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Severely weakened by the economic crisis, Russia's top metals producers are embracing a proposal to merge into one massive company. The merger, which is subject to state approval, would make the industry less vulnerable to the rapid shifts in demand that characterize economic downturn. But while the metals giants agree on the basic plan, they differ about how much government support is needed.
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Equity strategists from a majority of leading Russian and international investment banks and brokerage houses have predicted that the flow of Russian equity fund raisings will not resume until H1 2010. A poll of leading analysts conducted by Merlin has established that 11 out of 15 interviewed analysts do not see international IPOs by Russian companies resuming before Q1 2010, while Q3 2010 was named by most analysts as the likely timeframe for Russian domestic IPOs to recommence.
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The 13 members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) pumped an average 30.74 million barrels per day (b/d) of crude oil in December, according to a Platts survey of OPEC and oil industry officials just released. This is a decline of 640,000 b/d from the November level of 31.38 million b/d. The total includes Indonesia, which left the oil producer group at the end of the year.
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The first IPO of 2009 will probably not take place until the middle of February due to Japan’s switch this month to electronic stock certificates.
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NYSE Euronext announced trading volumes for its global cash equities and derivatives exchanges for December 2008, as well as other business metrics. December 2008 trading volumes were characterized by strong year-over-year growth in U.S. cash trading, stable European cash trading volumes and lower futures and options trading volume across our U.S. and European derivatives platforms. For the full-year 2008, NYSE Euronext registered double-digit growth in trading volumes across U.S. and European cash and derivatives product areas.
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2008 was a historic year for the Oil & Gas industry as oil prices hit a record high of close to US$150/barrel and fell steeply to below US$50/barrel in a matter of 3 months.
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According to Fitch Ratings' 2009 global steel outlook report, Fitch expects the current sharp contraction in steel demand to continue to weigh on steel production and pricing through the first half of 2009. While in the short-term the steel market will be in a downturn, the Ratings Outlooks on the vast majority of Fitch Ratings' steel coverage are Stable.
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Companies across the London Stock Exchange’s markets raised a record £63 billion in new and further issues of equity during the course of 2008, significantly ahead of the total for the whole of 2007. These strong figures, despite difficult market conditions, were underpinned by a number of substantial secondary issues throughout the year, together with key international wins which consolidated the London’s position as the international capital market of choice. There is a good IPO pipeline awaiting an improvement in market conditions.
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Gold jewelry is one of the top three most popular items for women's discretionary spending in the U.S. according to World Gold Council's (WGC) 2008 survey, What Women Want: Global Discretionary Spending Report, conducted by independent research firm, GfK, among 1,068 American women aged 16 to 65.
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The Abraham Energy Report issued a special analysis to subscribers of OPEC's decision Wednesday to cut production by 4.2 million barrels per day.
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