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  1. US Oil Contango Vanishing as Supply Glut Shifts AbroadRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Marine News

    The U.S. oil market is on the brink of returning to a more bullish footing known as backwardation for the first time in six months, with the discount for prompt supplies vanishing as a domestic supply glut eases. The discount for prompt U.S. oil futures versus the second-month contract - a structure known as "contango" that signals a weak market - narrowed to its smallest in five months on Friday as strong demand and flattening production added to expectations that domestic stockpiles will continue to fall over the summer.

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  2. AM Power Report: Prices could leak lower with bearish fundamentalsRead the original story

    Yesterday | SNL Financial

    At the futures market for natural gas, June natural gas futures rolled off the board as the front-month contract with a whimper May 27, down 0.7 cent, amid position-squaring ahead of expiration as well as the release early Thursday of weekly storage data. At last glance, the new front-month July natural gas futures contract was extending lower, trading near $2.827/MMBtu, down 2 cents overnight.

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  3. PM markets: ethanol fuels corn uptick. But wheat strugglesRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Agrimoney.com

    Corn futures managed to hold onto positive territory, helped by decent ethanol data, even as wheat futures struggled, hurt by evidence from an Egyptian tender of the cheapness of world supplies. Chicago corn held firm, despite a weather outlook apparently positive for US production, as futures in ethanol , which is made mostly from corn, rose on government data.

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  4. World's biggest natural gas producers: Where does Pa. rank?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PennLive.com

    Pennsylvania now outpaces eight OPEC nations in terms of natural gas production, thanks to the state's rapid growth in Marcellus Shale production, according to a ranking published by the American Petroleum Institute. The United States is the top dry natural gas producing nation, with production of 65.73 billion cubic feet per day.

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  5. Viggle Announces Closing of Public Offering of Common StockRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    The net proceeds are expected to be approximately $8,441,520, after deducting underwriting discounts, commissions and estimated closing expenses payable by the company. The company has also granted the underwriters a 45-day option to purchase up to 543,927 additional shares of common stock to cover over-allotments, if any.

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  6. At midday: TSX drops as strong earnings fail to banish bank doubtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    Canada's main stock index pulled back on Thursday as stronger-than-expected earnings from three of the country's biggest lenders early in the day failed to dispel market doubts about bank performance in the future. Among the three banks that reported on Thursday, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce also raised its dividend, joining two of Canada's Big Six banks that hiked their payouts earlier this week.

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  7. Bavarian Nordic to Present at Jefferies 2015 Global Healthcare Conference in New YorkRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR-inside.com

    KVISTGAARD, Denmark - May 28, 2015 - Bavarian Nordic A/S announced today that Paul Chaplin, President & Chief Executive Officer will provide a corporate presentation at the Jefferies 2015 Global Healthcare Conference in New York on Monday, June 1, 2015 at 4:00 p.m ET. A live and archived webcast of the presentation can be accessed through the Company's website www.bavarian-nordic.com under "Investor & Media > Events".

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  8. Investors Pulling Energy Sector Bets for First Time in 8 MonthsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Investors are cautiously pulling money out of energy producers for the first time in eight months, taking short-term gains after oil rebounded from a six-year low. More than $1.55 billion has been withdrawn this month from exchange-traded funds concentrated on energy stocks such as Exxon Mobil Corp. and Chevron Corp. It's on pace for the first monthly setback for the group since investors began pouring into the sector in October with an eye toward profiting from an eventual recovery in prices.

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  9. Direct from HoustonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Post-gazette.com

    While waiting at Gate B80 in Houston International Airport to board my flight to Pittsburgh recently, I had two startling thoughts: One, I'm able to get a direct flight from Houston to Pittsburgh; two, about 30 other people working in the energy industry are also flying to Pittsburgh - on a Tuesday afternoon. I shouldn't be surprised.

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  10. FIFA execs indicted for corruptionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Times

    As the bombshell FIFA corruption charges exploded onto the soccer world Wednesday, some of the sport's biggest stars cheered, Russia denounced the probe as the latest example of U.S. overreach, and American prosecutors readied for the spectacle of suspects turning on one another to secure the best deal. According to indictments unveiled in New York by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, officials with world soccer's ruling body and sports-marketing executives ran a 24-year bribery and corruption scheme that made more than $150 million from the process of deciding what countries would host some of the world's biggest sporting events and which companies would get lucrative broadcasting and marketing rights.

