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Oil prices are going nuclear as President Donald Trump pulled out of the Iranian nuclear accord creating a new risk dynamic for global oil markets. […]

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Oil prices surged closing at above $70 a barrel for the first time in three and a half years, only to have a nuclear meltdown […]

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Oil prices face a day of reckoning as the U.S. decides whether it will remain in the Iranian nuclear accord, and the realization is that […]

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Oil prices are walking a tight rope as attempts to break out in either direction this week have failed. More questions and less answers. The oil […]

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The West Coast saw a huge crude oil build, but for traders the left coast is sometimes the left-out coast. Barrels out west are sometime […]

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Old Lies. The Energy Report 05/02/18

On May 2, 2018 - 7:30 AM By

Oil prices fell back yesterday as most oil traders agreed that Iran lied about their nuclear ambitions but really, they were old lies that we […]

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Iran lied. Big time. Oil prices were fading before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced he was going to share “significant development” on the Iranian […]

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Step Back. The Energy Report 04/30/18

On April 30, 2018 - 7:21 AM By

Oil prices are taking a step back on Monday as an increase in rig counts and a drop-in supply in Cushing Oklahoma and a perceived […]

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Oil prices are staying strong despite a strong dollar and unfolding stories about geopolitical risk. While the risk remains high that President Trump will pull […]

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President Donald Trump says that no one knows what he will do about the insane and ridiculous Iranian nuclear accord, but he said to French […]

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President Trump said the Iran Nuclear deal was insane and ridiculous, yet that does not necessarily mean that he is going to back out of […]

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While oil reacts to geopolitical headlines with more vim and vigor the real reason that this market is more sensitive to these headlines is because […]

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