• Ben Norman
  • 9 Days ago
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What’s happening with oil prices?

The US, Saudi Arabia, and Russia may be coming to an agreement Every automobile driver in the US knows that gas and oil prices are through the roof these days. A gallon of oil costs $67 today, compared to just $30 in 2014. Why is this the case, and what are countries doing to change […]
  • Crystal Ng
  • 4 Months ago
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Women are People, Not a Commodity

An extraordinary event transpired amidst the 19th and 20th centuries which altered the course of the history and transformed the world into life as we know it today. This century-long struggle has come to be known as the period of women’s suffrage movement. Prior to that time, long before any of us were born, women […]
  • Anahit Moumjian
  • 1 year ago
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OPEC to Make Promised Production Cuts

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries’ reduction of crude output has made money managers optimistic about West Texas Intermediate oil prices for the first time in almost a decade. Saudi Arabia announced that over 80% of the reduction of 1.8 million barrels a day had begun. This cut will reduce output to 486,000 barrels a day, […]
  • Sharnita Sanders
  • 2 Years ago
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Saudi King Invests $27 Billion Toward Public Investment Fund

This Wednesday Saudi Arabia’s king has approved a distribution of 100 billion riyals from royal reserves to be placed into a Public Investment Fund (PIF). That’s equal to $27 billion U.S. King Salman gave a statement to news agency SPA telling them that the fund is to help support investments in not only the foreign […]
  • Leanne Coelho
  • 3 Years ago
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The Heir of Samsung Now Apologizes for the Spread of MERS

Recently, the MERS or the Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus has been the latest lethal scare. The virus apparently takes less than five minutes to spread and creates severe respiratory problems, fever, cough and a few other symptoms. The disease gets its peculiar name since it was recorded Saudi Arabia in the year 2012 for […]
  • Blaine Martin
  • 4 Years ago
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Russia Restricts International Web Services

On Tuesday, July 1, the Russian State Duma, or parliament, passed the first bill requiring that the personal data of all Russians be stored inside the country, according to Tech Crunch. If the bill is enforced, the effect would be felt across a wide range of industries that Russians are involved in. Every online service, […]