Posts by: Phil Flynn

June Boom. The Energy Report 05/21/19

On May 21, 2019 - 3:03 PM By

Oil prices that have consolidated higher in May, may just run away in June. Oil, shaking off fears of a trade war and slowing demand […]

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The oil market is once again trying to balance the risks to supply versus the risks to demand. On the Sunday night reopening, we started […]

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Fielding Risks

On May 16, 2019 - 3:35 PM By

With so many pressures on American farmers- the trade war, weather, and flooding- sometimes you still need to worry about what else could go wrong. […]

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The risks are not going away. Oil prices shook off a bearish Energy Information Administration supply report to again price in the most significant risk […]

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Oil prices may be down on a big build in supply but the overall risk to supply is higher than it has been in years. […]

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Geo-political risks to oil are at a new level. Even as the oil market eased off the reports that four Saudi oil vessels were attacked […]

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Sabotage. The Energy Report 05/13/19

On May 13, 2019 - 7:54 AM By

Oil prices ignored trade war fears and instead focused on increasing risks to supply. Reuters reports that the UAE said on Sunday that four commercial […]

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Oil prices were battered amid tweets and tariffs and a lot of crazy tariff misconceptions. Increased U.S. tariffs went into effect at 12:01 eastern time last […]

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Projectiles from North Korea, Trump saying that China broke the U.S.-China trade deal and, oh yeah, a very bullish Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that […]

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Oil is trying to stand tall against the onslaught of trade war fears and a report that showed oil supply rising. The American Petroleum Institute […]

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Oil backtracked after the U.S. said China backtracked on previous trade commitments causing global markets to stop and drop in their tracks. First it was […]

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You can’t beat the impact of a Presidential tweet. Forget missiles flying in North Korea or missiles flying from terror groups into Israel. It’s all […]

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