Brent

In Europe “Brent� is the reference quality of crude from the North Sea. Each market requires reference crudes to compare the prices of different quality products. It is used on both the Physical Market and the Spot Market.
Other fields in the North Sea include:
Magnus, Gulfaks, N.Alwin, Troll, Frigg, Bruce, Heimdal, lClaymore, Piper, Sleiner, Forties ...

Brent

A type of sweet crude oil that is used as a benchmark for the prices of other crude oils. The brent... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/brent.htm?id=12631&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of brent'>more</a>
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Brent

Brent imperfect & past participle of Bren . Burnt. [ Obsolete]
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Brent

Brent noun [ Confer Brant .] A brant. See Brant .
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Brent

• (n.) A brant. See Brant. • (imp. & p. p.) of Brenne • (a.) Alt. of Brant • (imp. & p. p.) Burnt.
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Brent

outer borough of London, on the northwestern perimeter of the metropolis. It is part of the historic county of Middlesex. Edgware Road, on the line ...
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Brent

Brent, outer borough (1991 pop. 226,100) of Greater London, SE England. The area is a rail and industrial center. Its manufactures include automobile parts, clocks and watches, and electrical equipment. At Wembley is a large sports stadium that was originally built for the British Empire Exposition ...
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Brent

Outer borough of northwest Greater London. It includes the suburbs of Wembley and Willesden. Features Wembley Stadium (1923); the Kilburn State Cinema (1937), the largest cinema in Europe when built; Brent Cross shopping centre (1976), first regional shopping centre in Europe; Neasden Temple (1995), the largest Hindu temple outside Indi...
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Brent

Brent is a relatively light oil, produced by mixing the outputs of 19 oil fields in the North Sea. It is registered on the London stock exchange. Despite its limited production volume, the market price of Brent (along with West Texas Intermediate - WTI) serves as an international reference price.
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Brent

Brent is an English name for boys. The meaning is `hill, mount` The name Brent is most commonly given to Flemish boys. (22 times more often than to American boys.) What do they use in other countries? Brentley (English) Brently The name sounds like: Bryent, Barend, Bernt, Berend, Brand, Brandt, Brantt, Brannt, Bryant, Briant See also: Brant
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Brent

Brent is an Old English place name and surname. The place name can be from Celtic words meaning `holy one` (if it refers to the River Brent), or `high place,` literally, `from a steep hill` (if it refers to the villages in Somerset and Devon, England) (Mills 1991). The surname often indicates that one`s ancestors lived in a place called Bre...
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