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Post by Ssmith on Fri Apr 05, 2019 9:42 am


Announce an official holiday in this province

Local Council - Kalkamesh Press; decided the Karbala provincial council; disable the presence in the province on the ninth of April.

According to a document issued by the Karbala Provincial Council, "based on the powers vested in us under the law; and based on what was put forward at the meeting of the provincial council, which includes the memory of the martyrdom of the great thinker Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr and his upper sister appeared safe chest, which coincided the day of execution and blessing of God with the fall of his dead dictator The following: the approval of the next Tuesday, April 9, a local holiday in the holy province of Karbala on the occasion of the martyrdom of Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr and his upper-right sister, link

CNBC: Brent crude oil hits $70 for first time since November (4/4/19)

Brent oil prices rose on Thursday, topping $70 per barrel for the first time in nearly five months, as expectations of tight global supply outweighed pressure from rising U.S. production and less robust global demand indicators.

Brent futures touched $70.03, its highest level since Nov. 12, when it last traded above $70. The international benchmark for oil prices settled 9 cents higher at $69.40 a barrel.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude settled 36 cents lower at $62.10 a barrel on Thursday. The contract dropped 12 cents in the previous session after briefly hitting $62.99, also the highest since November.

Global benchmark Brent has gained 30 percent this year, while WTI has gained 38 percent. Prices have been underpinned by tightening global supplies and signs of demand picking up.


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