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Oil set for biggest weekly gain in 4 Months as U.S. supply drops

Oil in New York headed for the biggest weekly gain in more than two months after U.S. crude inventories declined and the number of drilling rigs fell. West Texas Intermediate futures are up 9.6 percent this week, the biggest gain ...

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Consumer comfort in U.S. rises to highest in almost two months

  (Bloomberg) — Consumer confidence rose last week to the highest level in almost two months as Americans reported brighter attitudes about the national economy, their personal finances and the buying climate. The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index increased to 42.2 ...

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U.S. gas heads for biggest weekly gain since february 2014

Natural gas futures are staging the biggest rebound this week since February 2014 on speculation that a seasonally cool start to January will stoke demand after an unusually mild December. The Northeast and Midwest will see seasonal temperatures Jan. 3 ...

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Md. biopharm’s venture with S. Korean firm posts trial results

A collaboration between a Rockville drug firm and a South Korean company has published its clinical trial results at a federal website. ReGenTree LLC, a joint venture between RegeneRx Biopharmaceuticals Inc. of Rockville and Korean firm G-treeBNT, has posted final results ...

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Army specialist sentenced in Md. for stealing drugs from hospital

GREENBELT — A former Army pharmacy specialist who pleaded guilty to stealing drugs from a military hospital has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. Thirty-five-year-old Lamelle Marquez Malone of Las Vegas, Nevada, was also ordered to pay more than ...

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Construction worker found dead in Md. home with high CO levels

WOODLAWN — Baltimore County Police say a construction worker was found dead in a home with high levels of carbon monoxide. Firefighters were called to the home undergoing renovations in Woodlawn about 9 a.m. Wednesday, police said in a news ...

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Maryland proposes 108 more wildlife species for conservation

HAGERSTOWN — The number of Maryland wildlife species in greatest need of conservation has grown by 22 percent in a draft plan highlighting climate change that the state has released for public review. The document, a proposed update of a ...

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Baltimore rents rough on millennials

Baltimore is one of the least affordable rental markets for millennials. According to RealtyTrac data released Wednesday, of the markets deemed “millennial magnets,” where that generation’s share of the population increased by 10 percent between 2008 and 2013, Baltimore’s rents ...

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Financing set for Bozzuto’s Shady Grove metro project

Bozzuto, EYA and Carlyle Realty Partners have completed the financing for the first multifamily building at a planned mixed-use development at the Shady Grove Metro stop in Rockville. All three firms provided equity in the deal while Citizen Bank provided ...

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NAIOP Maryland announces officers, board

NAIOP Maryland, the local chapter of the leading trade association for developers, owners and commercial real estate professionals, announced its 2016 officers and board of directors. Brendan Gill, of MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, is president; Vince Bagli, Merritt Properties, ...

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