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  1. Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Slumps as Oil Prices DropRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Money Morning

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped today as a downturn in oil prices rattled energy stocks and fueled a sell-off in the sector. As investors await this week's meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve, today's session was a steep reversal of the 9% rally that markets have seen in the last month.

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  2. Wall St down as earnings home run awaitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Slides in shares of Chevron and those of Exxon Mobil, down 2.7 percent and 2.2 percent respectively, led the Dow lower. Photo / AP Wall Street slid overnight with the price of oil, pushing down shares of Chevron and Exxon Mobil, as investors awaited a host of key events including a slew of corporate earnings and a Federal Reserve policy meeting.

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  3. Ecuador Ends One Chevron Battle. What Does It Mean for the War?Read the original story

    Monday | The Washington Post

    Ecuador last week paid Chevron Corp. $112 million in an arbitration case dating back to the 1970s. The accord, while dealing with obscure contractual matters, could have ramifications for bigger court fights between the two fierce adversaries.

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  4. While you were sleeping: Home run awaitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NBR Newsroom

    Wall Street slid with the price of oil, pushing down shares of Chevron and Exxon Mobil, as investors awaited a host of key events including a slew of corporate earnings and a Federal Reserve policy meeting. In 2.59pm trading in New York, the Dow Jones Industrial Average retreated 0.6%, while the Nasdaq Composite Index slipped 0.2%.

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  5. Stocks pull back alongside crude oilRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Seeking Alpha

    Stocks pulled back from record levels alongside a continued drop in crude oil prices and as investors turned cautious ahead of upcoming earnings reports and central bank meetings this week. Energy stocks fell 1.9% as WTI crude oil fell 2.4% to settle at a three-month low $43.13/bbl; Chevron and Exxon were among the Dow's biggest decliners, falling by a respective 2.4% and 1.9%.

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  6. Sharp Selloff in Crude Pressures Wall Street Ahead of Fed MeetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TheStreet.com

    Investors keep one eye on plummeting crude oil prices on Monday and the other on the clock ahead of the kickoff to the Federal Reserve's July meeting tomorrow. Investors kept one eye on plummeting crude oil prices on Monday and the other on the clock ahead of the kickoff to the Federal Reserve's July meeting tomorrow.

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  7. Big Oil's Downstream Upside Is Fading FastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Bloomberg

    Liam Denning is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering energy, mining and commodities. He previously was the editor of the Wall Street Journal's "Heard on the Street" column.

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  8. Oil price drops to three-month low on oversupply fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BBC News

    Oil prices have fallen to a three-month low, hit by rising concerns that a global oversupply of both crude and natural gas will dampen prices. US oil fell 2.4% to $43.11 a barrel, its lowest level since April, meaning it has now fallen by 12% so far this month.

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  9. At Party Conventions, Big Oil's Media Manipulation Strategy Is On Full DisplayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Media Matters for America

    A few months ago, we documented that the American Petroleum Institute , the trade group for oil companies including industry giants ExxonMobil, BP America, Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Shell, was blanketing CNN's airwaves with ads persuading Americans to support the oil industry's agenda. It's a standard formula for the well-heeled industry to control the on-air narrative around climate and energy issues -- and one that in this case drowned out the cable network's meager discussion of the ominous global warming records that were being set.

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  10. Major media hosted anti-climate events at RNC - and Big Oil paid for itRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Grist Magazine

    At the award-winning seafood restaurant in downtown Cleveland that The Atlantic rented out for the entire four-day Republican National Convention, GOP Rep. Bill Johnson turned to me and explained that solar panels are not a viable energy source because "the sun goes down." Johnson had just stepped off the stage where he was one of the two featured guests speaking at The Atlantic's " cocktail caucus ," where restaurant staff served complimentary wine, cocktails, and "seafood towers" of shrimp, crab cakes, oysters, and mussels to delegates, guests, reporters and, of course, the people paying the bills.

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  11. Weak Oil Pulls Wall St off Record Highs; Fed Meet EyedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Fox News

    U.S. stocks slipped from their record levels on Monday as oil weighed on energy shares and as investors awaited this week's Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting. Oil prices fell to two-and-a-half month lows amid worries that a global glut of crude and refined products would be a drag on markets for some time.

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  12. Weak oil pulls Wall Street off record highs; Fed meet eyedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Channelnewsasia.com

    U.S. stocks slipped from their record levels on Monday as oil weighed on energy shares and as investors awaited this week's Federal Reserve monetary policy meeting. Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York City, U.S., July 21, 2016.

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  13. Phillips 66: Time to Bail Out?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | GuruFocus.com

    Bloomberg recently released figures that are possibly ominous to oil refiners . According to the news agency, earnings in the oil industry this second quarter will turn out to be brighter.

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  14. Profit report bonanza: Nearly 200 companies to bare all this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | USA Today

    Investors propelling the bull market to record highs will find out if their optimism is backed by fact, as an onslaught of high-profile companies are set to report earnings this week. Profit report bonanza: Nearly 200 companies to bare all this week Investors propelling the bull market to record highs will find out if their optimism is backed by fact, as an onslaught of high-profile companies are set to report earnings this week.

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  15. Dow Movers: CVX, DISRead the original story

    Monday | MarketNewsVideo

    In early trading on Monday, shares of Walt Disney topped the list of the day's best performing Dow Jones Industrial Average components, trading up 0.3%. Year to date, Walt Disney has lost about 6.8% of its value.

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  16. Oil's Second Quarter Shaping Up to Be Best of the YearRead the original story

    Monday | The Washington Post

    Shares gained more than in any other industry, thanks to crude rising from a 12-year low. Profits were the best in at least three quarters for majors including Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Chevron Corp. and BP Plc, helped by cost cuts, analysts say.

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  17. ASEAN Breaks South China Sea DeadlockRead the original story

    Monday | Marine News

    Manila drops request to refer to court ruling in statement. Southeast Asian nations overcame days of deadlock on Monday when the Philippines dropped a request for their joint statement to mention a landmark legal ruling on the South China Sea, officials said, after objections from Cambodia.

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  18. China sets up South China Sea environment protection fundRead the original story

    Monday | Marine News

    China has set up a 15 million yuan environmental protection fund for the South China Sea having already spent double that in the past four years, the Xinhua state news agency said on Monday. The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled this month that China did not have historic rights to the South China Sea and it criticised environmental destruction in the waters.

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  19. Kazakhstan And Petrochemical Expansions On Tap As Chevron Reports Q2 ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Seeking Alpha

    ... bright spot after a sea of operational mishaps and errors. Heading into its Q2 2016 earnings on July 29, Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX ) was happy to report that it had entered into an agreement with JOVO, a privately owned Chinese firm, to supply ...

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  20. Los Angeles Port Pushes for Valero Oil Terminal Improvements ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Marine News

    The Port of Los Angeles has released an Initial Study/Notice of Preparation - the first step in the Environmental Impact Report process - for a Marine Oil Terminal Wharf Improvements Project at the Valero Terminal on Mormon Island in Los Angeles Harbor. The primary goal of the proposed project is to comply with the Marine Oil Terminal Engineering and Maintenance Standards to protect public health, safety, and the environment, which involves demolition of the existing 19,000-square-foot timber wharf at Berth 164 and construction and operation of a new, MOTEMS-compliant wharf, with minor infrastructure improvements to connect the new loading platform to the existing landside pipelines and utilities.

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