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Posts Tagged ‘iron ore’

0 Jan 24 2013 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Economy, Global Energy, Random, risk management, Risk Strategy

Everything But Energy

Sometimes it is useful to take a look at the bigger picture, or a completely different picture, when trying to assess the vibe (man) of a certain market (i.e., energy), especially given some of the negative vibes swirling in the markets at the moment. As regular burrito readers know, the foundation of this blog is built on the belief that financial markets influence and are influenced by each other. Therefore, by taking a look at current trends in equities, commodities, bonds, economic data, and currencies – basically everything but energy – it can help us get a more rounded view on the subject that is most dear to us. » read more

4 Aug 30 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management, Risk Strategy

From JPT To China To Copper To Choppers

As many of you know, the name Summit Energy will officially be no more in the coming months as we move under the banner of Schneider Electric. One of the more immediate opportunities this relationship has presented us with is the chance to participate in the company-wide employee broadcasts.

So it was with interest that I listened to our CEO, JPT (Jean-Pascal Tricoire), explain this week how the Asia Pacific segment of the business has shown slightly negative growth in the first half of the year, as strength in India and South Korea has been more than usurped by headwinds from Japan (whose economy seems to be permanently stagnating) and also…….China. » read more