Column: Europe’s suspension of imports of Russian light oil, success or failure in China | Reuters

LAUNCHESTON, Australia (Reuters) – If European nations get serious about banning all imports of Russian oil and refined petroleum products by early next year, the key to success will be Asia, with more Specifically China. 13 Sept. If European nations are serious about halting all imports of Russian crude oil and refined petroleum products by … Read more

Column: OPEC +, if crude oil is aimed at 90 dollars, demand will collapse 50 dollars | Reuters

[ローンセストン(オーストラリア) 6日 ロイター] – OPEC Plus, which consists of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-member oil-producing countries such as Russia, decided in October to cut production by 100,000 barrels per day, but this has virtually no impact on the market. It is tempting to consider it as zero. The Organization of … Read more

Column: Tesla Ratings Too Optimistic Market, Fading Advantages | Reuters

[New York 20th Reuters BREAKINGVIEWS]–I think there is a big difference between the reality of the US electric vehicle (EV) giant Tesla and the market evaluation. On July 20, there may be a big difference between the reality of the US electric vehicle (EV) giant Tesla and the market evaluation. The photo was taken in … Read more

Column: Mr. Musk, $ 5 billion for Twitter acquisition “withdrawal” | Reuters

[New York 20th Reuters BREAKINGVIEWS]–Everyone has a “market price”. For Tesla CEO Elon Musk, that amount could be $ 5 billion. It’s the price you can afford to withdraw from the deal to buy Twitter for a total of $ 44 billion. Returning the agreement to a blank slate will prevent the two companies from … Read more

Column: TSMC to raise prices in a timely manner to aggressively invest by expanding its earnings base | Reuters

[Hong Kong 13th Reuters BREAKINGVIEWS]–The world’s largest and most important semiconductor maker is peeping at its market power. TSMC, a contract manufacturer of semiconductors, is moving to raise prices in response to the global shortage of semiconductors against the backdrop of the rapid expansion of demand for electronic products. On January 13th, the world’s largest … Read more

Rome, last farewell to Galeazzi amidst memories, smiles and anecdotes: “His commentaries were the top”

Rome greets Giampiero Galeazzi in the funeral parlor set up in the Campidoglio. The coffin and family members were welcomed by the mayor Roberto Gualtieri and by the councilor for tourism, sport and major events Alessandro Onorato. Friends, sportsmen and journalists wanted to pay homage to a character who made the history of Italian television. … Read more