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Oil unlikely to hold rebound as recession fears intensify
A sharp slowdown in the global economy is now inevitable…
Oil prices rally again, piles further misery on lira
Rising oil prices have been great news for oil producers and bad for almost everyone else, not least turkey.
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The global energy crisis - when will it abate and what does it mean for oil?
As economies recovered from the pandemic hit, soaring demand, combined with a supply crunch sent energy markets reeling. Oil and gas prices surged to multi-year highs before falling. Will the energy crisis ease in 2022? And what will this mean for oil prices?
OPEC+ set for existing deal despite China, overcompliance concerns
The OPEC and its allies (OPEC+) are continuing to slowly relax the output cuts they introduced in 2020
Crude rallies as EU unveils plan to ban Russian oil imports
The plan will see Russian supply of crude oil phased out within six months and crude products by the end of the year
Crude Oil jumps as Germany says ok to oil embargo
As the EU prepares for an embargo of Russian oil, price has gone bid.
Oil off 7-year highs, $100 still in sight, Nord Stream 2 halted
Oil has eased from 7 year highs. Energy supply disruption fears remain front and central as Germany puts the brakes on Nord Stream 2. US - Iran talks nearing the end game.
OPEC Preview: Is Oil on its way to $100 even with a 400,000bpd increase?
With geopolitical tensions building in Russia, even an “as expected” result may not be able to keep oil prices from continuing to rise.
WTI Crude and Brent Crude break out to highest levels since 2014
Demand is robust and OPEC+ continues to have supply issues from some member countries. Will this allow oil to continue higher?
European Open: Equities bounce on Omicron fatigue
There’s only so much misery traders can take, and that appears to be 3-day given how futures markets and Asian indices are all higher overnight.
European Open: Brent Looks to Reclaim $84.0
Oil prices were higher overnight after Aramco raised their official selling price for crude, helping brent to rise to a 2-day high.
With OPEC leaving output unchanged, what’s next for USD/CAD?
As demand for energy increases and OPEC supply remains constant, WTI and Brent oil prices should continue to increase as USD/CAD continues to decrease
What is driving the U.K. fuel panic and what comes next for BP?
Covid, amongst other things, has highlighted the delicate nature of global supply chains built for efficiencies over reliability.
European Open: Social Democrats Narrowly Win German Election
After a very close contest, the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) narrowly won the German election, putting them in power for the first time in 16 years. Well, kind of.
Asian Open: Traders Increase Net-Long USD Exposure to Post-Pandemic High
Traders are now net-long the USD by US $13.4 billion according to data compiled by IMM, which its most bullish level since March 2020.
European Open: Brent breaks $77, FTSE on Track for Bullish Week
Oil prices remained firm overnight, which saw WTI and brent touch new multi-week high. Yet with key resistance overhead, we may see a retracement ahead of the weekend.
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European Open: Remember Evergrande? It Just Rallied 33%
That’s no typo either. At time of writing the Chinese Property Developer, which struck markets with fears of contagion this week, is on track for its best day ever.
European Open: Volatility Hints at an Upside Break for the S&P 500
A volatile candle seen during yesterday’s session has us on guard for a potential bullish breakout on the S&P 500 futures market today.
European Open: Weak China Data Weighs on Sentiment
A slew of data for China missed the mark to send equity markets across the region low, and send inflows into the Japanese yen as a safety play.
Asian Open: Worst session for the ASX 200 in 4-Months
Falling nearly 2%, it wasn’t a great day to be long the ASX 200. The question now is whether it was a mere blip in its uptrend or the turning of the tide.
European Open: China’s PPI Hits 13-Year High, FTSE Bears Eye 7k
Despite attempts from Beijing to curb rising commodity prices, material costs have continued to soar and push producer prices to their highest level since 2008.
Asian Open: Dollar Rallies from 200-day eMA, Metals Feel the Heat
With trading volumes replenished as US traders returned to their desks, they were quick to bid the dollar as growth concerns lingered and weighed on risk appetite.