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  • 1h
    yuiyui yuiyui
    Michael, They are talking oil production trend meeting demand
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Yes, I saw that. But it is just talk, from guys with a vested interest in seeing higher prices. No one has cut production and the...
    yuiyui yuiyui
    haha, right. Maybe also markets have found a bottom for now
  • Calendar event / 9 hours ago

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  • Editor’s Picks / 12 hours ago

    US must admit its Middle East mistakes

    Global Economic Analysis
    Mish Shedlock is not one to mince his words and a disagreement with one of his readers on the US stance over Syria sees him in fine, swashbuckling form. Until the US comes clean about its responsibility for "the huge mess in the MidEast", says Shedlock, there can be no solution neither to the horrors in the likes of Syria, nor the subsequent commodities ripples and migration crises that shake global financial markets. "The US has one hell of a lot to apologise for," he says, and a come-clean strategy that accepts the help of Iran and Russia in solving the mess would be a good starting point.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 17 hours ago

    Crude jumps as Russia ready to talk with oil producers

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Crude oil prices have been bolstered by a rally in US petrol prices and Russia's willingness to meet other major oil producers to discuss the market. Russia, one of the world's top three oil producers, said it was prepared to meet Opec and non-Opec oil producers to discuss the market if such a meeting is called. A separate meeting between Russian and Saudi officials will take place at the end of October. Moscow had been unwilling in the past to cut its oil output to support prices. Russian oil output hit a new post-Soviet monthly high of 10.74 million barrels a day in September, despite a drop in crude prices to six-year lows.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 9:30 GMT

    Russian investment wanes as Putin fiddles

    Russia oil and gas expert
    United Kingdom
    Russian investment wanes as Putin fiddles
    Investors in Russia assets might be still assessing the impact of Russian geopolitical moves, both in Syria and Ukraine. It might mean higher volatility and possibly some downside ahead for equity investors. FX traders might want take a note of the rouble's weakening correlation with the oil price.
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  • 1d
    fxtime fxtime
    The Glencore spike has if nothing else showed where the current support and resistance levels are....normally a drop like the Glencore is followed by bargain hunters ...
  • 4d
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    You too, mischco.
    Hisham Boulos Hisham Boulos
    Nice analysis Mike .. do you think we have seen the end of the uptrend in the USDCAD .. ? or still USD has steam .. also...
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Great post Mike. Have a good weekend bud.
  • Editor’s Picks / Friday at 1:39 GMT

    Middle East in turmoil, but no fear premium on oil – yet

    The Guardian Australia
    Instability stretches across the Middle East, with the Arab Spring a distant memory. And yet, remarkably, even as most of the region began to burn, oil prices collapsed. In the past, instability in the region triggered global recessions. This time around, Middle East instability is far more severe and widespread. But there appears to be no “fear premium” on oil prices; on the contrary, oil prices have declined sharply since 2014. Why? Unlike in the past, the turmoil has not caused a supply shock. However a burning Middle East could destabilise the world in many ways.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Wednesday at 13:52 GMT

    Russia launches first airstrikes in Syria

    New York Times
    Russian pilots carried out their first airstrikes in Syria on Wednesday in a move that raises the stakes in President Vladimir Putin's contest with the West over influence in the Middle East, the New York Times reports. Russian warplanes dropped bombs near the central city of Homs, according to American officials in Washington, the newspaper said. Russian officials and analysts portrayed the strikes as an attempt both to fight Islamic State militants and to try to ensure the survival of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, Russia’s main ally in the Middle East. Russia's support for Assad clashes with U.S. interests as President Obama has said Assad must go. Russia's authorization of force in Syria came just two days after Putin and Obama met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, where they clashed over Syria.
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  • Calendar event / 25 September 2015 at 9:59 GMT

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