Latest News

Biden Faces Tougher Sell to Manchin as Coal Hits 12-Year High



Japan PM confirms oil reserves may be released to curb prices

TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan is considering releasing oil from its reserves for the first time to curb surging oil prices, Kyodo news agency reported on Saturday, as Prime Minister Fumio Kishida signalled his readiness to counter oil price hikes following a request from the United States. However, Japan may struggle to justify such a move, as under its own laws the country can release reserves only at a time of supply constraints or natural disasters, but not to lower prices. The U.S. administration of President Joe Biden, who faces falling approval ratings and higher gasoline prices, has pressed some of the world’s biggest economies to consider releasing oil from their strategic reserves to quell high energy prices.

Nike, Wyndham, and 8 More Companies That Raised Their Stock Dividends This Week

Previous article

Turkey’s Currency Crisis Raises Cost of Living, Threatens Financial System

Next article

You may also like


Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Latest News