"These headline results have been driven by another very challenging quarter..."
Shifting oil demand forecasts are in the spotlight this week as the coronavirus pandemic continues to curb economic activity in major economies. Plus, China’s crude overhang, and trends in power, gas and LNG.
NHC's latest update shows Isaias was approximately 115 miles east-southeast of Jacksonville...
Physical delivery on the largest gold futures exchange in the world, the COMEX in New York, has reached all time highs this year. Usually, delivery is “negligible.” What has changed?
The storm will ride up the East Coast next week.
Isaia is expected to pass over the southeastern Bahamas early Friday...
As Isaias moves northwest on Thursday, "interests in Cuba and the Florida peninsula should monitor the progress of this system."
"...a significant leak."
The odds are high it will form in the next two days.
The Mint's West Point complex in New York is taking measures to prevent the virus from spreading among its employees...
The Fed may need to add up to $12 trillion to its balance sheet over the next few years to reach the equivalent to a shadow Fed Funds rate of -5% to fill the policy gap.
...aside from the relentless rise of gold prices, commodity traders are watching freight rates react to Brent’s slight recovery and coal generation in Germany fizzling out...
Is a pullback in order? A Gold COT chart says otherwise.
"Prepare for a direct hit from #HurricaneDouglas on Oahu tonight 8:00 pm."
"Whether we look at retail investors’ gold allocations or the spec positions on gold futures by hedge funds, we see further room for the gold rally to continue."
"There is no rush like a gold rush... big money understands we have a credit implosion coming..."
"This boat shed has been completely obliterated..."
Copper prices soaring, world trade sinking, this could all suggest the base metal is setting up for a correction.