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Posts Tagged ‘oil prices’

5 Aug 8 2013 @ 1:41pm by Matt Smith in Capital Markets, Economy, Global Energy

Dot-to-Dot-to-Not-to…What?!

Back in late April I wrote a post called ‘Dot-to-Dot-to…Not?’, which joined the dots from mortgage rates to oil prices…and how their price evolution had been counterintuitive to the move in equity markets: the risk aversion exhibited by fixed income markets and caution shown by oil prices did not jive with the emphatic rally seen in equities. Just a few months later it seems worth revisiting the subject, as there has been some dramatic moves since and some key takeaways to, um, takeaway. » read more

1 Aug 5 2013 @ 9:52am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy

File Under: Epic!

I was so excited to be on CNBC’s Squawk Box this morning, knowing my segment was with the controversial Peter Schiff. And he didn’t disappoint. While I answer a couple of questions in the middle of the segment, it all kicks off after that as Peter starts ranting and CNBC pulls the plug on him. Such a fun way to start the week!! Hark, click on the below mugshots to launch to the clip.

 

0 Jan 20 2012 @ 10:53am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, UK natural gas

Burrito Bites

Good day, good day!  Crude has toppled below the monkey bar of $100 late on this week as – would you believe – Euro debt concerns arise once more. In addition, crude has been clobbered by a disheartening domestic demand situation. Total product demand is down 7.2% on this time last year, while gasoline demand has just plummeted to its lowest level since 2001. And while on the subject of plummeting to new lows, the good ship natty has keeled over and made a decade low as supply remains staunch and the storage surplus swells (…while weather is set to swelter). Ay, there’s the rub, and here’s the grub. » read more