The dollar loses ground as crude oil investment gains

WTI futures gain some ground on the market, despite subjective data stemming from the state of the US economy.


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Hydraulic fracturing may trigger seismic activity

Studies reveal that fracking activities have triggered U.S. earthquakes but some harbor doubts due to lack of evidence.


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A 10-step rulebook of how to invest in 2012

A slightly comical guide of what to expect when investing in the year 2012, or any year in fact.


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Investing in renewable energy will rebound in the years to come

The renewable energy sector, which includes solar, wind, hydro, biomass, biofuel and geothermal are flourishing across the world.  The boom in the renewable energy sector is due to the establishment of an energy policy thrust by the European nations. To foster renewable energy production and to meet the commitments of the Kyoto Protocol, France renders tax exemptions to individuals furnishing...
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With Talks Of Natural Gas Going To Japan – Profits From U.K. Coal Plants Increase

During the previous year and a half the markets have seen increased profits from the utilization of coal as a bid to generate electricity soared to elevated level. The reason for this hike is that natural gas might be diverted amid Japan’s nuclear crisis. Revenue from the use of coal for the generation of power in the U.K. rose 7% to 14.60 pounds in the last six months in London. This is...
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