdowns | Money Talks

European economies reimpose restrictions as infections surge | Money Talks

European economies reimpose restrictions as infections surge | Money Talks

US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terror list | Money Talks

US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terror list | Money Talks

US sues Google over anti-competitive business practices | Money Talks

US sues Google over anti-competitive business practices | Money Talks

From humble beginnings, Czech guitar maker goes global | Money Talks

From humble beginnings, Czech guitar maker goes global | Money Talks

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