With interest in production inkjet printing surging across all sectors of the industry, it’s a good idea to take stock (pun intended) of the substrates that will — and in some cases will not — work with the process. Paper is paper, and making sheets and rolls for production inkjet presses isn’t radically different from making them for conventional equipment. Where the two types part company is in their respective interactions with machines and ink: a distinction that has given rise to new types of inkjet papers and a better understanding of how to print successfully with them.
Oil futures slipped Friday, leaving the U.S. benchmark on track for a loss of more than 5% for the week, as signs of a weakening global economy play out against still robust levels of production.
The weekly drop was fueled by Thursday’s sharp retreat, which came amid worries about energy demand, a stronger dollar that makes U.S.-priced commodities less attractive, and reports that Libya could soon increase production. China-U.S. trade uncertainty and a vulnerable stock market are adding to the worrisome economic picture highlighted by oil bears.
more at source: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-oil-benchmark-on-track-for-a-5-weekly-slide-2019-02-08