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Sr. Market Analyst at The PRICE Futures Group

Phil Flynn is writer of The Energy Report, a daily market commentary discussing oil, the Middle East, American government, economics, and their effects on the world's energies markets, as well as other commodity markets. 


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Oil: Whispers
The oil market is struggling as the whisper number on weekly oil inventories are seeming to get bigger.
Get The Oil Market Some Prozac
Oil needs some Prozac. Mood shifts in the oil market are becoming more violent and lacking any trend.
China Wants More Talks
On Friday U.S.-China trade hopes were high but now they are falling apart.
Trade Talks And Missiles
The Phil Flynn Energy Report Friday October 11, 2019
China Colored Glasses
Oil traders are looking at the world through China colored glasses.
Trade Trap
The crude oil market is still fixated on trade war news yet behind the scenes, there is a growing supply issue especially when it comes to distillate fuels. Oil prices sank as relations between the U.S. and China seemed to sour.
Trade Talk Twitch
Oil prices had been rallying overnight on Chinese trade talk hopes but a drop in German factory orders and reports that China is looking to strike back at the U.S. over its Chinese tech list raised more concerns about oil demand.
Trade Deal Gets Impeached
There are reports that the U.S./China trade deal talks will be scaled down as the Chinese seem to not want to make any commitments as the Democrats continue to work towards impeachment.
Macro Focused
The oil market is fixated on macro-economic issues and not necessarily current supply or demand.
Supply Today Demand Tomorrow
The energy complex has to decide whether to focus on supply today or demand tomorrow.
The Narrative
The Phil Flynn Energy Report Wednesday October 2, 2019
Give No Quarter
Oil prices got crushed at an end of the quarter, holiday-thinned market.
Oil To Highs "That We Haven't Seen In Our Lifetimes"
Oil prices are in a light volume haze as many traders celebrate Rosh Hashanah. This comes as the Saudi Crown Prince is making dire warnings about the price of oil if we go to war with Iran.
Impeachment Trap
The crude oil market is caught in an impeachment trap yet a late-breaking story may give oil direction. Saudi Arabia agrees to a partial cease-fire in Yemen.
Inverse Correlation
While the impeachment odds fall, the oil market rallies in an inverse correlation.
Oil sold-off on reports that supply in Cushing, Oklahoma saw a surprise increase. Yet all eyes will be on U.S. oil and product exports that should surge this week and in the weeks to come.
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