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When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, markets shoot into the air like fireworks or fall like a dud. Natural gas provided traders with fireworks while crude oil was more like a dud as the Brexit vote is […]

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While global stock markets rebounded on the post Brexit vote under the assumption that this will be a long drawn out process, it is clear no one has a clue how this Brexit thing is going to unfold. No one has a plan, not even the leave camp. What is clear is that it will […]

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What Brexit? The Energy Report 06/29/16

On June 29, 2016 - 7:59 AM By

It looks like global markets want to put Brexit behind them. Yet despite a significant rebound, the bond yields and the gold market suggests we have not had the last panic on Brexit just yet. On one hand the rise in gold and the drop in global security yields seem to suggest that there is […]

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After the Brexit bash, global markets are trying to steady themselves as the historic shock waves of the Brexit vote will continue to cause unease in global markets. The fact that Brexit will actually happen anytime soon is allowing the market to try to act more normal even as everything in the world has changed. […]

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Regrets? They Have a few? The hangover continues from the Brexit vote and global markets have a headache. While crude oil is trying to shake off the Brexit shock, it is having a hard time even though the supply and demand fundamentals are much tighter right now than almost anyone could have predicted. With falling […]

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Brexit Bash. The Energy Report 06/24/16

On June 24, 2016 - 8:02 AM By

Oil prices got bashed as the UK shocked the world by voting to leave the EU. The bookies had it wrong and the reverberations were felt around the world.  Gold surged to a 2 year high. The Dollar had the biggest one day up move since the Iranian revolution in 1978. And oil tanked as […]

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Oil prices sold off on Brexit fears and discrepancies on total oil supply between the Energy Information Administration Supply Report (EIA) and the American Petroleum Institute (API) report. This happened despite falling U.S. oil production and record breaking gasoline demand. The EIA reported crude oil fell by only 900,000 barrel last week. That was a […]

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Morning Softs. 06/22/16

On June 22, 2016 - 9:10 AM By

COTTON
General Comments: Cotton closed lower on better tan expected crop condition ratings from USDA. The hot and dry weather has not affected the Morning Softs crops much year. Deliveries are just a round the corner Deliveries could be bigger as the deliverable stocks keep getting bigger. Cotton is a hearty crop, but the […]

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Sometimes bookies come in handy. According to the bookies in London, the odds of the UK staying in the EU is over 80%. While the bets against a Brexit seem to be gaining momentum, the oil market is grappling with a surprise drop in supply and potentially more supply risk in Nigeria. The American Petroleum […]

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The front month natural gas contract hit a new high for the year just as the summer solstice was about to begin. Record high temperatures in southern California and the American southwest are already raising fears about natural gas shortages. California is warning about emergency measures and talking about rolling blackouts and we have not […]

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Brexit Battle. The Energy Report 06/20/16

On June 20, 2016 - 10:03 AM By

Oil price bounce as the trade looks to a Brexit poll that suggests the “stay” campaign may be gaining momentum. It is becoming clear that if the UK votes to stay, then oil prices should move much higher. Sure, it might have moved even higher still if it were not for the Brexit drama but […]

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Senseless. The Energy Report 06/17/16

On June 17, 2016 - 8:15 AM By

Brexit worries turned into sorrow after the senseless, sad and tragic killing of Jo Cox, a member of the British Parliament. It was grievous respite to the increasingly emotional and heated debate over whether or not the UK will leave the Euro Zone. Helen Joanne “Jo” Cox was a British Labor Party MP who was […]

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