Posted on 30 July 2011
Crude Oil prices sunk yesterday, reaching near $97.50 in late trading. Growth differentials between the Atlantic states have risen into view this week while manufacturing output and service data revealed mild weakness in Europe. This has so far led several large investors and analysts to consider a shift away from the EUR and other risky […] Continue Reading...
Crude Oil prices dropped sharply towards $92 a barrel Monday morning as sentiment appeared to favor a downturn in global industry and manufacturing. The sudden halt to this downward movement came as a result of several forces Tuesday morning. Primarily leading the rebound in oil prices was a sense that risk aversion was on the […]
Oil prices fell hard this morning with $92 a barrel coming easily into view. US oil stockpiles dropped over 3 million barrels last week which appears to have failed to support the price of the black gold. Speculative reports of unilateral action by Saudi Arabia to boost production have many investors going short on physical […]
Crude Oil prices dropped sharply towards $94 a barrel Wednesday as sentiment appeared to favor a downturn in global industry alongside a slump in demand for the black gold. Data releases out of Britain and the US yesterday were driving many investors back into safe haven assets as most reports suggested murky growth in global […]
Oil prices held steady this morning with the $102 price level acting as a firm footing for this commodity. US oil stockpiles sunk sharply last week, falling well below expectations and helping to hold the value of Light, Sweet Crude steady near its current mark. The price of black gold has been trading within a […]
Oil prices held steady this morning with the $100 price level acting as a firm footing for this commodity. US oil stockpiles rose a half a million barrels last week, beating expectations and helping to hold the value of light, sweet crude steady near its current mark. The price of black gold has been trading […]