Global Oil Prices Diverge in Harvey's Wake
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Oil prices were mixed, as Brent extended a week of steady gains but U.S. crude remained stuck at pre-Hurricane Harvey levels.
Miners Risk Falling Down Same Old Hole
Mining firms are riding high as metal prices touch their loftiest levels in years. But rebounding investment in copper and iron mines could spell trouble next year.
Gas Shortage in Florida Gets Worse as Drivers Flee Irma
Florida gasoline stations are rapidly running out of fuel as drivers try to flee before a possible onslaught by Hurricane Irma.
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Trump Offers to Mediate Dispute Between Qatar and Arab Neighbors
President Donald Trump said he would be willing to serve as a mediator between Qatar and Arab countries that accuse it of supporting terrorism, amplifying his administration's effort to end a stalemate.
Natural Gas Settles Lower as Forecasts Call for Cooler Weather
Natural gas settled lower Thursday amid cooler weather forecasts after government data showed that stockpiles increased by roughly the amount analysts were expecting.
Hurricane Irma Hits Caribbean, Heads Toward Florida
Authorities ordered more than 650,000 people to evacuate the Miami area as Hurricane Irma churned toward a possible collision with the mainland U.S. and killed at least 11 people in the Caribbean.
Diesel Gets a Boost After Hurricane Harvey
The price of diesel futures has risen roughly 10% since Harvey tore into the U.S. Gulf Coast and shut down refineries and ports. This has contributed to a shortfall of the fuel in Europe, a region with massive diesel appetites for passenger cars.
U.S. Oil Supplies Rise Sharply After Hurricane Harvey
U.S. inventories of crude oil surged by 4.6 million barrels for the week ended Sept. 1 as refinery outages due to hurricane Harvey sharply reduced demand for oil, according to EIA data.
Big Rig Orders Rise as Trucking Outlook Brightens
Heavy-duty truck orders accelerated for the third straight month amid growing confidence in the strengthening freight market.
Mexico's Annual Inflation Hits 16-Year High
Mexico's annual inflation accelerated in line with expectations in August, hitting its highest level in more than 16 years, mainly due to increases for gasoline and some agricultural and food prices.
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September 08, 2017 07:15 ET (11:15 GMT)