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Posts Tagged ‘house prices’

0 Jul 28 2011 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Let’s Face The Music

At a time when we approach the unprecedented potential of a default by the US on its national debt, it is worth acknowledging that there may well be trouble ahead (…and imminently). As we face the music and prepare to lace up our dancing shoes,  it seems prudent to remember where we were a year ago, and then appraise whether current downbeat perceptions are muddying the water. So from the starting point of Energyland™ to the general economy, let’s take a look at ten reference points, to see if we need to throw in the towel, or just throw some shapes:  » read more

0 Jun 23 2011 @ 10:58am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Global Energy, risk management, Risk Strategy

Similar Flavors in Market Ingredients

It’s not that financial markets aren’t always a conundrum (they are), but their current cohesion is a conundrum in itself. Looking across key assets and aspects of the economy – from manufacturing to house prices to employment to our dearly beloved commodities – market ingredients are leaving a similar taste – of waning optimism. So here’s some current market themes, of course wrapped in an energy-flavored tortilla:   » read more