Oil Sees Downward Pressures

Oil Sees Downward Pressures

Supply shocks affected the price of oil recently, sending it on an upward trend. A series of attacks in Nigeria and other calamities such as the wild fires in Alberta, helped buoy the price of crude for a while. With the fires under control, terrorist attacks on...
Trading After Brexit

Trading After Brexit

Widespread panic is the only way to describe how the markets reacted to Brexit on Monday. The first week after 15.6 million Britons turned world markets over, the Pound seems to be in a free fall with oil, the Euro, and almost every major index and industrial metals...
The Brexit Effect

The Brexit Effect

The unthinkable happened. It turns out that Greece was not the first one to leave the European Union, despite having many more reasons to do so than any other member. It was the UK that delivered the first blow to a weakened union, which just a year earlier was...

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