Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Global Oil Demand Revised Even Higher, And Supply Is Falling, So Guess Which Way Oil Is headed
Here's a quick summary of the March findings from the IEA:

GORDON Brown was last night accused of concealing a £1,420 tax bombshell for every family in Britain behind the glossy promises of Labour’s election manifesto.

VOTERS believe Government waste can be cut without harming public services, despite what Labour says.

British involvement in rendition of suspects will continue, says Straw
Justice Secretary rejects legislation to ban unlawful transfers overseas as it would be 'too burdensome' for airlines

We are Drowning in Tory/Labour Debt, but British Taxpayers will Fund Greece with £650 Million Per Year
Although Britain is drowning in a sea of debt created by decades of Tory and Labour mismanagement, British taxpayers will now be forced to pay an additional £650 million per year to bail out the Greek economy.

'US nuke threat is state terrorism'
Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations Mohammad Khazaee describes the US threat of using nuclear weapons against other countries as state terrorism

Sellers return to housing market
Estate agents said house sellers are returning to the market in a way not seen since May 2007, just before the property market crashed

World oil demand to hit record high
LONDON (Reuters) - Global oil demand will hit a record high this year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday, revising up consumption estimates as the world economy recovers from recession.

US climate bill expected this month
Congress returns from its two week spring break today with speculation mounting that the long-awaited draft climate change bill could be unveiled to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22


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