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The Oil Trade Is No Longer A Slam Dunk
Article By: Jason Kelly
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 6:34 AM EDT
Oil is back to a normal price range, as the world economy reopens slowly, not in a rush that might overwhelm reduced production capabilities. OPEC and others look ready for gradually rising demand—such as it will be—if not a surprise demand surge.
In this article: UCO
Energy Report: You May Not Want It
Article By: Phil Flynn
Thursday, February 25, 2021 8:48 AM EDT
Oil closed above its long-term resistance of $63 a barrel. If we close above that again and even better $64 it should confirm technically the supercycle breakout type of trade talk.
In this article: BP, OIL, UCO, UNG, USO
Libya Disruptions Continue
Article By: ING Economics
Monday, January 25, 2021 3:37 AM EDT
Oil came under pressure on Friday, with worries growing over what new COVID-19 related restrictions in parts of China mean for oil demand.
In this article: COPX, SOYB, WEAT, GLD, OIL, UCO, USO
The Corn & Ethanol Report
Article By: Dan Flynn
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 11:29 AM EDT
China’s corn market continued to rise on Monday with the corn futures trading higher. On the ethanol front dozens of ethanol plants remain idle in 2021 with the corn prices and recent spike.
In this article: CORN, UCO, UNG
More Storms Brewing In The Atlantic. The Corn & Ethanol Report
Article By: Dan Flynn
Friday, October 2, 2020 12:59 PM EDT
On the Natural Gas Front, the market has been trading lower, however, more risk premium is going to move this market with fears of the two tropical waves.
In this article: UCO Also: CORN, UNG

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The Oil War Is Only Just Getting Started
Jason Stewart 2/6/2017 9:22:34 PM

#OPEC can very well try to appear unfazed but their influence on the global #oil market has been on a decline for quite some time. What we are seeing now is a perfect example of their waning influence. They've gone through considerable lengths with the current production deals in order to prop up the oil price. The end result is a stabilization around $50 - $60. The rebound in US oil rigs ensures that the oil price will never reach its previous highs. $OIL $UCO $USO

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