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Mar 09, 2020
Oil plunges to lowest level in 4 years on coronavirus impact; all you need to know about falling crude pricesBrent crude futures were down $12.23, or 27 percent, at $33.04 a barrel, after earlier dropping to $31.02, their lowest since 12 February 2016.
Jan 20, 2020
Oil jumps to highest in more than a week after Libyan shutdowns; crude flow from OPEC member to be cutOil prices had fallen back in the last two weeks. After the outbreak of hostilities between the US and Iran at the beginning of the year triggered a jump, both sides took steps to pull back from conflict.
Mar 03, 2019
Understanding mental illness: Examining the relationship between self-doubt and sanityFear of uncertainty is very human. But the ability to stand on shifting sands – and our sanity – depend on how flexible our perception of ourselves can be
Jan 15, 2019
Petrol, diesel prices rise for sixth straight day on weak rupee, rising crude; economic slowdown dims fuel demand outlookFollowing the price revision on Tuesday, petrol was sold in Delhi at Rs 70.41 per litre, Mumbai Rs 76.05, Chennai Rs 72.52 and Kolkata Rs 73.08 a litre, according to data available on Indian Oil Corporation website.
Jan 07, 2019
Fuel prices rise after a gap of nearly three weeks as crude rates up on hopes of positive outcome in Sino-US trade talksCrude oil prices jumped on Monday, pushed up by optimism that talks in Beijing can resolve a trade war between the United States and China, while supply cuts by major producers also supported crude.
Nov 30, 2018
Oil price firms as OPEC, Russia likely to agree on output cuts next week; rising US supply stems gainsDespite the firmer prices, crude oil has lost almost a third in value since early October because of an emerging supply glut following a global surge in production.
Oct 23, 2018
Understanding mental illness: Internalised stigma is real — and psychiatry must change its approachThere is an inherent shame in taking psychiatric medication for many of us, no matter how well-informed we are, how scientifically we view the topic, or how much compassion we have for ourselves