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NBR goes the distance for the Dime M5K

By Ali Fenwick

New York City’s most active running club, with 16 runs per week at all paces and distances —  was founded right in our North Brooklyn backyard in January 2009 and has partnered with St. 317 more words

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Why Analysts Are Growing Much More Bullish on Oil & Gas Stocks

Although the Trump rally has pushed the broad markets higher, the oil and gas industry has lagged the markets in this time. Over the past week, we’ve seen crude oil prices recover and act as a rising tide for the industry. 622 more words

Energy Business

4 Top Land Drillers to Buy as Rig Count Continues to Soar

While the pressure has remained on West Texas Intermediate oil pricing with price of a barrel still below the psychological $50 level, there are indications that lags in data, combined with the OPEC production cuts continuing, may bode well for the second half of 2017. 844 more words

Energy Business

Rob Hosking ponders Hager's new opus

Behind the NBR paywall Rob Hosking considers Hager’s new book. He hopes

it is not simply a rehash of old material and an Agincourt-level archery lineup of long bows being drawn


Quotation for Today - 13/03/2017

Ms Ardern’s “resounding” win cleared the way for another list MP, Raymond Huo, to enter Parliament. There the matter should have ended. National had not contested the electorate, and with good reason.

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SunTrust Says Now Is the Time to Buy the Oilfield Services Sell-Off

Even though oil has held its own pricewise this year, continuing to hover in the low to mid-$50s, investors have pounded the oil services sector. The PHLX Oil Service Sector Index (OSX) is down over 10% since January, and one Wall Street firm thinks it is high time to buy the dip. 776 more words

Energy Business

China IP and the New Trade Agenda

Last week, the Trump administration announced its Trade Policy Agenda, to criticism and support.  As the above word cloud suggests, the focus is on US interests, US sovereignty and the US relationship with the WTO, although China (highlighted in yellow above) is certainly also called out. 437 more words

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