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  • Scotiabank’s commodity price index hits decade low

    The commodity slump is getting worse and worse. Scotiabank's commodity price index, a useful gauge of global prices, plunged to its lowest level in August since early 2005

  • Boris Johnson promises deep-line Tube trains will finally get air conditioning in the 2020s

    Boris Johnson today pledged that deep-level Underground trains will get air conditioning as he claimed engineers have "cracked" cooling on the lowest lines.

  • Survey reveals good news on crime

    In their election campaigns the Coalition partners will trumpet their apparent success in driving down crime – and they will have plenty of ammunition. Today the Crime Survey for England and Wales, regarded as the most authoritative gauge of

  • Oil price hits lowest level since 2004

    The price of Brent crude oil has fallen to levels not seen since 2004, surpassing the lows seen during the recession of 2008.

  • Oil price in further 5.6% fall

    The price of Brent crude oil drops more than 5% to $47.27 a barrel, its lowest level since early 2009.

  • Iron ore price hits 10-month high

    Gains track the rise in Chinese steel prices

  • Cracks forming in Canadian small business confidence on oil price drop

    Canadian small business optimism declined to the lowest since mid-2009 as the drop in energy prices weighs on Alberta’s oil-heavy economy

  • Supermarkets cut petrol price below £1

    Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsbury's cut the price of petrol to below £1 a litre, the lowest level - excluding special promotions - in the UK since 2009.

  • Gas-price fears cause confidence gauge to decline

    OTTAWA -- Canadian consumers concerned the immediate benefits of cheaper gasoline aren't worth the cost to the wider economy pushed a sentiment gauge to a 10-month low.The Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index fell to 56.2 in the week ended

  • Bombardier Inc shares fall below $1 — its lowest level in almost 25 years

    The rout raises the prospect that Bombardier will be thrown out of the main Canadian stock gauge, a development that would bring additional pressure by forcing index funds to sell their holdings

  • Scotiabank’s commodity price index hits decade low

    The commodity slump is getting worse and worse. Scotiabank's commodity price index, a useful gauge of global prices, plunged to its lowest level in August since early 2005

  • Boris Johnson promises deep-line Tube trains will finally get air conditioning in the 2020s

    Boris Johnson today pledged that deep-level Underground trains will get air conditioning as he claimed engineers have "cracked" cooling on the lowest lines.

  • Survey reveals good news on crime

    In their election campaigns the Coalition partners will trumpet their apparent success in driving down crime – and they will have plenty of ammunition. Today the Crime Survey for England and Wales, regarded as the most authoritative gauge of

  • Oil price hits lowest level since 2004

    The price of Brent crude oil has fallen to levels not seen since 2004, surpassing the lows seen during the recession of 2008.

  • Oil price in further 5.6% fall

    The price of Brent crude oil drops more than 5% to $47.27 a barrel, its lowest level since early 2009.

  • Iron ore price hits 10-month high

    Gains track the rise in Chinese steel prices

  • Cracks forming in Canadian small business confidence on oil price drop

    Canadian small business optimism declined to the lowest since mid-2009 as the drop in energy prices weighs on Alberta’s oil-heavy economy

  • Supermarkets cut petrol price below £1

    Morrisons, Tesco and Sainsbury's cut the price of petrol to below £1 a litre, the lowest level - excluding special promotions - in the UK since 2009.

  • Gas-price fears cause confidence gauge to decline

    OTTAWA -- Canadian consumers concerned the immediate benefits of cheaper gasoline aren't worth the cost to the wider economy pushed a sentiment gauge to a 10-month low.The Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index fell to 56.2 in the week ended

  • Bombardier Inc shares fall below $1 — its lowest level in almost 25 years

    The rout raises the prospect that Bombardier will be thrown out of the main Canadian stock gauge, a development that would bring additional pressure by forcing index funds to sell their holdings