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La crisis energética mundial: ¿cuándo disminuirá y qué significa para el petróleo?
A medida que las economías se recuperaban del golpe de la pandemia, el aumento de la demanda, combinado con una contracción de la oferta, hizo tambalear los mercados de energía. Los precios del petróleo y el gas subieron a máximos de varios años antes de caer. ¿Se aliviará la crisis energética en 2022? ¿Y qué significará esto para los precios del petróleo?
El crudo sube mientras la UE revela un plan para prohibir las importaciones de petróleo ruso
El plan hará que el suministro ruso de petróleo crudo se elimine gradualmente dentro de seis meses y los productos crudos para fin de año.
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.
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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.
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.
European Open: Gold Considers Its Latest Breakout
A weak NFP print resulted in a weaker dollar and stronger gold prices. Now consolidating beneath the July high, it shows the potential for another breakout.
European Open: Beijing Targets Gamers, EUR/GBP Coils Below August High
China’s share markets were lower overnight as video gamers below 18 now face a 3-hour weekly limit as part of the latest government crackdown.
Asian Open: Vaccine Approval Boosts Sentiment, Gold Breaks Higher
News that the FDA had fully approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine helped stocks to extend Friday’s rally, whilst USD weakness saw commodity FX dominate the session.
European Open: Shares Post Gains, RBNZ Stand Pat, UK CPI Up Next
Bears were fewer and far between overnight at selling abated and allowed indices to rise against recent moves. And, despite the hype, RBNZ did indeed hold rates.
Asian Open: Confidence Knock Weighs on The Dollar
A surprise drop in consumer confidence on Friday saw the US dollar trade broadly lower. And it’s likely something the Fed will take into account for any policy tightening.
Asian Open: Equities Rise on Lower Jobless Claims, 70.0 Key for WTI
Wall Street looked at the bright side of falling unemployment claims and looked past the much weaker-than-expected ADP report, ahead of today’s NFP.
Asian Open: S&P 500 Closed to a Record High, Copy That ASX 200?
The S&P 500 was the stronger performer on Wall Street overnight to close at a new high. Today we’ll find out if the ASX 200 (XJO) can follow suit.
European Open: Asian Equities Falter, FTSE to Open below 7,000
APAC shares were broadly lower overnight as regulatory concerns weighed on the region. Yet whilst the FTSE is set to open lower it still shows bullish potential.
[Video] Brent Probes $73, Platinum Back Below 200-day eMA (PENN)
Whilst dollar strength is weighing on commodity prices, oil also faces the fallout of OPEC members which has so far resulted with a -6% decline over two days.
Asian Open: Wall Street Sets New Highs After FOMC-Minutes
With mixed comments among Fed members, it lacked the clarity traders wanted to hear to be construed as another step towards tapering.
Asian Open: Risk-Off Ahead of FOMC Minutes as OPEC+ Cancels
The cancellation of the OPEC+ meeting ahead of FOMC minutes proved too much for sentiment, seeing USD, JPY and bond prices higher whilst commodities, equities and yields fell.
Asian Open: Consumer and Job confidence Lifts Wall Street
US indices rose to new highs on the back of domestic data, looking past the risk-off tone generated in Asia as the COVID-19 Delta variant weighed on sentiment for FX.
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European Open: Appetite for Risk Hangs in Balance Around the Fed
Wall Street’s recovery spilled over to Asian trade today, with most major benchmarks across the region in the green. But whether sentiment can remain buoyant through a week of Fed members speaking remains to be seen.
Asian Open: The Dollar Retreats, Equities Pare Earlier Losses
It was a pivotal day for markets as the dollar reversed course, allowing stocks, commodities and bond yields to rise.
Asian Open: Equities On The Ropes Following Bullard’s Comments
During an interview with CNBC, the Fed’s James Bullard spooked equity traders who had until then taken the hawkish FOMC meeting within their stride.
European Open: Volatility Takes a Breather Overnight, UK Retail Sales Up Next
Markets were a lot calmer during Asian trade after what was one of the most volatile sessions in FX markets this year.
Asian Open: Dollar Dominates and Equities Fall on Hawkish Fed
Well, the Fed didn’t wait for the Jackson hole symposium to turn hawkish (from a very dovish base), sending equities, commodities lower and the US dollars higher.
European Open: Japan’s Exports Rise to Four-Decade High
Japan’s exports rose a whopping 49.6% YoY after a rebound in shipments helped remove a bottleneck from the supply chain.