Portuguese debt concerns push oil down

Oil has slipped from its highest price in more than two years on concerns that European demand will be slow to recover, if Portugal becomes the third country using the euro to require emergency aid (this could be a possible €75-billion bailout) after its credit rating downgrade.

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‘Agribusiness’ ETFs make their debt

The IQ Global Agribusiness Small Cap ETF tracks the small cap universe of companies tied to agribusiness.

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Three workers injured in Fukushima radiation leak

Around 300 engineers have been working non-stop to stabilise the six-reactor Fukushima complex.

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