HYDROCARBONS. The Venezuelan oil basket continued falling during the week of January 26-30 and hit USD 38.82 per barrel, slipping USD 0.70, according to information released by the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining.
Jorge Díaz-Herrera, President of Keuka College
The Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) argued that Cabello was subject to a media campaign intended to "taint his honor"
Jorge Díaz-Herrera, President of Keuka College
News This Week
- Insulza welcomes Pastrana, Piñera into "the club of the insulted"
- Poverty hits 48.4% of households in Venezuela
- Venezuela oil basket stands at USD 38.82 per barrel
- Venezuelan beauty queen Mónica Spear's suspected murder is jailed
- Expert lambasts ambiguity of rules for army action in demonstrations
- Dominican Republic repays debt to Pdvsa after 52% discount
- Business sector calls for clear foreign exchange rules for imports
- Forex market to operate through public stock exchange
- Celac requests the end of US embargo against Cuba
- Maduro back in Venezuela; pledges to address the nation on Friday
- Minister regrets campaign to "misconstrue" army action in demonstrations
- Venezuelan Armed Forces voices solidarity with Congress Speaker Cabello
- Maduro: We will have the chance to speak with Obama in Panama
- President Maduro hopes Celac to become an economic bloc
- Venezuela: 796,213 people unemployed in December 2014
- Venezuelan ex-financer Illarramendi sentenced to 13 years in prison
- Ex Venezuelan financier awaits sentence over fraud in the United States
- Dissenters request firm stance from Bachelet, Santos vis-à-vis Venezuela
- Capriles: A growing number of gov't followers support a change
- Cabello rejects "unfounded accusations"; intends to sue media outlets
- HRW accuses the Venezuelan government of abuse of authority
- Aruba: Small plane crashes upon pursuit by Venezuelan aircraft
- Hospitals' association: 92.4% of medical supplies are imported
- US energy investments in the Caribbean on the rise
- Venezuelan defense minister backs President Maduro's decisions
- Venezuela regarded as a model of political and economic dysfunction
- Maduro arrives in Costa Rica under strict security measures
- "Emotional relation between grass-root chavistas and the gov't is gone"
- Maduro: visits of ex presidents sought to stir conflict
- Six new chairs of National Assembly committees appointed for 2015
- López asks Pastrana, Piñera to keep on supporting the Venezuelan endeavor
- El Universal webpage joins Venezuelan digital press bloc
- Venezuelan newspaper to close daily edition on February 27
- Venezuelan gov't to speed up imports of staples
- Nineteen students arrested for demonstrating in Mérida state
- Maduro: Celac meeting marks a new geopolitical cycle
- Capriles: Gov't wants to fill the fiscal gap with fuel price increase
- Costa Rica: Nicolás Maduro's security not at risk
- Cabello: Salazar will have to prove what he said
- Executive Office guarantees raw materials for production sector
- Citgo offers USD 1.5 billion in bonds due in 2020
- Congress VP: "US embassy offered me money to betray Chávez"
- President Maduro defends Diosdado Cabello from "smear campaign"
- The United States builds its own Caribbean energy alliance
- Henrique Capriles blames shortage on ravaged production
- Leopoldo López's trial is postponed again
- Colombia rejects Venezuela's treatment to ex-president Pastrana
- Gov't says lack of procedures hampered presidents' visit to López
- Twenty topics to be addressed at Celac Third Summit
- Debt of Venezuelan state oil company Pdvsa up 6.38%
- Malaria events hit record high in Venezuela in 2014
- Businesspersons concerned about Venezuela-Colombia impasse
- Maduro: Visit of "fascism from other lands" is "embarrassing"
- Venezuela laments that Colombian FM is "an accomplice to unfriendly moves"
- Cabello: No blackmail will make us retreat
- Debt of Venezuela's Pdvsa up 187.5% in six years
- Ombudsman: Neoliberalism and human rights are antagonists
- NY Times editorial lambasts Venezuela's Maduro administration
- OPEC hopes oil prices to recover soon
- Spain's Podemos questioned about €1 million transfer from Venezuela
- Analyst: Oil prices will not rebound immediately
- Between defending prices or markets
- Venezuelan gov't acknowledges supply issues
- Maduro: "Over 70% of the people are happy with the Food Mission"
- Venezuelan infrastructure plan to exceed USD 5 billion
- Venezuelan employment rises in a more informal market
- Pdvsa makes invitation to buy shipment of Urals crude oil
- ECLAC: Poverty in Venezuela up 6.7 % in 2012-2013
- Venezuela's Maduro arrives in Saudi Arabia to attend King's funeral
- Dissenter: The world is in solidarity with Leopoldo López
Three Venezuelans and five Trinidadians will stand trial on January 26 under the suspicion of being involved in alleged Muslim terrorist activities in Venezuela. After nine months in prison, the defendants will appear in court to face charges of terrorism brought against them by the Attorney General Office.