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FACTBOX-Oil companies in Caribbean, southeast U.S. begin restart after Irma

Sept 12- Energy infrastructure companies in the Caribbean and southeastern United States were beginning to restart on Tuesday after shutdowns due to Hurricane Irma. Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression on Monday and would likely dissipate Tuesday evening, the National Hurricane Center said. Buckeye Partners LP said it aims to resume normal...

Source: Reuters

FACTBOX-Oil companies in the Caribbean, southeast U.S. begin restart after Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma@ Sept 12- Energy infrastructure companies in the Caribbean and southeastern United States were beginning to restart on Tuesday after shutdowns due to Hurricane Irma. Buckeye Partners LP said it aims to resume normal operations its Bahamas crude oil and fuel terminal, also known as Borco, on Tuesday after Hurricane Irma rampaged through the...

Source: Reuters

CNBC Exclusive: Jim Cramer & David Faber Interview DowDuPont’s Andrew Liveris & Ed Breen from CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha Conference

CNBC Exclusive: Jim Cramer & David Faber Interview DowDuPont’s Andrew Liveris & Ed Breen from CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha Conference

Source: CNBC.com

METALS-Copper slides as funds sell and inventories rise

*Market looking ahead to China data on industrial output. *China commodity imports suggest rally may be fading. "The move from $6,000 to $7,000 in a month cannot be explained by fundamentals, which haven't changed and which at this time of the year are normally, seasonally weak," said Julius Baer analyst Carsten Menke.

Source: Reuters

METALS-Copper slides as funds sell and stocks rise

*Market looking ahead to China data on industrial output. *China commodity imports suggest rally may be fading. "The move from $6,000 to $7,000 in a month cannot be explained by fundamentals, which haven't changed and which at this time of the year are normally, seasonally weak," said Julius Baer analyst Carsten Menke.

Source: Reuters

FACTBOX-Oil companies in the Caribbean, southeast U.S. brace for Hurricane Irma

Irma@ Sept 8- Energy infrastructure in the Caribbean and in the southeastern United States was being shut down due to Hurricane Irma, even as recovery operations from storm Harvey were under way. Kinder Morgan's terminals in Florida, Central Florida and Elba Island LNG Terminal in Georgia are all likely to experience temporary or partial shutdowns during the...

Source: Reuters

REFILE-RPT-Harvey may pinch some Gulf Coast refining, chemical projects

NEW YORK/ HOUSTON, Sept 8- Oil and petrochemical plants along the U.S. Gulf Coast intend to go ahead with plans for near record spending on expansions next year, despite Hurricane Harvey driving up labor costs and slowing work, experts said. Industrial investment in the Gulf Coast is expected to hit $51.9 billion next year, near the 2015 peak, requiring an army of...

Source: Reuters

RPT-Harvey may pinch some Gulf Coast refining, chemical projects

NEW YORK/ HOUSTON, Sept 8- Oil and petrochemical plants along the U.S. Gulf Coast intend to go ahead with plans for near record spending on expansions next year, despite Hurricane Harvey driving up labor costs and slowing work, experts said. Industrial investment in the Gulf Coast is expected to hit $51.9 billion next year, near the 2015 peak, requiring an army of...

Source: Reuters

Harvey may pinch some Gulf Coast refining, chemical projects

NEW YORK/ HOUSTON, Sept 8- Oil and petrochemical plants along the U.S. Gulf Coast intend to go ahead with plans for near record spending on expansions next year, despite Hurricane Harvey driving up labor costs and slowing work, experts said. Industrial investment in the Gulf Coast is expected to hit $51.9 billion next year, near the 2015 peak, requiring an army of...

Source: Reuters

To get sales kicking, LL Bean renews focus on the outdoors

"Just step outside your front door and you've arrived," said CEO Steve Smith, quoting the company's "manifesto." The "manifesto" is being printed this month in the New York Times with invisible ink that can viewed only in sunlight. Many venerable brands like Macy's, Sears, J.C. Penney, Gap and even some L.L.

Source: The Associated Press