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Reuters Company NewsSep 15, 2019
REFILE-GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil surges, stock futures slip after attack on Saudi facility
* Japan markets closed for public holiday, liquidity seen thin

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Reuters BusinessSep 15, 2019
Oil surges, stock futures slip after attack on Saudi facility
Oil prices surged to six-month highs on Monday while Wall Street futures turned lower and safe haven bets returned after weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia's crude facilities knocked out more than 5% of global oil supply.

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil surges, stock futures slip after attack on Saudi facility (Reuters Company News)

Reuters Company NewsSep 15, 2019
UPDATE 3-Oil prices soar 10% after attack on Saudi facilities hits global supply
* Attack on Saudi oil facilities cuts Saudi output by 5.7 mln bpd

Reuters Company NewsSep 15, 2019
PRECIOUS-Gold gains as attacks on Saudi oil plants lift safe-haven bets
Gold prices jumped more than 1% on Monday as investors scurried for safe-haven assets after weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities risked disrupting global energy supplies and increasing tensions in the Middle East.

Google Business NewsSep 15, 2019
Saudi oil drone strike: how will the attacks affect the rest of the world? - The Independent
Saudi oil drone strike: how will the attacks affect the rest of the world?  The IndependentTrump: US 'locked and loaded depending on verification' of attack on Saudi oil field  CNNU.S. tapping into oil reserves after drone strikes on oil fields in Saudi Arabia  CBS Evening NewsOil surges, stock futures slip after attack on Saudi facility  ReutersYes, Iran Was Behind the Saudi Oil Attack. Now What?  BloombergView full coverage on Google News

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 15, 2019
'Very difficult' for China's economy to maintain 6% growth: report
China's Premier Li Keqiang said it will be "very difficult" for the country's economy to grow at an annual rate of 6% or more in the current global climate, Reuters reported Sunday. "For China to maintain growth of 6% or more is very difficult against the current backdrop of a complicated international situation and a relatively high base, and this rate is at the forefront of the world's leading economies," Li said in an interview with Russian media that was posted on China's official government website. China is aiming for GDP growth this year of 6% to 6.5%. In the second quarter, GDP rose 6.2%, its slowest rate in 27 years. Li said the global slowdown and trade protectionism contributed to "certain downward pressure" felt by China's economy.

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Reuters Company NewsSep 15, 2019
UPDATE 2-Oil prices surge 15% after attack on Saudi facilities hits global supply
Oil prices surged more than 15% to their highest level in nearly four months at the open on Sunday after an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities on Saturday that knocked out more than 5% of global oil supply.

Forbes HeadlinesSep 15, 2019
Iran-Backed Attack Strikes The Heart Of Global Oil Markets - U.S. Must Act
The U.S. response to the Abqaiq-Khurais attacks needs to be resolute and fast. Global security is at stake.

Google Business NewsSep 15, 2019
Oil prices spike after Saudi attack disrupts global supply - CNN
Oil prices spike after Saudi attack disrupts global supply  CNNDefiant Iran blasts Pompeo's Saudi-attack accusations as ‘blind and futile comments'  Fox NewsU.S. tapping into oil reserves after drone strikes on oil fields in Saudi Arabia  CBS Evening NewsYes, Iran Was Behind the Saudi Oil Attack. Now What?  BloombergThe Mideast is a tinderbox. Trump has aggravated the crisis.  The Washington PostView full coverage on Google News

CNBC FinanceSep 15, 2019
Dow set to lose more than 100 points on fears spiking oil will slow the global economy
Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were down 108 points, indicating a loss of 112 points at Monday's open.

FT.com - USSep 15, 2019
Chinese groups turn seller to shed $40bn in global assets
Formerly acquisitive companies unwind portfolios, with US divestments soaring

Reuters BusinessSep 15, 2019
WeWork IPO spells rough landing for CEO Neumann
Adam Neumann showed he can capitalize on troubled times a decade ago, tapping into demand for workspace by those forced out of jobs in the aftermath of the financial crisis to grow WeWork into a global brand commanding a $47 billion valuation.

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NEWSMAKER-WeWork IPO spells rough landing for CEO Neumann (Reuters Company News)
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