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The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
3 Energy Stocks I Bought During the Coronavirus Market Meltdown
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Yahoo BusinessMar 28, 2020
Pipelines Ask U.S. Oil Drillers to Curb Output as Tanks Fill Up
(Bloomberg) -- American pipeline operators have begun asking oil producers to voluntarily ratchet back their output in the clearest sign yet that a growing glut of crude is overwhelming storage capacity.Plains All American Pipeline LP, one of the biggest shippers of crude in the U.S., sent a letter this week asking its suppliers to scale back production. The notice came from the company's marketing unit that buys and sells oil to customers. A Texas oil regulator said Saturday that drillers were getting similar notices from pipeline operators.The messages signal the oil market is fast approaching the moment traders have been warning about -- when crude supplies overflow storage tanks and pipelines as the coronavirus pandemic drags down oil demand by the most in history."We are sending this proactive request to our suppliers to ask that you take steps to reduce oil production in response to the pandemic," Houston-based Plains said in the letter obtained by Bloomberg.Plains didn't immediately have comment on its request. The company sent a separate letter requiring customers to prove they have a buyer or place to offload the crude they're shipping, according to people familiar with the matter. Enterprise Products Partners LP put out a similar call, one person said. The firm didn't immediately have comment. The idea is to prevent anyone from parking oil in pipelines.Physical Prices On Saturday, Ryan Sitton, a member of the Texas Railroad Commission that regulates the state's oil industry, said he'd heard th

Yahoo BusinessMar 28, 2020
China's $30 Trillion Market Promise Beckons Global Wealth Firms
(Bloomberg) -- China's trillion dollar asset-management market opens wider this week, forcing BlackRock Inc., Vanguard Group Inc. and other global firms to make a strategic decision: Go it alone or work with an entrenched local partner.While the further liberalization of the investment banking and money management industries in China has been overshadowed by the coronavirus crisis, wealth firms are nonetheless laying out plans to tap a market poised to reach $30 trillion in assets by 2023, according to consultant Oliver Wyman.Starting April 1, they can apply for licenses to set up wholly-owned mutual fund management firms for the first time. Vanguard and BlackRock are among firms going that route, people familiar have said. Other options include boosting ownership of existing joint venture partnerships to 100%, as JPMorgan Chase & Co. plans to do, people familiar have said."With so many license options and changing policies, one of the biggest questions all foreign players face is where to allocate their resources," said Jasper Yip, a principal in the financial services practice at Oliver Wyman in Hong Kong. "Asset management could be one of the most competitive sectors because of the opportunities."Here are the different paths asset managers can pursue in China and how some of them plan to proceed:Wealth Management SubsidiariesThe China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission has been encouraging foreign asset managers to work with the wealth management subsidiaries of Chinese banks or insu

CNBC FinanceMar 27, 2020
Stock market live Friday: Stocks snap 3-day win streak, Dow drops 915, stimulus bill passes
Stocks fell on Friday, snapping the best 3-day win streak since the 1930s.

Reuters Company NewsMar 27, 2020
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks down on virus' economic toll; dollar falls further
* Graphic: World FX rates in 2020 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh (Updates to market close, adds stimulus signed into law)
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