New York Mercantile Exchange › RBOB GASOLINE Jul 2013 (E) (NYMEX:RB.N13.E)
2.8924 +0.0011 (+0.04%)
2013-05-20 14:31:26, 30 min delay
|Contract High Date||2013-02-18|
|Contract Low Date||2012-06-21|
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An 87-year-old woman who alleges Donald Trump cheated her in a bait-and-switch scheme has told jurors she had qualms about suing the developer-turned-TV star given his power and influence. Goldberg says "The Apprentice" star enticed her into buying two condos at Chicago's Trump International Hotel & Tower with an offer to share profits of the entire building.
2 hours, 48 minutes ago
About 30 Saudi women teachers have demonstrated outside the kingdom's Education Ministry, demanding full time jobs. An Associated Press reporter saw women holding posters Monday calling for full time contracts and benefits that include steady pay and retirement packages. Some say they have been teaching part time in government schools for more than 10 years. The teachers have demonstrated in the past outside the ministry to press their demands.
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Shares of WPX Energy soared to an all-time high on Monday as a hedge fund disclosed a minority stake in the oil and gas company. A representative for WPX did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment. THE BACKGROUND: Earlier this month WPX's share got a bounce after regulators ruled that it wasn't responsible for water contamination in Pennsylvania. In late April Pennsylvania regulators said their 16-month investigation showed that high levels of methane and other contaminants in the private water wells at three homes didn't result from WPX's drilling. WPX, which is based in Tulsa, Okla., had faced heavy criticism for its hydraulic fracturing activities in the region.
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The Arab Spring uprisings that toppled four Arab leaders have forced Mideast governments to allow more freedom of expression and of the press, Jordan's prime minister said Monday, but critics charged that Jordan itself is not doing enough. Ensour said Jordan has "come a long way" in improving legislation governing press freedoms after many years of strict state censorship of media outlets.