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World oil prices rising

World oil prices are rising.

World oil prices going down

World oil prices are going down Monday, and trading data attest to this, RT reported.

World oil prices going down

World oil prices are going down Friday, and trading data attest to this.

Parliament ratifies EEU customs privileges extension

The Armenian parliament ratified the Eurasian Economic Union protocol which gives Armenia the opportunity for extending the term of the privileged customs duties for importing products from non-member states.

Oil Prices Rise As Supply Shrinks

Oil prices rose early on Tuesday as market participants believed that improving demand and more supply coming off would ease the glut faster than expected.

World oil prices rising

World oil prices are going up on Tuesday, and trading data attest to this.

Dollar gains value in Armenia

The American dollar’s (USD) exchange rate against the Armenian dram (AMD) comprised AMD 483/$1 in Armenia on Monday; this is up by AMD 0.76 from the previous business day in the country, according to the official website of the Central Bank of Armenia.

Leaders of Armenia and Artsakh meet with banking system representatives in Stepanakert

The Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, and the new President of the Artsakh Republic, Arayik Harutyunyan, met in Stepanakert with the representatives of the banking systems of Armenia and Artsakh.

World oil prices on the rise

World oil prices are going up on Thursday, and trading data attest to this, RT reported.

Putin addresses gas price issue at EEU videoconference

Armenia and Belarus do not accept the common formula of the gas price formation proposed to EEU member countries, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a videoconference with leaders of the union.

Armenian PM touches upon necessity on forming single gas market in EAEU

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan hopes that the cooperation sectors mentioned in the document on “2025 Strategic Directions of the Eurasian Integration Development” will contribute to raising the investment and innovative attractiveness of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), increasing its competitiveness and scientific, productive potential, the PM said during a video conference of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council.

World oil prices on the rise

World oil prices are going up on Monday, and trading data attest to this.

Coronavirus 'could cost global economy $8.8tn' says ADB

The coronavirus pandemic could cost the global economy between $5.8tn and $8.8tn (£4.7tn-£7.1tn), according to Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Oil prices tumble even as stockpiles shrink for first time in 16 weeks

Oil prices slid Wednesday, even after weekly data showed inventories fell for the first time in 16 weeks.

New economic programs will be implemented in the southern wing of Artsakh

On Monday together with Secretary of the Security Council of the Republic of Armenia Armen Grigoryan we were in the southern regions of Artsakh on an unofficial visit. .

Armenian government considers launching cargo aviation

The Armenian Government is focused on having cargo aviation in the country, PM Nikol Pashinyan said on Facebook.

Armenian government provides direct assistance to more than 1 million citizens

More than 1 million people in Armenia received direct assistance from the government as part of the measures for eliminating the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak, PM Nikol Pashinyan said in parliament.

World oil prices increase

The trading data show that Brent oil futures for July supplies rose 17,9 percent to up to $32.06 a barrel at the London ICE stock exchange, according to TASS.

Tax revenues and duties paid to Artsakh state budget exceeded by 5%

According to preliminary data, in January-April 2020, the tax revenues and duties paid to the state budget of Artsakh amounted to 16 billion 63 million 300 thousand drams, exceeding the target of 15 billion 300 million drams by 5% or 763 million 300 thousand drams.

World oil prices on the rise

The auction data show that Brent oil futures for July rose 3.64 percent to about $28.19 a barrel at the London ICE stock exchange on Tuesday, according to TASS.