Crude-oil futures finished Monday at their lowest price in a week, with production in Libya, Norway and the Gulf of Mexico set to recover.

Libya lifted force majeure at its largest oil field, producers began restoring output in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane Delta, and crude output in Norway looked to recover following the end of an oil-worker strike.

West Texas Intermediate crude for November delivery

fell $1.17, or 2.9%, to settle at $39.43 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. December Brent crude

lost $1.13, or 2.6%, at $41.72 a barrel on ICE Futures Europe.

Front-month WTI, the U.S. benchmark, and global benchmark Brent on Monday both marked their lowest settlements since Oct. 5, according to Dow Jones Market Data.

With the passing of the hurricane and the resolution of the strike in Norway, “investors are more concerned about the higher output in

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Google My Business is working on a new feature that will allow businesses to see recent customer calls triggered from search results.

Google is notifying business owners about this upcoming feature via the GMB. The notification can be seen below:

Google My Business to Log Recent Customer CallsCall history notification in Google My Business

Clicking on Try it out prompts a message saying “You’ll be notified when this feature is available.”


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Call history in Google My Business is clearly in the early stages of development. But there’s a help page already published where users can learn more about the feature before it launches.

Clicking on Learn more links to a help page that reads:

“You can use call history to keep track of phone calls from your customers on Google Search and Maps. Your calls are all in one place to help you respond to missed calls and stay engaged with your customers.

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Oil futures notched modest gains on Tuesday, with U.S. prices up for the first time in four sessions, finding support as some economic data show signs of recovery, boosting prospects for energy demand.

Prices are “aided by broader economic sentiment,” said Robbie Fraser, senior commodity analyst at Schneider Electric, in a Tuesday note. “Relatively bullish Chinese manufacturing data has reinforced the view that East Asia continues to push closer to pre-COVID demand levels—a core component of any long-term oil price recovery.

In the U.S. Tuesday, the Institute for Supply Management said its manufacturing index rose to 56% in August, up a fourth month in a row, from 54.2% in July.

West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery


on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose 15 cents, or nearly 0.4%, to settle at $42.76 a barrel, while November Brent crude

the global

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  • In a July episode of his show, Tucker Carlson named and threatened a New York Times photographer who had been assigned to a story about him.
  • Carlson said Tristan Spinski was part of a plot to hurt him and his family, and said it would be easy for him to make Spinski’s address public.
  • Carlson did not circulate Spinski’s address. Nonetheless, the same night people turned up at Spinski’s home, according to a 911 call log published by The Washington Post.
  • According to the log, Spinski’s brother-in-law phoned police and said “someone is outside our house trying to break in” and that they had been threatened.
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A photographer working on a New York Times story about Fox News host Tucker Carlson hid in an upstairs room of his home and could hear people downstairs after Carlson named him on air, according to a

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