Why is demand suddenly faltering?
Being long oil is a very “crowded trade,” but who’s on the other side of that trade, and what do they know that speculators don’t?
“The mood is absolutely different,” even as oil prices have faltered.
It would be comic if the facts behind it weren’t so ugly.
Given the difficulty of accurately gauging nuclear capital expense, how can we infer if these enterprises can ever be profitable?
The Risk of Contagion of a full-blown Mexican crisis is far greater today than it was during the Tequila Crisis 22 years ago.
This does not bode well for price trends over the next 12 months.
Mexico’s ATM is stewing in a toxic mix.
The Hot Money returns, bets on Oil Nirvana.
Demand-driven price rallies are more sustainable, but that’s not what we have today.