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3 Feb 28 2011 @ 10:59am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy

File Under: Early Start, Monday Morning

I was fortunate enough to be invited back onto CNBC this morning to discuss the continued unrest in the Middle East, and its subsequent impact on oil prices. Double bonus was that St Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard was a co-host, although he declined the opportunity to ‘grill me’, despite anchor Joe Kernen’s kind offer.

Hark, click on the mugshot to launch the clip:

3 Comments on this post:

  1. Brzezinski says:

    Congratulation. Maybe they will come to you more frequently after they found out that you were tracked down by a chinese guy.

    The analyst I talked about is Shi Hanbing(时寒冰), who does not write English publicly.
    now much about him in english

    He used to be a commodity trader for a short period of time, quitted because he thought money must come from labor and thus trading gains were not justified, even if he traded great and declined the bonus. He then worked as a reporter. He probably established his reputation then as his predictions and analysis of international relations were so accurate, some of which were translated to english and japanese.

    Then he became a financial editor. Too many incontestable predictions about stock market and commodities. What makes him special is that he always predicted the time, like dollar would depreciate on Mar 4, 2009 and euro would be attacked in May 2010, etc.

    Most importantly, I admired him for patriotism.

  2. Matt Smith says:

    wow – thanks for digging out a link to him – very good of you indeed. I will definitely try and research him more…thanks Brzezinski!!

  3. Brzezinski says:

    above the link, it should be ‘NOT much’

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