The Trade War Hits Oil. Where Does Crude Go From Here?

By Kathy Lien At a Glance As equity markets experience sell-off on trade war news, oil may follow them lower. The impact for oil in U.S.-China tensions could be far greater than in past trade wars. This has been a great year for oil. The price of crude is up 30 percent from its December…

2019 Oil Market Outlook: OPEC Will Cause Prices To End Up Higher Than Forecast

In 2019, I entered my fourth year as a writer on Seeking Alpha. Through all this time, with more than 550 articles written, my most widely read article continues to be an early 2016 article predicting the OPEC oil production cut before it happened. I plan to make this a tradition, and as a result,…

Opportunities As Oil Nears Bottom

Key points Oil prices could be close to a trough, and we see selected opportunities emerging ahead of a recovery. The U.S. and China put further tariffs on hold for 90 days. We see this boosting risk assets in the short run. Economists expect strong U.S. non-farm payrolls growth in November, and the data will…

This Week In Money – December 1, 2018

Ross Clark – Crude oil’s decline, interest rates, gold. Rick Ackerman – China/US Trade, G20, interest rates and the car business. James Corbett – Japan, China, steel quality. Larry Reaugh President & CEO of American Manganese Inc. Jared Lazerson President & CEO of MGX Minerals Produced by HoweStreet.com

OIL Weekly: Is Bear Momentum Catching A Break

Introduction Welcome to my Oil Weekly report. In this brief report, I wish to discuss my views on oil markets and the iPath S&P Oil Total Return Index Exchange-Traded Notes (OIL). OIL replicates the performance of its sub-index, the S&P GSCI® Crude Oil Total Return Index, which invests directly in West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude…