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Posts Tagged ‘MPG’

0 Jul 26 2012 @ 4:22pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy

10 Potential Perpetrators For Weak Gasoline Demand

Hey, so I know I ranted about the conundrum of strong gasoline prices versus weak demand earlier in the year (in From Target to Twitter to Tanks and 2 Bugbears, 5 Reasons, 1 Reality), but I felt it worth revisiting this proposition because although gas prices have fallen, demand still remains weak. So here are ten reasons to explain why gasoline demand is in a structural decline: » read more

0 Aug 19 2011 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Random, risk management

Burrito Bites

Welcome to the latest buffet that is burrito bites. In the week that was, everything started relatively calmly after last week’s stormy trading, only for all to go awry on Thursday. Twas on this day a bucketload of bad economic data was thrown onto the markets, sending equities and crude sliding lower; meanwhile, natural gas recovered from a bearish weekly storage report to focus instead on potential tropical activity. WTI Crude has ducked below the surface of $80 before coming up for air, while natty remains submerged below $4. Hark, snacks are served:   » read more