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In a world gone wild with no foreign policy that makes sense and no domestic policy either. The administration after pinpointing a refuge in Alaska against the State’s wishes now is proposing an offshore Oil operation in the Atlantic. From Virginia to Georgia while a less populated and less traveled (traffic) in Alaska makes more [...]

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Financials: Mar. Bonds are currently 1 lower at 149’16, 10 Year Notes fractionally higher at 129’21.5 and 5 Yr. Notes unchanged at 120’18.2. If you were a seller in Bonds in the 150’15 area either take profits or lower your buy stop to the 150’06 level ahead of the FOMC early this afternoon. We still [...]

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Cease Fire? The Energy Report 1/28/15

On January 28, 2015 - 7:50 AM By

Is OPEC getting ready to declare a cease fire in the oil production wars? OPEC Secretary-General Abdullah al-Badri said that a bottom in oil may be near and high level rumors of meetings between OPEC and Non-OPEC members are creating speculation that there may be some type of agreement in the works to curtail production. [...]

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Here & Now | Boston NPR The Obama Administration today is proposing opening up parts of the Eastern seaboard to offshore drilling, while at the same time proposing a ban on drilling along some parts of Alaska’s Arctic coast. Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson talks with Phil Flynn, an energy market analyst with Price Futures [...]

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By Christine Buurma | Bloomberg Natural gas futures climbed in New York as a winter storm brought frigid weather to the Northeast, boosting heating demand. A “crippling and historic blizzard” will dump snow on central and eastern New England throughout the day and overnight, the National Weather Service in Taunton, Massachusetts, said in an advisory at 8:51 [...]

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AS the Blizzard of 15 continues to pound the Northeast, NYC and Boston ban road travel. New Yorker’s were told to stay off the sidewalks and the subways are shut. The lack of volume and fears of a leftist victory in Greece would bring a fresh crisis to the Euro-zone seemed to be shrugged off [...]

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Junk In Junk Out. The Energy Report 1/27/15

On January 27, 2015 - 8:17 AM By

Russia gets a downgrade to junk and UK growth misses expectations as the Obama administration once again moves against the U.S. energy revival while continuing to take credit for the oil revolution that he opposes. Still with rig counts plunging and a lot of bad news out of the way, oil is attempted to build [...]

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BY BARANI KRISHNAN AND SAMANTHA SUNNE | Reuters Oil prices were up for a second straight day on Monday ahead of the first major snowstorm expected this year in the U.S. Northeast. Gains were limited, however, by the absence of any market disruption in top oil exporter Saudi Arabia after King Abdullah’s death. An 11-year [...]

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How to trade the historic blizzard

On January 26, 2015 - 2:56 PM By

Evelyn Cheng | CNBC The historic blizzard bearing down on the East Coast will likely be bullish for energy and public utility firms, if the past is any guide. Those energy-related stocks tended to outperform in the five trading days after four inches or more of snow fell within 24 hours in the New York [...]

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It is estimated that over 2 billion chicken wings will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday. That means 1 billion chickens gave the ultimate sacrifice for our munching pleasure. It occurred to me…. Does PETA know about this? Of course all they would care about was whether they were caged or free range chickens. And [...]

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By Barani Krishnan and Samantha Sunne | Reuters Oil prices were up for a second straight day on Monday ahead of the first major snowstorm expected this year in the U.S. Northeast. Gains were limited, however, by the absence of any market disruption in top oil exporter Saudi Arabia after King Abdullah’s death. An 11-year [...]

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No I was not attributing to spring vacation’s girls gone wild. The Russians are further showing signs of brutal aggression in the Ukraine. This is almost six the day then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Levrov with Reset button of course the gift had an incorrect translation which implied hostility, [...]

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