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  • Squawk / 6 hours ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Crude oil and gasoline paring back earlier gains after the weekly inventories showed a bigger rise than expected. The rise of 3 million barrels of crude was caused by a sharp reduction in refinery activity which more than off-set a reduction in imports. Both Cushing inventories and overall production rose thereby adding some additional selling pressure.
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    ozy ozy
    Hi Ole, what do all these datas say us? keeping short in WTI? or what else. thanks
  • Calendar event / 6 hours ago
    High Crude Oil Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)
    High Gasoline Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)
    High Distillate Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)
    Med Crude Oil Stocks (Bbl)
    Med Gasoline Stocks (Bbl)
    Med Distillate Stocks (Bbl)
    Med Refinery Usage
    Med Total Prod Supplied (Bbl/day)
    Med Total Prod Supplied, Net Chg (Bbl/day)
  • Squawk / 8 hours ago
    research analysis in intrady and short term strategy in xau/usd and xag/usd / WWW.MCXMASTER.IN
    Before us open and for intraday strategy sell XAU and XAG at cmp $1153-55 range and $16-16.080 range
    keep sl $1162+$16.25

    and tgt1 $1140+$
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    hiren hiren
    See XAU and XAG made a low $1141.40 and $
    Andrei14 Andrei14
    отличная идея!!!
  • Article / 8 hours ago

    Everyone waits for Fed to do the heavy lifting

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    Everyone waits for Fed to do the heavy lifting
    Sterling gained on the back of good UK industrial production data and M&A news around brewer SABMiller, which was seen boosting demand for cash, but the Bank of Japan's meeting left us none the wiser, and markets seem resigned to wait again for the Fed to do the heavy work.
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    buelte buelte
    informative and witty - helmet on !!!
  • Article / 11 hours ago

    What's next for crude oil after the breakout?

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    What's next for crude oil after the breakout?
    Signs of slowing non-Opec production and forecasts of accelerating demand into 2016 have sparked a rally in crude oil which surged above its trading range on Tuesday. Stabilising commodity prices combined with the pushback of US rate hike expectations have broken the vicious circle which led to plunging stocks, bonds and currencies across many emerging markets.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 11 hours ago

    Coal fundamentals grim: Glencore

    While many investors are concerned about the ultimate fate of Anglo-Swiss commodities trader Glencore, the company is more concerned with the commodities themselves. With world coal prices having fallen to an eight-year low, Glencore head of coal Peter Freyburg says that macro conditions appear unlikely to boost the fuel anytime soon. "“Times are very tough and coal continues to face challenges", says Freyburg, adding that "growth rates in much of the developing world – most obviously in China – have slowed considerably". Although this situation does not show any signs of turning around, however, Freyburg does note that Glencore's "long-term thermal supply and demand outlook has never relied on ongoing Chinese import growth". Glencore shares are currently trading at 122.80 pence on the London exchange.
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