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Posts Tagged ‘carbon’

0 Jun 28 2013 @ 1:09pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

Wowee. What a week. After last week’s post-Fed craziness and subsequent sell-off, this week has seen the crude complex gradually unwinding the wall of worry built up by fears of the end to stimulus. As for natural gas, it has not only been pummeled to a 3.5-month low by ongoing mild weather (and low demand), but has dropped below the significant level of the 200-day moving average. Snacks ahoy! » read more

0 Nov 4 2011 @ 10:56am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

Yep, goats in a tree. Happy Friday, and welcome to another random assortment of educational and odd. Confusion reigns in relation to the European debt crisis as Greece threw a spanner (=ratchet) in the works after last week’s bailout plan had been agreed upon. This week’s bout of economic data has been decidedly mixed – good enough to inspire hope that slow economic growth will continue, but weak enough to provoke wariness and apprehension. Crude oil continues to gauge itself off general market sentiment – swaying like a reed with the news flow – while natural gas sold off after last weekend’s Northeastern snowstorm, only to see bargain-hunting coming back into the market late in the week. Before the weekend respite, let’s hit up the bites:   » read more