The disaster, followed by Thailand flooding, highlighted key lessons on supply chain management.
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To begin with at least, the energy sector sits out Wednesday’s session of modest gains on Wall Street.
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After an impressive run in 2012 so far, stock markets have just suffered their first significant stumble. Is it just a normal pullback, or the start of something bigger? John Stepek investigates. article found on Are markets heading for another slump?
With China's government cutting its growth forecasts, things are likely to get much tougher for the world economy. Matthew Partridge explains why, and how to profit from a Chinese downturn. article found on Even China admits a hard landing is getting more likely
With the discovery of oil in the Sea Lion field - and the prospect of more to come – the Falklands oil story is nearing the moment of truth, says Tom Bulford. article found on The oil gamble of the decade could finally pay off
Nymex crude-oil futures rebound, looking past the return of Greece’s debt worries and broad losses in Asian equity markets, as the dollar weakens a little and U.S. stock index futures edge higher.
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