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Saudis Send Oil Markets A Message

29.11.2016, 09:00:00 ч.

Oil prices dropped by 2 dollars a barrel on light volume after Saudi Arabia refused to attend a meeting with non-OPEC members over the weekend.

OPEC Playing The Market

17.11.2016, 09:13:00 ч.

The oil market rebounded after 3 consecutive losing days, from a weekly low of $42.20 today see’s the price reach over $46 per barrel.

OPEC Oil Production Negotiations: Where Things Stand Now

04.11.2016, 09:07:00 ч.

The most recent news in the months-long production-freeze dance between OPEC countries has apparently led to an ultimate goal to cut OPEC production by a total of 200,000 to 700,000 barrels per day from current levels. The talks have also yielded a dispensation from OPEC, led by Saudi Arabia, for three countries to set their production levels at their 2016 highs while other countries cut. OPEC apparently agrees to exemptions for Libya, Nigeria, and Iran, because each of these nations have faced geopolitical conflicts hurting their oil production and economies. However, the disagreements do not end there.

BOE Likely To Keep Easing Bias Through Brexit-Negotiations

02.11.2016, 09:04:00 ч.

After many rumours, lots of criticism and ahead of the upcoming Bank of England (BoE) meeting on Thursday, BoE Governor Mark Carney announced he will extend his term until the end of June 2019.

Are Foreign Investors Done Selling Japanese Equities?

01.11.2016, 09:06:00 ч.

Foreign investors were significant buyers of Japanese stocks in the early days of Abenomics. In 2012 and 2013, foreign investors bought JPY3.62 trillion of Japanese shares. They were still small buyers in 2014 (JPY178 bln), but last year they were sellers for the first full year since 2011.

Can The Chinese Government Rein In Its Housing Bubble?

17.10.2016, 09:13:00 ч.

If you asked a random passerby to name three Chinese cities, you’d probably hear “Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong.” The southeastern city of Shenzhen doesn’t have much name recognition in the West. But it should.

Fed's primal divide: Is economy overheating or stuck in a rut?

29.09.2016, 09:35:00 ч.

Investors may be expecting a U.S. interest rate increase in December, but Federal Reserve policymakers remain divided over whether the economy is mired in a rut, strong enough to withstand an immediate hike or hovering somewhere in between.

Deutsche Bank has airbags – but only one matters

28.09.2016, 09:39:00 ч.

Several factors argue against Deutsche Bank getting into serious distress. But only one matters. Chancellor Angela Merkel would have to be either brave or foolish to let Germany’s biggest bank by assets fail.

Will The Fed Provide The Catalyst Gold Needs To Move Higher?

20.09.2016, 09:13:00 ч.

As summer transitions into autumn, there seems to be little change in the sentiment for gold, which continues to remain range-bound on the daily chart, still transfixed within the Brexit candle of late June. Setting aside the issue of the Fed for a moment, what can we conclude from the technical and fundamental picture for the precious metal?

Americans blame Washington gridlock for slow economic growth

15.09.2016, 10:38:00 ч.

Americans blame political gridlock in Washington for the country's declining economic competitiveness and hold both Democrats and Republicans responsible, a Harvard Business School study released on Wednesday found.