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North Sea oilfields ‘near collapse’ after price nosedive

Warning over the future of North Sea oil comes as Iran and Saudi Arabia bicker over the falling price of crude

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The North Sea oil industry is “close to collapse”, an expert has warned, as a slump in prices piles pressure on drillers to cut back investing in the region.

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Why climate change is forcing some environmentalists to back nuclear power

It's no secret that there has long been suspicion, on the political left, about nuclear power. Research has often shown that liberals, more than conservatives, distrust or oppose nuclear energy, even though many of the more dramatic claims about nuclear risks appear to be exaggerated.

It's no secret that there has long been suspicion,

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Christmas Greetings

Here's wishing you a really great Christmas and a successful New Year

Bob , Sam and Joe.


Going Nuclear: Russia and India agree to build 12 nuclear power reactors by 2035

Russia and India are ramping up energy ties and will construct at least 12 new nuclear reactors by 2035. Two will be completed by 2016 at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, Russian state-owned power company Rosatom confirmed Thursday.

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Why ECB QE Will Drive European Stocks To New Highs

The economy in the Eurozone is struggling at present and has been for some time now. Consistently low inflation has significantly increased the risks of deflation in the region. In response to this the European Central Bank (ECB) has taken unprecedented action by cutting interest rate to negative levels, and then dropping them again. On top of this the ECB has introduced quantitative easing (QE) to combat the economic risks of deflation and announced in their meeting last week that they are now preparing to increase these measures.

Notwithstanding the other effects that this action is likely to have, of which there are many, we believe that that this increase in QE in Europe will have a highly bullish effect on the European equities markets. The first reason for this is that the ECB’s QE has so far been, and is very likely to continue to be, targeted towards actually stimulating growth in the economy, in a similar way to QE3 in the US, rather than broad based actions that pumped money into the system to avoid a collapse as QE1 and QE2 did. This means the ECB’s new measures are likely to stimulate growth over the long term.

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Business groups want Government to 'get out of the way' of nuclear power

A prominent business group is urging the Federal Government to "get out of the way" of nuclear power becoming a reality in Australia.

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2015 Nuclear Energy Stock Predictions

Why Nuclear Energy Stocks Will Soar in 2015

By Brian O'Connell
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to have seen some upward trends in the nuclear industry lately.

There are several key indicators that point in a bullish direction on nuclear stocks, and all are worth examining before adding any uranium-themed investments to your portfolio.

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The SK Momentum System: Our Key to Trading Equities

There are many factors that affect the overall movement of the stock market. However, today we will consider just one of these, one that we believe carries considerable weight and is key for predicting the how stocks perform: momentum. Through our analysis of momentum we have produced a model based momentum trading system (SK Momentum System or SKMS), which boasts a Sharpe ratio of 3.49 since 2002 and a return of 57547% since 1950.

The reasons that momentum is such an important factor when considering the future movement of equities markets can be broken down to the old adage, “the trend is your friend”. If stocks are trending higher investors are more likely to buy than sell, as they believe that the rally is likely to continue. The result of this is rising stock prices will drive prices even further higher, at least for a while, as new investors bet on the trend continuing. There is a similar phenomenon when equities are falling, as a small selloff can cause a larger panic that forces prices much lower and at a faster pace. Thus, momentum in stocks can drive rallies higher and selloffs lower than their underlying causes. We consider equities to be more momentum driver then many other markets such as bond and currencies, due to their status as a key confidence barometer.

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Julie Bishop reopens nuclear debate as route to cut carbon dioxide emissions

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says nuclear energy remains an option for Australia, describing it as an "obvious direction" as it considers how to cut carbon dioxide emissions after 2020.

Ms Bishop called for a an open discussion about the feasibility of nuclear power, given Australia's abundance of uranium, but accused Labor of resorting to a scare campaign when the issue was raised during the Howard government years.

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China to Need 1,000 Nuclear Reactors as Part of Climate Pledge?

China could need about 1,000 nuclear reactors, 500,000 wind turbines or 50,000 solar farms as it gears up to fight climate change, Bloomberg reported last week.

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