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  11. Avino Announces At-the-Market Offering of $6 MillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Market Wire

    Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. today announced that it has filed a prospectus supplement under which it may sell up to US $6,000,000 of its common shares from time to time through Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., as sale agent. Sales of common shares under the at-the-market offering, if any, would be made by means of ordinary brokers' transactions on the NYSE MKT at market prices or as otherwise agreed with the agents.

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  12. UPDATE 10-Oil down about 3 pct again on dollar, awaits supply dataRead the original story

    Wednesday | Reuters

    Oil prices fell by up to 3 percent for a second straight day on Wednesday as a resurgent dollar weighed on the market amid concerns that U.S. crude supplies may have started rising again after three weeks of draws. Industry group American Petroleum Institute said after the market's settlement that U.S. crude inventories rose by 1.3 million barrels last week.

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  13. Crude Could Fall Further on Supply, Strong Dollar, Says Market ProRead the original story

    Wednesday | TheStreet.com

    NEW YORK -- Crude oil broke below $58 Wednesday -- a day before the U.S. Energy Information Administration's , releases weekly inventory data -- as the narrowing crack spread sparked oversupply concerns. Crude has mostly been a technical trade around the U.S. dollar rather than trading on underlying fundamentals, said Mike McPartland of McNamara Securities.

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  14. Oil markets hold fire ahead of data releaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | UPI

    Crude oil markets stood pat before the opening bell in New York as traders waited Wednesday for key industry data on supply and demand. West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. oil standard , and Brent, the global benchmark for crude oil, were relatively stable in pre-market trading Wednesday, standing at $57.95 and $63.60 per barrel, respectively.

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  15. Movies opening this weekend - May 29Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Tampa Bay Newspapers

    Dwayne Johnson stars as Ray and Carla Gugino as Emma in the action thriller "San Andreas,' a production of New Line Cinema and Village Roadshow Pictures, released by Warner Bros. Pictures. 1 comment

  16. Faulty fan, smoke blamed in brief evacuation of U.S. CapitolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    WASHINGTON >> Police briefly evacuated hundreds of workers and tourists from the U.S. Capitol and its adjacent visitors' center on Tuesday in a problem officials tentatively blamed on a faulty exhaust fan in a visitor center kitchen. The U.S. Capitol Police told congressional workers in an email that two alarms were triggered in the visitors' center, which they said was apparently caused by “a known problem with environmental controls with the kitchen exhaust fan.” It provided no additional detail.

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  17. Diesel Moves Closer to $3, Sixth Straight Weekly HikeRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Heavy Duty Trucking

    The average U.S. cost of on-highway diesel continues moving closer to the $3 per gallon mark with it recording its sixth straight weekly increase, according to the U.S. Energy Department. It increased 1 cent from last week to $2.914 per gallon, its highest level in more than two months.

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  18. Police briefly evacuate US CapitolRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Log Cabin Democrat

    Police briefly evacuated hundreds of workers and tourists from the U.S. Capitol and its adjacent visitors' center on Tuesday in a problem officials tentatively blamed on a faulty exhaust fan in a visitor center kitchen. "There are no signs of smoke or fire," said Kimberly Schneider, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Capitol Police.

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  19. Police evacuate US Capitol, Visitorsa CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | WTEN-TV Albany

    Police evacuated the U.S. Capitol and its visitors' center while closing area streets on Tuesday as alarms sounded in both buildings. Kimberly Schneider, a spokeswoman for U.S. Capitol Police, said officers were investigating the cause of an audible alarm and had told people to leave the Capitol and the connecting visitors' center.

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  20. Police evacuate US Capitol, Visitors' CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Police briefly evacuated hundreds of workers and tourists from the U.S. Capitol and its adjacent visitors' center on Tuesday in a problem officials tentatively blamed on a faulty exhaust fan in a visitor center kitchen. The U.S. Capitol Police told congressional workers in an email that two alarms were triggered in the visitors' center, which they said was apparently caused by "a known problem with environmental controls with the kitchen exhaust fan."

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