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As sustainable consumption and production, ecodesign, ecolabelling and energy efficiency objectives top the EU's legislative agenda, a Europe-wide survey commissioned by the European Aluminium Association (EAA)has revealed widespread support for the aluminium industry, with 84% of the respondents viewing aluminium as a vital resource for the future and over three quarters (77%) believing that it is vital to maintain aluminium production in Europe.
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China consumed 31.26 million metric tons of crude oil in March, down a minor 0.25% from the corresponding month of 2008, a Platts analysis of official data showed April 22.
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Crude oil is one of the main energy sources of the EU, and is likely continue to be for several decades. The Commission estimates that in 2030, European demand will be one third higher than it was in 2006, which is of concern as demand was already outstripping supply in 2006. Therefore, the European Parliament is calling on Member States to maintain minimum stocks of crude oil as a barrier to protect against any unexpected cuts in supply.
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£156.9 billion (€168.5 billion) worth of equity trading was carried out across the equity order books of the London Stock Exchange Group during March. This was an increase of 32 per cent on the total value traded during February, and the highest total for a single month’s trading since October last year, though down by 38 per cent on the same month last year. The total number of trades also exceeded recent months, though at 23.4 million was down by 11 per cent on March 2008.
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The 12 members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) pumped an average 27.98 million barrels per day (b/d) in March, as the oil producer group continued its efforts to slash oversupply and prevent oil prices falling further, according to a Platts survey of OPEC, oil industry officials and analysts just released. This is down 90,000 b/d down from February's 28.07 million b/d.
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NYSE Euronext announced trading volumes and other metrics for its global cash equities and derivatives exchanges for March 2009. For the month of March 2009, all venues grew trading volumes from February 2009 levels.
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CME Group released results from its second annual Global Foreign Exchange (FX) Market Study of both cash and exchange-traded FX products, reinforcing indications that credit constraints have led to an increased focus on counterparty and systemic risks. A year after the first Global FX Market Study, 2009's edition also provides confirmation that changing priorities among traders, toward better market access and lower costs related to bid-offer spreads, are driving demand in electronic trading.
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The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, an independent and nonpartisan research organization dedicated to improving the regulation and enhancing the competitiveness of U.S. capital markets, said today that its Q4 2008 update on the competitiveness of global capital markets presents evidence of a significant and continued decline in the attractiveness of the U.S. public equity market for foreign and U.S. issuers alike.
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In my January report, I predicted that we would not see the first IPO of 2009 until the middle of February due to Japan’s switch in January 2009 to the electronic stock certificate system. However, the year’s first IPO was on March 12, one month later than my forecast, when Daiken Medical listed its shares on the TSE 2nd section.
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The 12 members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) pumped an average 28.07 million barrels per day (b/d) in February, as the oil producer club continued its efforts to slash oversupply and prevent oil prices falling further, according to a Platts survey of OPEC, oil industry officials and analysts just released. This is down 900,000 b/d down from January's 28.97 million b/d.
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