Crude oil prices fell for a second consecutive day in Monday’s trading following reports that American producers will increase output taking advantage of the recent rally and high prices.
Speculation once again rises as a weekend report in the Times newspaper showed that as many as forty Conservative party members of Parliament are ready to sign a letter of no confidence in the leadership of PM Theresa May.
During President Trumps visit, China signs business deals with USA companies totaling $253.4 Billion.
Just after Defense Secretary Michael Fallon resigned in light of revelations of sexual misconduct, PM Theresa May could be forced to dismiss her International Development Secretary, Priti Patel, following the minister’s holding a series of unauthorized meetings with Israeli Officials behind the PM’s back.
Well into the earnings season, earnings for the third quarter are expected to have risen 8% compared with estimates of a 5.9% rise as forecast in October.
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