Posts by: Phil Flynn

Mood Shift. The Energy Report 11/25/15

On November 25, 2015 - 8:29 AM By

Oil prices rallied yesterday on the changing perceptions of geo-political risk and the complexation of the market. A few weeks ago the oil market might have viewed the shooting down of a Russian warplane from Turkey as bearish because of the impact it might have on lowering economic activity and travel confidence but instead the […]

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Defending $40.00. The Energy Report 11/24/15

On November 24, 2015 - 7:20 AM By

Oil prices still haven’t closed below $40.00 since the Chinese stock market crash. After a vicious early hour sell-off, oil prices rebounded after filling the gap left from the expiration of the December futures contract and yet another promise by Saudi Arabia to cooperate with other OPEC and non-OPEC producers to stabilize oil prices. Now […]

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Commodity Rout. The Energy Report 11/23/15

On November 23, 2015 - 9:37 AM By

Oil prices are caught up in the commodity rout that has been driven by a rising dollar and concerns about global demand. The dollar is exceeding par against all major currencies on the increasing belief that the Federal Reserve will raise rates in December and fear that the rise in terror attacks will cause many […]

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U.S. driving hits record for September

On November 20, 2015 - 3:23 PM By

By Jarrett Renshaw | Reuters The resurgence in U.S. driving continued with force in September, as motorists logged 259.9 billion road miles, a 4.3 percent bump from last year and the most in the month’s history, according to new data released Friday by the U.S. Department of Transportation The strong September figures contributed to a […]

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Terror Toll. The Energy Report 11/20/15

On November 20, 2015 - 8:34 AM By

Another terror attack is unfolding. While the human cost is unmeasurable, this attack could impact oil prices. The AFP is reporting that a militant attack is underway at one of the largest hotels in Mali. Ten attackers have taken 170 people hostage at the Radisson in the capital Bamako, including 140 guests and 30 members […]

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Global oil demand growth is at almost a 20 year high but will it be enough to sop up the extra oil supply. Global oil demand is up close to 2.0 million barrels a day or 2% growth the fastest pace in 20 years assuming you dismiss demand recovery in the depths of the global […]

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Grain Excitement!

On November 18, 2015 - 12:25 PM By

PRICE Links Video Series Senior Analyst Phil Flynn discusses the recent “pick-up” in grain prices and the factors driving current market volatility in grains and meats with Jack Scoville. Recorded 11/18/2015
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Paris Attacks. The Energy Report 11/18/15

On November 18, 2015 - 7:58 AM By

Oil prices rebounded on reports of a drop in supply and also gained support as Paris police battled overnight to try and capture the scum responsible for the murders in the recent terrorist attack.  An early morning raid on an apartment just outside of Paris believed to be where the alleged “terror mastermind” Abdelhamid Abaaoud, […]

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Reuters | Oil prices rose on Monday after strong losses last week, as Friday’s deadly attacks in Paris raised geopolitical tensions that some said could threaten global oil supply. France carried out air strikes overnight in Syria against Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the Paris attacks, and on Monday called on the United States […]

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Commodities markets summary.

On November 17, 2015 - 7:56 AM By

Trading Room | AAP A summary of trading in key commodities markets overseas: ENERGY Crude prices have pushed higher after US-led coalition jets targeted the Islamic State group’s oil operations in retaliation following the deadly attacks on Paris. The gains were not whole-hearted; early weakness in the market came after Japan, a major importer, reported […]

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Oil prices failed to take out $40.00 a barrel even with global glut fears and concerns about demand in the aftermath of the Paris attacks weigh on the market. Oil is deep in the trough of a bust cycle as U.S. production is topping and critical projects to meet future demand have been delayed or […]

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Terror and Tears. The Energy Report 11/16/15

On November 16, 2015 - 7:10 AM By

Our prayers are with our allies in France as the horrific events against innocents reminds us that we must fiercely continue our resolve to eliminate Islamic extremists. The ISIS attacks in Paris is causing concerns of a wider conflict. There is a  move to safe haven plays in the market and the potential that we […]

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