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    Freedom ETF Bucks Mainstream to Bet on Human Rights & Long-Term Growth

    "Free markets grow more sustainably, they use capital more efficiently," Tolle said. "They recover faster because they are more innovative."

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    Oil Rally A 'Head-Scratcher' as Price Charges to Fourth Week of Gains

    Crude prices posted a fourth straight week of gains returning oil to a bull market ahead of an OPEC+ meeting where the industry’s most powerful were likely to agree not to raise production at this point to preserve the momentum. “It remains a perfect storm of buying from CTAs while the  rest  of  the market either  is not  long enough or short and covering,” said Scott Shelton, energy futures broker at ICAP (LON:NXGN) in Durham, North Carolina. New York-traded West Texas Intermediate, the leading indicator for U.S. crude, settled down 18 cents, or 0.4%, at $45.53 per barrel.