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Posts tagged 'Oil'

Clouds Gather for Oil, Stocks, and Gold in the Short-Term - David Brady (June 26, 2020)

By David Brady 17 days ago 31671 Views No comments

Beginning with the fundamental backdrop, we’re seeing an increasing number of headlines and States signaling a resurgence of COVID-19, or “Wave 2”, and talk of renewed lockdowns. This comes on the heels of the Fed’s taper of liquidity, which I discussed last week. This spells disaster for the economy and a double whammy for stocks.

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Global stocks drop as investors shun risk on coronavirus fears

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 329 Views No comments

U.S. stock futures and several Asian shares fell in choppy trade on Wednesday, as worries about the coronavirus pandemic eclipsed hopes broad policy support would combat the economic fallout of the outbreak.

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Stocks, oil sliding again in "irrevocably changed" markets

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 280 Views No comments

Global stocks stumbled back into the red on Wednesday with Wall Street futures pointing to more losses ahead as fears over the coronavirus fallout eclipsed large-scale support measures rolled out by policymakers around the globe.

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Stocks shaky after worst crash since 'Black Monday'

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 269 Views No comments

World share markets and oil prices struggled to shake off their coronavirus fears on Tuesday after Wall Street's worst rout since the Black Monday crash of 1987.

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Crude Oil May Not Find Support Above $60 This Time - Chris Vermeulen (18/07/2018)

By Chris Vermeulen 2 years ago 6640 Views No comments

Crude Oil has been a major play for some traders over the past few months. With price, rotation ranges near $5~$7 and upside pressure driving a price assent from below $45 to nearly $75 peaks. This upside price move has been tremendous.

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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 2549 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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Greg Weldon: China’s Gold/Oil Play; The War on History Takes an Alarming Turn - MoneyMetals (25/10/2017)

By MoneyMetals 3 years ago 34502 Views No comments

Greg Weldon talks China, gold, oil, and more with Money Metals on this week's podcast.

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