Oil traded near multi-month lows on Thursday with Brent under $50 a barrel as a supply glut persisted despite record U.S. refinery runs, and little sign of any reduction in production. Brent crude futures were down 30 cents at $49.29 a barrel after dipping to $49.02 on Wednesday, the lowest since Jan. 30. U.S. crude was down 46 cents at $44.69 a barrel at 1052 GMT, just off an intraday low of $44.55. "Prices are likely to consolidate or weaken further," Carsten Fritsch, an oil analyst at Commerzbank, said. "The perception is that over-supply will be there for much longer."
In early celebration of Election Day, DMN has compiled the best election-inspired marketing campaigns.
Election Day is officially two weeks away. The day will not only determine the next US president, but will also be the culmination of a nearly two-year long campaign season that has produced some of the most memorable moments in US political history.
From press conferences, to debates, to leaked audio, the US presidential campaign process became a veritable hashtag generator. Brands and companies joined in on the action, by creating election-inspired marketing campaigns on social media and television.
Jet Blue, with help from the MullenLowe agency, launched the “Reach Across the Aisle” marketing campaign in February. The campaign, inspired by the “contentious” nature of the US presidential campaign season, attempted to create a unified agreement by reaching across the aisle and deciding on a destination.
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