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Week in Review: Letterman retires; California oil spills; CTM at One World Trade Center; Waco biker shooting

Top Stories: Letterman's last Late Show, oil spill on California coast, Taylor Swift wins big at Billboard Music Awards, CTM at One World Trade Center and Waco biker shooting.

Scenarios That Can Move American Airlines’ Valuation

The US airline industry has been in the limelight lately due to its exceptional performance on plummeting global crude oil prices. As jet fuel costs constitute nearly a third of an airline's total operating expenses, the 50% drop in oil prices over the last ten months has accelerated the earnings of all major US airlines. Show More Summary

How Sensitive Is Southwest’s Stock To Oil Prices?

Traditionally considered a laggard by investors, the US airline industry has been in a sweet spot lately given the plummeting global crude oil prices. As jet fuel costs constitute nearly one-third of an airline's total operating expenses, the 50% drop in oil prices over the last year has accelerated the bottom line growth of all major US airlines. Show More Summary

Where To Put Your Money When Oil Stocks Surge

No one knows when the oil crash will officially turn around, but there’s hints it might be over with the rally in oils stocks lately. Oil is up almost 50 percent from it’s January lows, and energy investors are sounding off about which stocks they’ll want their money in when the rise of oil is Where To Put Your Money When Oil Stocks Surge is an article from: The Inquisitr News

Is Sustainable Trade Finance an Oxymoron? The Palm Oil Story

Categories: Sourcing, Sustainability, Trade Financing Tags: Sourcing and Categories Here on Spend Matters, we have written a lot lately on sustainable supply chain practices – specifically, with regard to McDonald's recent announcement it would take efforts to rid deforestation from its supply chain. Show More Summary

Fans Of Avon’s Skin So Soft As A Bug Repellent Are Wrong

Avon doesn’t market its Skin So Soft bath oil as an insect repellent, and it’s not clear where the legend that it works as one started. Yet many people swear by it, including avid outdoorspeople like my late dad. It’s not clear where the legend started, but as far as our myth-repellent colleagues down the hall at Consumer Reports can … [More]

Is Saudi Arabia Drowning Rivals in Oversupply?

Reuters Saudi Arabia is succeeding in its efforts to drive rivals like the U.S. out of the oil-drilling business, according to a story published late on Wednesday by Financial Times. Oil prices took a leg lower, to the session’s nadir, a slide that coincided with a story written by Financial Times‘ Anjli Raval, who quoted [...]

Palm Oil its Health Benefits and Self-Serving Western Protectionism

Pierre Thiam writing in Face2faceafric: Red palm oil (Elaeis Guineensis) is arguably one of the most-controversial ingredients of our time. Lately, the Red Gold, as it is nicknamed by some of its fiercest supporters, has become the subject of many passionate debates. Show More Summary

Fracking science: Why oil and gas extraction is causing earthquakes

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If you’ve been following the news lately, chances are you’ve heard about – or even felt – earthquakes in the central United States. During the past five years, there has been an unprecedented increase in earthquakes in the North American mid-continent, a region previously considered one of the most...

Pirates Hit Product Tanker in Strait of Malacca, Steal Fuel Oil

A Singapore-registered petroleum product tanker was hit by pirates late Saturday night while underway in the Strait of Malacca. According to the regional piracy program ReCAAP, a gang of eight [...] The post Pirates Hit Product Tanker in Strait of Malacca, Steal Fuel Oil appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

Yes, falling oil prices were like a tax cut

(May 4, 2015 11:03 AM, by Scott Sumner) In late 2014, many pundits claimed that falling oil prices were like a tax cut---in the sense that they put more dollars in the pockets of consumers. Note that they were referring to the demand-side effects, drawing a comparison to... (0 COMMENTS)

Never reason from an oil price change

Back in late 2014, many pundits assured us that falling oil prices were bullish for the economy.  I countered that one should never reason from an oil price change.  The net effect is ambiguous.  As the following graph shows, industrial production had been rising fast in the period leading up to November 2014, but has […]

Why Staying Up Late May Harm Your Exam Results

You have an exam tomorrow and you have planned to stay awake whole night so as to prepare for the exam. You are going to burn the midnight oil hoping that it will help you earn those extra marks which you may otherwise lose by going to bed early. If that’s what you are thinking, […] The post Why Staying Up Late May Harm Your Exam Results appeared first on Coaching Adda.

Afternoon Coffee: Oil Roundup – Prices Rise, Company Profits Fall and Oilfied Equipment Becomes Readily Available

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Oil prices rose today, with Brent increasing 20 cents to $65.03 a barrel and US crude futures hitting $57.04, up 5 cents. The overall slump in oil prices lately, however, have dragged profits down for BP and Total. Show More Summary

The curious case of 'SpyParty' and self-funded indie games

Game developer Chris Hecker attended Parsons School of Design in the late 1980s -- his admissions counselor was a fashionable man named Tim Gunn, who accepted Hecker's portfolio complete with a four-foot oil painting of Freddy Krueger, the canvas slashed as if it had been attacked by the subject's own bladed fingers. Show More Summary

The BP Blowout: 5 Years Hence, Not Much Has Changed.

Tonight at 9:50 pm will be the 5th anniversary of the worst blowout in US history that took the lives of eleven men and spilled over 5 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. At the height of the crisis in the late spring ofShow More Summary

HOW YOU CAN ACHIEVE ASTOUNDING RADIANCE & UNBELIEVABLE SOFTNESS IN YOUR HAIR WITH ARGAN OIL:

Tweet Follow @ladybuggirlqtee I'VE HEARD SO MUCH ABOUT IT LATELY.... I am sure that by now must of us have! It's been marketed in a LOT of beauty and skin care products as of lately. I would say of course that it may just be a "fad"Show More Summary

New NTSB Safety Recommendations for Oil Trains: Too Little? Too Late?

Last Friday, April 3rd 2015, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a Safety Recommendation urging the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Ad-ministration (PHMSA) to mandate installation of thermal protection systems for tanks cars transporting Class 3 flammable liquids.  The recommendation comes after examination of damaged tanks cars involved in [...]

Crystal Bridges Celebrates O'Keeffe Acquisition with a Focused Exhibition

Georgia O'Keeffe Jimson Weed/ White Flower No. 1, 1932 Oil on canvas 48 x 40 inches Crystal Bridges Curator Mindy Besaw has been busy since joining the Museum late 2014. Mindy came from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West's Whitney Western...Show More Summary

Afternoon Coffee: Taulia Survey Shows Nearly Half of Suppliers Are Paid Late, NTSB Wants to Strengthen Oil Rail Transport Safety

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News A new survey by SaaS platform provider Taulia shows 47% of suppliers are being paid late, with about a quarter of those companies waiting more than 40 days for payment. And, the National Transportation Safety Board is looking to increase its safety requirements for rail cars carrying oil. Show More Summary

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