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US wants to lease public lands for conservation, Interior Dept says

The U.S. Interior Department on Thursday proposed a new program that would allow it to offer leases of public land…

Oil up again as ‘no news is good news’; U.S. inventory data awaited 

There’s no new shoe dropping on the banking sector…at least for now — and that’s good news for risk assets,…

UN warns ‘vampiric overconsumption’ is draining world’s water

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A football shoe is pictured on the cracked ground of the Baells reservoir as drinking water…

Amazon: AWS revenue growth consensus for Q2 ‘aggressive’ – Mizuho

Mizuho analysts believe Street’s consensus for the growth of Amazon’s cloud business is too optimistic as far as the second…

Twitter makes some of its source code public, promises more

Twitter on Friday made public parts of the computer code that decides how the social media site recommends content, with…

Monster Beverage the most likely buyer of Bang – Stifel

Stifel views Monster Beverage (NASDAQ:) as a likely buyer of energy drink company Bang, Stifel analysts said in a note…

Lyft’s March pricing was cheaper than Uber 71% of the time – Needham & Company

Needham & Company analysts revealed in a note Monday morning that the firm’s 20th Mobility Tracker highlights “increasingly aggressive” pricing…

Gold prices keep $2,000 in sight as bank fears bring bumper quarter

© Reuters. By Ambar Warrick Investing.com — Gold prices were flat on Friday, staying within sight of the key $2,000…

Viterra plans to exit Russian grain trade – Bloomberg

PARIS (Reuters) – Global grain trader Viterra is planning to stop grain trading in Russia, the world’s largest wheat exporter,…

Gold pinned near $2,000, overtakes dollar as premier safe haven

© Reuters. By Ambar Warrick Investing.com — Gold prices stuck to near key levels on Friday, outpacing the dollar for…
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