The U.S. continues to increase its oil production and, over the past year, has grown its daily supply by over 16%, constantly setting new records. The U.S. is already the second largest producer and continues […]
As geopolitical tensions surrounding Syria have just gone off the boil the market is looking to get back to trading off fundamentals rather than knee-jerk newsflow. It was interesting to see therefore that although Treasury […]
Crude oil prices turned sharply lower, snapping a five-day winning streak. The move seems to have reflected easing concerns about escalation in Syria after US President Trump signaled a weekend rocket attack meant to punish […]
Crude oil prices broke a five-day winning streak as worries about the conflict in Syria dissipated. The spotlight now turns to incoming inventory flow statistics.
U.S. Treasury yields backtracked their rally on Monday after speeches from Federal Reserve seemed to open up the possibility of a steeper rate-hike path, a move that would flatten the yield curve. The 10-year Treasury […]
Oil prices edged down as markets opened on Monday cautiously after western missile strikes in Syria over the weekend and as U.S. drilling for new production continued to increase. On Saturday, the U.S., France, and […]
The dollar fell on Monday as markets assessed the impact of strikes on Syria by the United States and its allies at the weekend, although losses were limited as the military action did not result […]
Gold prices may turn lower from familiar chart resistance as the markets shrug off seemingly growing tensions in Syria. Soft US retail sales data may limit losses however.
After a lack of escalating tensions around Syria, the markets began this week in a relatively calm manner with small gaps. The Yen might strengthen if stocks decline on Shinzo Abe protests.
Western military intervention in Syria was hardly unexpected but, nonetheless, markets are all-but certain to take fright when they re-open on Monday