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Posts Tagged ‘Japanese Yen’

0 Nov 2 2014 @ 9:49pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy

I Forget Where We Were

One of my favorite songs of this year is ‘I Forget Where We Were‘ by Ben Howard (complete with quirky guitar playing – hark, left). The song’s title has been resonating with me recently as I get a wee bit reflective as we approach the twilight of an eventful year. So much has happened across currency markets, it is easy to forget where we were. So here is a simple summation of some of the more wild and wacky rides for certain currencies, and how – naturally – all paths lead back to energy.    » read more

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