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How To Navigate OPEC's Oil Market Manipulation?

13.09.2016, 09:27:00 ч.

Last week, Saudi Arabia and Russia caused a spike in oil prices at the G20 summit. Oil ministers from the two countries met privately on the sidelines of the meeting to discuss stabilizing the oil market, which is ironic considering what happened next.

Russia is only a bit player in oil talks

08.09.2016, 08:58:00 ч.

- Putin talks up possibility of production freeze ahead of Algiers conference - Reality is Russia struggling to get on negotiating table at Opec-dominated summit - Rigidity of Russian production methods means it can't switch quotas easily - Russian energy minister Novak's comments somewhat at odds with Putin

Clinton slams Trump for commenting on Fed policies

07.09.2016, 09:12:00 ч.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton criticized Republican rival Donald Trump on Tuesday for making comments about the Federal Reserve's monetary policies, which she said should be off-limits for U.S. presidents and presidential candidates.

Euro may leave the FX market sidelines

30.08.2016, 09:07:00 ч.

In a year dominated by sterling’s decline, the yen’s rise and the dollar’s weakness, little impression has been made by the euro — although that may be about to change.

Rising Libor And Gold

26.08.2016, 08:49:00 ч.

On Monday, Libor hit a 7-year high. What does it mean for the Fed’s stance and the gold market? The London Interbank Offered Rate based on the U.S. dollar has recently been rising, as one can see in the chart below.

Post-Brexit UK consumers are oddly rational

19.08.2016, 10:29:00 ч.

British consumers are spending, even though an economist might say they shouldn’t be. Surprisingly strong retail sales data for July seems to contradict other figures since UK voters opted to leave the European Union. Business activity in the UK’s vital services sector, for example, has fallen at its sharpest rate since 2009.

Oil Rebounds On Output Freeze Speculations

10.08.2016, 09:08:00 ч.

WTI crude oil edged higher on Tuesday with prices clipping above $43 as the ongoing talks by some OPEC members over a potential freeze on output generated speculative boosts in oil prices. Regardless of these short term gains, Oil remains fundamentally bearish and could be poised for steeper decline as the persistent oversupply fears haunt investor attraction. With concerns still elevated over a potential decline in demand amid slowing global growth most upside gains observed in oil could be capped. The terrible combination of oversupply woes and fears that demand may be waning could provide a foundation for bears to send WTI crude to unseen levels. From a technical standpoint, bears need to break below $42 for a steeper decline towards $40.

Can Japan Handle The Rising Yen?

28.07.2016, 09:04:00 ч.

Before the Bank of Japan’s two-day policy meeting, the yen traded higher against a basket of currencies on Tuesday session.

Yuan Set To Become 3rd Largest World Currency

27.07.2016, 09:18:00 ч.

Due to talk of a growth in reserves and a slowing in the growth of the world economy, the price of oil remains under pressure and dropped to $44.6 from $45.9 per barrel of Brent. Tuesday morning saw a slight rise to $44.9, but this is nothing. The price of oil has therefore returned to the price it was at at the beginning of May, with a significant support sitting close to $43.3. This evening we may see a correction due to the API oil reserve coming out.

Foreign buying driving up Russian debt

19.07.2016, 09:26:00 ч.

• Russian debt posts a marginal rise in H1'16 • Central bank report shows reserve requirements met • Telecom firms to foot bill for surveillance plans