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Fed Up. The Energy Report 8/31/15

On August 31, 2015 - 7:17 AM By

Oil prices are dipping after a 17% weekly rally as Fed speakers put a September interest rate hike back into play and a drop in the Shanghai composite. Stanley Fischer, vice chairman of the Federal Reserve, suggested the recent volatility of global financial markets could cause the Fed to hesitate to raise interest rates, but [...]

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Reality Check. The Energy Report 8/28/15

On August 28, 2015 - 7:56 AM By

Oil ultra bears got hit with a reality check after oil posted its biggest one day snap back since the crazed buying days at the beginning of the frenzy buying of 2008. While there is no doubt that the bear case of ever rising supply is a compelling one, especially if you put it in [...]

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Back to Normal. The Energy Report 8/27/15

On August 27, 2015 - 7:48 AM By

Oil prices are out of the crisis zone, trading back above $40 a barrel and if it closes above there, it may show that the world may not be falling apart. A combination of the strongest rally on Wall Street since 2011 and a rally in China overnight, on some alleged government stock buying, is [...]

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At the end of the day it is all about the end of the day. While oil prices trade below $40 a barrel in crisis market price levels its taking its cue from the beleaguered stock market that can’t hang onto a rally. The world was looking to the U.S. markets to lead the globe [...]

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In the aftermath of the biggest point drop opening in the history of the stock market open oil today is battling back. As European and U.S. stock markets even as china and Japan markets fall the oil market is trying to make a run higher and get out of the $30 handle danger zone. Now [...]

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Crisis Levels. The Energy Report 8/24/15

On August 24, 2015 - 7:13 AM By

Oil prices fall below $40 a barrel signaling that not all is well with the global economy. In a global equity market rout, fear trading has taken hold as traders run to the safe haven of bonds and run from just about everything else. An 8.5% decline on the Shanghai Composite Index is raising fears [...]

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$40 or Bust. The Energy Report 8/21/15

On August 21, 2015 - 7:01 AM By

Oil prices fight to hold $40 a barrel, a level if breeched would more than likely say bad things about the health of the global economy. While there is no doubt that part of the recent sell-off in oil is a production story, the real momentum behind this sell-off are real concerns about demand destruction [...]

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Wash Out. The Energy Report 8/20/15

On August 20, 2015 - 7:00 AM By

Oil prices wash out after the Energy Information Administration (EIA) shows a surprise drop in refinery runs and a lower forecast from that seems to suggest that the pain in the oil market may not be over. The EIA says that “Amid high uncertainty in the global oil market, EIA has lowered crude oil price [...]

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With The BP Whiting Indiana refiner down for the count it seems other refineries may put off maintenance to try to fill that void. Barbara, of Bloomberg News, says that “At least one Midwestern refinery is said to be considering a delay in maintenance work after a slowdown at BP Plc’s plant near Chicago sent [...]

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China Drop. The Energy Report 8/18/15

On August 18, 2015 - 7:43 AM By

Another 6.2% drop in the Shanghai composite helping to drive oil and industrial metals to a six year low only seemed to slow after China pumped 120 billion yuan  or 18.77 billion dollars’ worth of seven-day reverse repurchase agreements, or reverse repos, which are a short-term loans to commercial lenders in the money market. The [...]

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King Glut. The Energy Report 8/17/15

On August 17, 2015 - 7:13 AM By

Oil Prices fall under pressure as weak data out of Japan is rising more fears of a glut of oil. A market that has already priced in fears of a China slowdown is now trying to asses economic fall-out in other consuming nations. This comes after U.S. oil rig counts rise for the 4th week [...]

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When oil started its ignominious drop, in beginning of July, it was mainly because of concerns about a Greek Exit from the Eurozone and a Greek default. When Greece, instead of taking a bailout, decided to put the decision to the vote it created chaos in their economy and across the Eurozone. Now today, as [...]

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