Tag: WTI crude

Oil Jumps After Saudi Vows To Retaliate Against Any ‘Punitive Measures’ Over Journalist Disappearance

| October 16, 2018 | 0 Comments
Oil Jumps After Saudi Vows To Retaliate Against Any ‘Punitive Measures’ Over Journalist Disappearance

WTI Crude prices are up around 2% in the early Sunday trading after Saudi Arabia appears to be now attempting to go on the offensive and is lashing out as it does damage control in the aftermath of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged murder inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul nearly two weeks ago. What likely sparked […]

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Commodity Crash- A Warning Sign For Stocks?

| September 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Commodity Crash- A Warning Sign For Stocks?

Commodity Crash: Buyer Beware? No doubt about it, the commodity crash of the past year has been harsh and unforgiving.  The majority of hard assets have sunk to multi-year lows thanks to a host of market specific factors. Energy, metals, softs- they’ve all been hit hard. To get an overall idea of how commodities have […]

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Crude Oil: How Low Will It Go?

| October 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Crude Oil:  How Low Will It Go?

Crude bears are quickly coming out of hibernation… As energy investors are fully aware, bulls have been in control of oil prices for most of the summer.  Multiple Middle East uncertainties pumped a massive fear premium into the crude market starting in early July.  The essential commodity shot to $112 a barrel when Chicken Little […]

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Will Bernanke Pull Another Fast One On The Markets Today?

| July 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Will Bernanke Pull Another Fast One On The Markets Today?

Ben Bernanke goes before Congress today for his annual testimony on the US economy.   Of course, investors will be examining every word, facial expression, hand gesture, etc. for clues concerning his quantitative easing plans. As you’re likely aware, recent talk about whether the Fed will or won’t taper bond purchases has kept commodity investors on […]

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