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Turkish Bath. The Energy Report 08/14/18

On August 15, 2018 - 6:41 AM By

The oil and petroleum markets took a Turkish bath yesterday, but in doing so it may have washed out the bearishness and put in our […]

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Oil prices are trying to balance the risks to oil supply versus the risks to demand. The risk to the demand side of the equation […]

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Global stock markets are rattled as the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, runs his economy into the ground raising contagion fear surrounding other European […]

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Even in long-term bull markets, you are going to have a day like yesterday. Oil and products crashed down to major support as it was […]

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While the market starts to come to grips with the new sanctions on Iran and a larger than expected crude draw, as reported by the […]

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Oil prices are on the rise as President Trump warns the world that anyone trading with Iran will not be trading with the USA. That […]

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Oil prices are rising. We have a falling U.S. oil rig count and a surprise drop in Saudi oil production, against a backdrop of increasing […]

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Snap back after a whack give a dog a bone, this old man comes rolling home. It looked doomy  and gloomy on oil for a […]

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The U.S. petroleum markets were just trying to adjust to a surprise increase in U.S. crude supply, when a Wall Street Journal report said that […]

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Oil prices are back under pressures as there are reports that the U.S. is looking to more than double tariffs on China, as well as […]

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Oil prices which were on the rise on concerns of tightening supply, and growing desperation that the loss of Iranian oil supplies would not be […]

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Oil prices are stuck between a rock and a range with seasonal weakness, as well as the promise of more oil production, is alleviating fears […]

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