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Working from home is proving to be a revolution in our way of life

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The repercussions are everywhere, from reduced retail footfall to losses at train companies

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Working from home is proving to be a revolution in our way of life | Larry Elliott https://t.co/9LrCi9TqLi
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Working from home is proving to be a revolution in our way of life

Working from home is proving to be a revolution in our way of life

The repercussions are everywhere, from reduced retail footfall to losses at train companies

Oil price dive leads market plunge

Oil price dive leads market plunge

All the day's economic and business news as it happens, and market updates.

Historic oil production cuts 'will not halt slump in demand'

Historic oil production cuts 'will not halt slump in demand'

Goldman Sachs says proposal will not counter debilitating impact of coronavirus

Oil Market Black Swans: Covid-19, the Market-Share War, and Long-Term Risks of Oil Volatility

Oil Market Black Swans: Covid-19, the Market-Share War, and Long-Term Risks of Oil Volatility

In a new commentary, Robert McNally explores the shock to oil markets from the coronavirus and the ensuing market-share war between Saudi Arabia and Russia.

Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries

Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries

The current OPEC members are: Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, the Republic of the Congo, Saudi Arabia (the de facto leader), ...

Oil’s Deja Vu Moment: OPEC Meets Amid Price Rout

Oil’s Deja Vu Moment: OPEC Meets Amid Price Rout

If the world’s largest crude producers fail to end the rout, they risk repeating the 2015 slump that rippled across stock and debt markets and stoking fears about the broader economy.

Oil has plunged 40%. That says a lot about the global economy in 2019

Oil has plunged 40%. That says a lot about the global economy in 2019

The sharp decline in oil prices has been fueled by concerns over a weaker global economy, surging US crude output and falling stock prices.

Why This Oil Crash Is Different

Why This Oil Crash Is Different

The oil price collapse has sent shockwaves through financial markets. But the geopolitical earthquake could reach even farther.

Coronavirus will bankrupt more people than it kills — and that's the real global emergency

Coronavirus will bankrupt more people than it kills — and that's the real global emergency

We may look back on coronavirus as the moment when the threads that hold the global economy together came unstuck