Posts Tagged ‘crude oil’

  • OPEC-ministers-look-at-Production

    OPEC Ministers Look at Production and Price of Crude Oil

    Jun 14, 12 • 1162 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Crude oil fell on Wednesday ahead of an OPEC policy meeting expected to leave the group’s production target unchanged, while weak economic data added to the bearish sentiment. Japan’s parliament is set to pass a special bill on Friday to allow it...

  • Market Review June 14 2012

    Jun 14, 12 • 1154 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    The dollar turned negative against the Japanese yen and briefly extended losses against the euro on Wednesday after government data showed U.S. retail sales fell for a second straight month in May. The euro rose as high as $1.2611 on Wednesday as investors...

  • Market Review June 13 2012

    Jun 13, 12 • 1160 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Warren Buffett‟s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. jumped into the slumping private-jet market again with a record order valued at USD9.6bn, betting on a rebound later this decade with a third plane purchase in less than two years. US stocks rose on speculation...

  • Market Review June 12 2012

    Jun 12, 12 • 1210 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    While investors initially cheered the plan to rescue Spanish banks, many details remain to be finalized, including how much money the banks will need. European Union finance ministers agreed Saturday to lend up to €100 billion to the Spanish bailout fund to...

  • Crude-Oil-and-Natural-Gas-Expectations

    Crude Oil and Natural Gas Expectations

    Jun 11, 12 • 0 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Crude oil futures prices are trading above $86/bbl in electronic platform with gain of more than 2 percent. Oil prices have gained on speculation of higher oil demand from European countries as Spain have requested for bailout to shore up its banks. Spain...

  • Market Review June 11 2012

    Jun 11, 12 • 1195 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    US President Barack Obama has urged European leaders to prevent a looming overseas debt crisis from dragging down the rest of the world. He said Europeans must inject money into the banking system. “The solutions to these problems are hard, but there...

  • The Markets After Big Ben (Bernanke)

    Jun 8, 12 • 1285 Views • Between the lines No Comments

    After a flurry of gains, we are set to see some easing on the Street. Not the quantitative kind from central banks. Big Ben (Bernanke) refused to play ball with the markets on another round of quantitative easing (QE). Markets are already showing their...

  • Market Review June 8 2012

    Jun 8, 12 • 1059 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    Global food prices had their biggest drop in more than two years in May as the cost of dairy products slumped on increased supply, easing strain on household budgets. An index of 55 food items tracked by the United Nations’ Food & Agriculture...

  • Market Review June 7 2012

    Jun 7, 12 • 1185 Views • Market Reviews No Comments

    European leaders are under intense pressure to try to resolve the crisis at a June 28 to 29 EU summit as Spain struggles to keep the debt wolves at bay and Germany holds its hard-line stance that reform and austerity come before growth. Madrid is now asking...

  • Central-Banks-and-Crude-Oil

    Central Banks and Crude Oil

    Jun 7, 12 • 0 Views • Market Commentaries No Comments

    Chinese equities gained the most in a week after the government signaled it will delay tightening bank capital rules and investors speculated monetary policy would be eased to prevent Europe’s debt crisis from harming the economy. Further China’s biggest...

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