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Trade Talks Buoy Markets, but U.S. Production Growth Looms

By: Mike Dombroski / Posted on: January 8, 2019

The U.S. and China conclude their two-day trade talks in Beijing today with President Trump tweeting this morning “Talks with China are going very well!” This tweet and word that China had their top trade official, Liu He, attend the talks early this week have boosted equity and oil markets along with it as February WTI trades higher today to $49.42/barrel despite growing U.S. oil production.

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New Year’s Volatility Resolution?

By: Peter Haralambakis / Posted on: January 3, 2019

Another commodity trading year is upon us and New Year’s resolutions across the western hemisphere are cloaked with purpose and resoluteness.  Many have vowed to exercise more, eat healthy and save money.  Even though only about 8 percent of these New Year’s resolution ambitionists persevere with their said goals, it is nonetheless a feeling of excitement and optimism of what might be.  Market participants in the energy sector are most likely seeking that same sensation of excitement for less volatility and more stable prices, more clarity in supply/demand across the globe, transparency with trade talks/tariffs, pellucidity with Iran sanctions and possibly a reverse course in actions to avoid a further global slowdown or even a recession.  If, however, the first 2 trading days of 2019 for the WTI futures contract for February delivery price action is any indication of what lies ahead, we are in for more of the same rollercoaster ride of uncertainty, high volatility and event risk price movements.  The first trading day of the year brought on an intraday range of $3.43 a barrel or a 7.18% intraday move.  Today, as of 12:30pm EST, we have already seen a 4.51% move or a $2.14 a barrel intraday trading range.

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The Game of Chess Continues

By: Pam Corn / Posted on: December 3, 2018

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What In The World?

By: Sam Klein / Posted on: November 8, 2018

As we approach the holidays, here are a few things oil and gas companies are juggling:

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Is the bullish demand facing weakness?

By: Pam Corn / Posted on: November 5, 2018

Since the start of November, the two-year bull-run in the energy sector is facing one of its biggest challenges. Within the oil market universe, there are growing concerns of a global economic slowdown and oil demand following suit as the continued price collapse, almost 15%, from its October highs.

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