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Posts tagged 'Oil Prices'

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks nurse record monthly gains ahead of ECB

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 850 Views No comments

* Gilead's remdesivir shows promise in clinical trial

* MSCI world stocks heads for best month on record

* Major currencies in holding patter

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares jump on coronavirus treatment hopes, oil soars

By Thomson Reuters 3 months ago 784 Views No comments

* Fed leaves rates near zero, sees virus risks lingering

* MSCI global stock index up over 2%

* Gilead: remdesivir trials show improvement fo

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Europe suffers worst day since 2016 as virus spreads, Wall Street opens ugly

By Thomson Reuters 5 months ago 1103 Views No comments

(Updates levels throughout after U.S. open)

* European stocks tumble, Italy down over 4% after virus spread

* 10-year Treasury yields rally t

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Recipe for Higher Gold Prices: Cutting Rates and Rising Oil - Nathan McDonald (19/09/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 10 months ago 5577 Views No comments

As expected, the Federal Reserve, led by Chairman Powell, cut interest rates for the second time since July of this year, signalling their belief that the markets as a whole remain unstable and the future unpredictable.

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Nearing the Tipping Point: Tensions With Iran Threaten Global Trade - Nathan McDonald (24/07/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 4538 Views 1 comment

This is not good for anyone. Tensions are rapidly escalating, the situation in the Straight of Hormuz is spiraling out of control, and we are incredibly close to crossing the Rubicon.

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Crude Oil Possibly Setting Up for a Big Downside move - Chris Vermeulen (11/7/2018)

By Chris Vermeulen 2 years ago 2552 Views No comments

Traders need to be aware of this potential move because it could coincide with other news related to foreign markets/economies as well as supply/demand issues throughout the rest of this year.

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Signs and Portents - Jeff Nielson (8/5/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 3 years ago 11931 Views No comments

There is going to be a massive economic cataclysm across (at least) the Western world, and it will include horrific crashes in a number of bubble markets. Not only has this been explained often to regular readers, but astute individuals will have easily drawn this conclusion on their own.

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The NEW U.S. Economic Mythology - Jeff Nielson (27/2/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 3 years ago 12580 Views 2 comments

Are high oil prices “good for the economy”? Of course not. But that’s what we’re being told. We’re told that higher oil prices are good for us because there is “not enough inflation”. That’s also a lie. Why is the Corporate media now trying to pass off these two lies together? As a matter of fact, it’s to cover up even more lies.

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