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Energy Demand Shows Further Signs of Recovery

Yesterday, crude oil futures fell by more than $4 a barrel to settle at $40.15 as negative economic and financial news sent shivers of fear about future oil demand.  At the same time, the Southeast Asia brokerage firm, CLSA, reported that its monthly survey of Chinese purchasing managers' confidence showed a rise for the third consecutive month.  The improvement in this leading indicator dates back to the implementation of the Chinese government's economic stimulus plan. =>Continue Reading

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