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July, 23, 2016

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Crude prices edged up in Asia on Monday, building on recent gains with Brent holding above US$50 after Nigerian militants claimed fresh attacks on the country's oil infrastructure.
Emerging market currencies rose Monday as the shock of Britain's vote to quit the EU wore off, while the Australian dollar was under pressure after a general election produced no clear winner.
Oil prices rose in Asia on Friday as traders welcomed assurances from central bank around the world that they were ready to step in to prevent a global rout following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Asian stock markets climbed again Thursday, tracking another surge in Europe and New York and extending a rebound from last week's hammering fueled by Britain's shock vote to leave the EU.
Oil prices fell in Asia on Thursday as supply outlook improved with both commodities hovering close to the key US$50 mark, worrying traders about producers coming back online.
Global stock prices rose Wednesday in a second day of recovery from a sharp-sell off prompted by Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Oil prices extended gains on Wednesday, tracking a recovery in equity markets as leaders look to temper fears over the effects of Britain's shock EU exit and traders bet on a fall in U.S. stocks.
European stocks rose for the first time on Tuesday since Britain's shock vote to quit the EU and the pound rebounded as investors cautiously returned to the markets which remained jittery.
The pound rose in Asia Tuesday after hitting a new 31-year low in New York on worries about the effects of Britain's exit from the European Union, but analysts warned it could face fresh selling as the crisis develops.
Oil prices rebounded Tuesday as bargain hunting and fear of production outages in Norway outweighed Brexit concerns, traders said.
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