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Amid Brexit shambles, Citigroup sees 3 ways to profit in the ‘uninvestable’ UK

"Many investors view the UK as uninvestible. We get it," says Citi analysts, who nevertheless found domestic stocks, commodities, and debt in the UK.

Newmont Mining rejects Barrick Gold’s $17.8 billion hostile-takeover bid

Newmont Mining rejected Barrick Gold's hostile takeover bid on Monday. The merger of the two would have created the world's largest gold miner.

Oil supply concerns mount as OPEC cuts output, US sanctions bite

Middle Eastern oil producers capable of filling a gap left by American energy sanctions have followed through with plans to slash production, raising concerns about global supply of heavy crude.
National Security Advisor John Bolton speaks as US Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin looks on during a briefing in the Brady Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, DC on January 28, 2019.

US sanctions on Venezuela could lead to higher gas prices

A US crackdown on foreign oil exports could lead to higher prices at the pump.

A drastic plunge in shipping to China is the latest horrible signal for its economy

A slowdown in the rate at which commodities are being shipped to China suggests slowing demand for raw materials in the world's second economy.

The outlook for American soybeans remains ‘bleak’ in wake of Trump’s trade war

Farmers breathed a sigh of relief when the US and China agreed to a trade-war ceasefire. But economists say the soybean industry won't entirely recover.
Liquid gold is poured to form gold dore bars at Newmont Mining's Carlin gold mine operation near Elko.

Newmont Mining to buy Goldcorp in a $10 billion deal to create the world’s largest gold producer

Newmont Mining said it planned to buy Goldcorp in a $10 billion deal that would create the world's largest gold producer.
A New York City cab driver fills his taxi up with gas at a Hess station in New York July 2, 2008. Nationwide, gasoline around $4 per gallon will cost taxi drivers 38 percent more per year -- $3,825 -- than it did in two years ago, according to the Taxi Limousine & Paratransit Association. To help cabbies, 11 U.S. cities have allowed taxis to charge a temporary fuel surcharge averaging $1.50 per trip and more municipalities are holding rate increase hearings. Picture taken July 2.

Gas prices are soaring one day after Trump boasts they’re so low they’re ‘like another Tax Cut’

RBOB gasoline rose 3% Wednesday, one day after President Donald Trump said on Twitter that prices are so low they're like "another tax cut."

‘US crude continues to be an unstoppable force’: Here’s a simple guide to navigating the oil market in 2019

The energy market is volatile by nature, but this year was marked by especially sharp price movements. Here's what is expected to happen in 2019.

The Dow erases more than 300-point gain after Trump threatens government shutdown

Stocks surrendered gains Tuesday after President Donald Trump threatened to shut down parts of the federal government over funding for a border wall.