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Saudi Arabia, the largest producer in the Opec oil cartel, cannot reduce its output,despite plunging prices, a report says
Brent crude has jumped 2% to above $62 a barrel, as some traders bet a six-month price rout could be ending as more energy firms cut investment budgets.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken direct control of a project-monitoring body to fast-track investments worth almost $300bn.
US consumer prices have recorded their biggest drop in nearly six years but did little to change views the Fed Reserve will start raising interest rates.
Asian markets have mostly rallied, with investors reversing a sell-off spurred by a Wall Street recovery and indications the Fed Reserve will keep rates on hold.
European stocks have risen early, tracking a rally on Wall Street after the US Federal Reserve gave an upbeat assessment of the economy.
Mozambique has published a law for energy firms' multi-billion dollar gas projects, as the country gears up to become a leading exporter of liquefied gas.
An initial deal on capping fees charged for paying with debit or credit cards across the
28-nation European Union has been reached by negotiators.