Some folks insist on waiting for Easter to mark the beginning of spring, but the season “officially” began last week with the vernal equinox — when the sun passes the celestial equator making its way into the northern hemisphere and making our days become longer and hotter.
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The U.S. is the world’s largest holder of emergency crude stockpiles, but now it’s selling off reserves, while China, the second-largest, is taking advantage of low crude oil prices to fill storage.
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Keep it simple!
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Countries in central and northern Europe dominate a global ranking of the best places to start a business — although a central American state tops the list.
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Notwithstanding that oil demand has increased for over 150 years, it will eventually stop increasing. If oil demand were to reach an actual peak, then the top might be easier to predict. As it stands, the forecast models of demand are likely predicting peak demand far later than it will be.
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Most cities with a cluster of tech companies can offer those workers either a short commute or low rents—but not both, according to a study by property consultancy Savills. Berlin is the exception to that rule. Savills found that the German capital offers tech workers some of the lowest rents and among the shortest commutes of 22 cities it surveyed.
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WILL dealing with a real estate agent become a thing of the past?
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A surge in oil hedges will spur drilling activity in the U.S., Wood Mackenzie said in a report released on Monday, likely keeping a supply response in place longer than expected even if spot prices fall sharply.
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Real estate is moving in many spots around the globe. You’ll never guess where the hottest European real estate market can be found. Where the money is headed. Is there still be an elimination of the tax exemption for a home office?
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Collapsing oil prices are only the beginning as fossil fuels are turning into a historic relic, says Kenneth Ameduri, chief editor of Crush the Street. He discusses two commodities whose demand he expects to skyrocket as the world shifts to cleaner energy.
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