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12 Apr
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OPEC+ clinches output deal, Russia and Saudi end price war

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its key allies managed to pull a rabbit out of the hat at the last minute - defying skeptics.

12 Apr
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US close: Stocks close higher as Fed steps up to the plate

US stocks closed higher on Thursday as sentiment got a boost from news that the Federal Reserve was looking to provide as much as $2. 3trn in financing for the private sector.

12 Apr
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Week ahead: US/China data, OPEC+ in focus

The market spotlight over the coming will be on a slew of economic indicators in the US and China referring the months of March and April, and therefore the initial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on those two economic powers, two of the world's largest.

12 Apr
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Sunday share tips: Treatt, Gambling firms

The Mail on Sunday's Midas column believes Treatt has all the right ingredients to shareholders clean up.

12 Apr
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Sunday newspaper round-up: Tesco, Parliament, Jaguar Land Rover

Property consultant Altus calculates that, of the £11bn in business rates relief granted in England, about £3bn will go to food retailers. A bailout package meant to prop up businesses facing closure is filling the supermarkets’ coffers even as they enjoy record sales. Tensions were raised last week when Tesco, the biggest beneficiary, said it would pay a final dividend of £635m for 2019-20, about 15% higher than the City had expected. Chief executive Dave Lewis reminded critics that it related to performance before the virus drove food-buyers to the supermarkets.

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