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RPT-COLUMN-Big freeze exposes Asia's underlying energy crisis: Kemp - Reuters

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RPT-COLUMN-Big freeze exposes Asia's underlying energy crisis: Kemp - Reuters RPT-COLUMN-Big freeze exposes Asia's underlying energy crisis: Kemp - Reuters Strategic Petroleum Reserve Fast Facts - KVIA El Paso After 144 Years, London Metal Exchange Proposes Closing Trading Ring - The Wall Street Journal RPT-COLUMN-Big freeze exposes Asia's underlying energy crisis: Kemp - Reuters Posted: 14 Jan 2021 05:01 PM PST By John Kemp 9 Min Read (Repeats story filed on Jan. 14 without changes. John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own) LONDON, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Northeast Asia has been hit by a midwinter energy crisis as an extended period of much lower than normal temperatures across the region has strained supplies of coal, gas and electricity to breaking point. China has been forced to restrict power in multiple provinces, Japan has appealed for voluntary

Looking Back at 2020's Collaborations: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly - Highsnobiety

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Looking Back at 2020's Collaborations: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly - Highsnobiety Looking Back at 2020's Collaborations: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly - Highsnobiety Posted: 28 Dec 2020 12:00 AM PST 2020 was a year of unbridled collaborations; McDonald's, Dior, KFC, Colgate, LIDL, literally everything was on the table. As we detailed in our recent reporting , the essence of a modern collaboration is the ability to turn non-culture into culture, but in pursuit of that, it feels like some of 2020's partnership efforts may have become a bit unhinged in the process. Looking back at the year that gave us supermarket sneakers and chicken-scented crocs, Highsnobiety editors revisit the scope of some of this year's most memorable collaborations. The Good Virgil x Nigo "Did Covid-19 save streetwear? Before WFH-couch culture lit a fire under hoodies and sweats, there was a bubbli

6 Stocks to Buy for the Next Oil-Price Surge - Barron's

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6 Stocks to Buy for the Next Oil-Price Surge - Barron's 6 Stocks to Buy for the Next Oil-Price Surge - Barron's EIA Sees WTI at $56 For Q1 2021 - OilPrice.com The Biden Boom Is Coming And These Stocks Could Soar - OilPrice.com Here are Wall Street's favorite oil stocks for a 2021 recovery - MarketWatch Sector Update: Energy Stocks Losing Ground After WTI Crude Oil Turns Lower - InvestorsObserver 6 Stocks to Buy for the Next Oil-Price Surge - Barron's Posted: 20 Jan 2021 11:27 AM PST An oil refinery. Rangsarit2727/Dreamstime.com Oil companies are about to report their fourth-quarter earnings, and the results are likely to be downbeat—proof that 2020 was one of the worst years in history for the industry. But the results also have the potential to lift the stocks, argues Goldman Sachs analyst Brian Singer. The big oil companies, including the European majors, Exxon M