Oil Prices Slip on Risk Aversion as Trump Takes Lead -- 3rd Update

Crude-oil prices continued to sink in early afternoon Asia trade on Wednesday as Republican nominee Donald Trump appeared on his way to a possible stunning upset in the U.S. presidential race, sparking jitters across global equities and commodities. (published 0554 GMT)

Petrobras to Cut Gasoline and Diesel Prices

Brazilian state-run oil company Petróleo Brasileiro SA said Tuesday it has decided to reduce prices for gasoline and diesel, after more than a year of using its near-monopoly in the domestic fuel market to shore up its cash flows. (published 0006 GMT)

First Gen Secures Clearances for New 414-MW Power Plant Ops

Philippine-listed power generation firm First Gen Corp. said Wednesday it secured regulatory clearances that would allow it to start commercial operations of its 414-megaWatt San Gabriel natural gas-fired power plant south of the capital Manila. (published 0044 GMT)

China Coal Data Show Thermal Coal at CNY606/Ton, Down 0.2% on Week

China's benchmark thermal coal prices averaged CNY606 a metric ton in the most recent reporting period, falling 0.2% from the previous period, according to a government-backed coal price index published Wednesday. (published 0703 GMT)

E.ON Net Loss Widens in Jan-Sep on Uniper Listing Write-Down

E.ON SE said Wednesday its net loss in the first nine months of the year widened, largely due to a 6.1 billion euro write-down related to its conventional power and trading operations. (published 0710 GMT)

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