Energy

Lemons not only do they add abundant flavor to a variety of dishes, but they also boast a ton of health benefits. The flavonoids within the juice are said to contain antioxidants, which is why lemons are useful in treating so many ailments and condit

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Going Green

Green vegetables are nature’s multivitamin and are packed with antioxidants and nutrients such as vitamins A, C & K, calcium, potassium and iron, to name a few.

These nutrients are necessary for maintaining many different processes in yo

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Tips for Saving

Write a list before you go shopping – and stick to it. Invite friends over instead of going out. Avoid convenience foods and fast food.Buy quality appliances that will last.

Clean or change out your car’s air filter. Plan your meals aroun

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Oil-sands glut set to worsen as output Surpasses pipeline Distance

The oil-sands glut is going to get worse. Significant manufacturers face a darkening outlook for the year ahead as a flood of new generation swamps markets, overpowering space on pipelines, according to a new report by Royal Bank of Canada. The surge reflects a collection of big-ticket investments made before international oil prices crashed in […]

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Savings rates fail to return to 2016 highs

By Sarah Davidson For Thisismoney.co.uk Savings rates are still failing to return to levels seen before interest rates were cut last year – despite the base rate bouncing back up again in November.  Rates have risen slightly following November’s base rate rise from 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent, but they are still languishing […]

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Oil prices up slightly on pipeline outage support

Oil prices rose almost 1 per cent on Thursday as a pipeline outage in Britain continued to support prices despite forecasts showing global crude surplus in the beginning of next year. U.S. West Texas Intermediate futures settled up 44 cents, or 0.8 per cent, to $57.04 a barrel. Brent crude futures settled at $62.44 a […]

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Canadian Primitive tumbles amid pipeline bottlenecks

Oil sands crude is available, again. Heavy crude prices turned sharply lower this week as constraints on key export pipelines force surging manufacturing into storage, dealing a blow to government finances and company revenues. Western Canadian pick (WCS), a combination of traditional heavy crude and bitumen from the oil sands, has been under pressure from […]

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World Bank to stop lending for most oil and gas projects

The World Bank said Tuesday it will stop virtually all lending for oil and gas projects in the developing world after 2019, sending a powerful message to global producers that financial institutions are reassessing the risks of fossil fuel development. World Bank president Jim Yong Kim made the announcement at an international climate summit being […]

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Boost monthly income with NS&I Guaranteed Income Bonds

By Sylvia Morris For The Daily Mail National Savings & Investments has reintroduced Guaranteed Income Bonds Monthly income-seekers have been given a glimmer of hope by the launch of several top deals. Last week, National Savings & Investments reintroduced its popular Guaranteed Income Bonds, paying competitive —albeit still low — rates. Its one-year rate at […]

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Small Canadian miners in pole position for electric vehicle battery boon

Canadian developers of cobalt and lithium mines stand to benefit from a round of investments from the makers of electric vehicles and the batteries powering them, a potential game-changer for small miners short on money to develop deposits of these critical battery ingredients. Toronto-listed cobalt companies, Ecobalt Solutions and Fortune Minerals, are in talks, ranging […]

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