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Yahoo BusinessOct 14, 2019
Oil Drops After Biggest Gain in a Month as Trade Optimism Ebbs
(Bloomberg) -- Oil slid after surging the most in almost a month on Friday amid doubts that recent progress in the U.S.-China trade talks will compensate for a worsening global demand outlook.Futures in New York fell as much as 1.4% after gaining 2.2% in the previous session. Washington and Beijing made several concessions to reach a partial trade deal last week, and are aiming for a more comprehensive agreement before the end of the year. Prices gained on Friday as an attack on an Iranian crude tanker in the Red Sea stoked tension in the Middle East.Despite positive momentum in the trade negotiations, and an array of threats to oil supply in recent months including an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, unrest in Iraq and Ecuador and the economic unraveling of Venezuela, traders continue to fret that faltering consumption and robust U.S. crude production will lead to a global surplus next year. Hedge fund bets that West Texas Intermediate futures will decline have more than doubled in the last three weeks."The oil market verdict continues to be bearish, both for the nearest months and for next year," said Bjarne Schieldrop, Oslo-based chief commodities analyst at SEB AB. "The concerns over the attacks on the Iranian oil tanker last week are evaporating and the optimism over the U.S.-China trade deal is fading."WTI for November delivery dropped 50 cents, or 0.9%, to $54.19 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 10:19 a.m. in London. It advanced $1.15 on Friday, the most since Sept. 16, ca

MarketWatchOct 14, 2019
China wants more talks before signing Trump's Phase 1 deal, report says
A trade deal with the U.S. lauded by stock markets last week was looking shaky on Monday after a report China is insisting on more talks and more concessions.

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Reuters Company NewsOct 14, 2019
UPDATE 1-European stocks turn down after Brexit, trade-driven rally
A three-day rally in European shares halted on Monday as investors assessed the scale of progress from Friday's U.S.-China trade talks and worried that a Brexit withdrawal agreement was still some way off after signs of a major breakthrough.

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Google Business NewsOct 14, 2019
Hold the 'champagne': What Chinese state media are saying about the trade talks - CNBC
Hold the 'champagne': What Chinese state media are saying about the trade talks  CNBCTrump's China Handshake Lifts Spirits But Not Sober Outlook  BloombergMorgan Stanley warns tariff escalation remains a 'meaningful risk' despite partial US-China deal  CNBCTrade agreement with China ignores onerous threats | TheHill  The HillThe China Trade Truce  The Wall Street JournalView full coverage on Google News

Reuters Company NewsOct 14, 2019
European stocks slip as China data, Brexit worries counter trade optimism
European shares opened lower on Monday, as optimism on the progress made in the Sino-U.S. trade talks was offset by growth fears following weak data from Beijing and fresh Brexit uncertainty.
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