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Job Cuts Surge As Outlook On Oil Prices Remains Sober

It may be too early to determine whether oil prices, which began falling a year ago, were now forcing the energy industry to go beyond cutting fat & is now gouging into the very sinew of its operations, but it’s clear that they’re convinced that other economies simply weren’t enough to keep themselves afloat. The job losses probably should come as no surprise.

Why Price Of Oil Is More Inclined Towards $20 Than $80

If the price of oil stays at this level for the rest of the year, we are going to see a whole bunch of energy companies fail, billions of dollars of debt issued by energy companies could go bad, and trillions of dollars of derivatives related to the energy industry could implode. This is just the beginning of the oil crisis.

Cheap Oil A Boon For The Economy? Think Again

Tumbling oil prices are a bonanza for global stock markets, provided the chief cause is a surge in crude supply rather than a collapse in economic demand. Roughly one third of the current oil slump is a shortfall in expected demand, caused by China’s industrial slowdown and Europe’s austerity trap.

Decline of US Shale Energy To End Gold And Silver Manipulation

The U.S. Shale Energy Industry is heading for big trouble and very few Americans realize it. Not only will the peak and decline of U.S. shale oil and gas production spell disaster for the U.S. economy, it will also be one of the factors responsible for ending manipulation in gold and silver.

Russian Sanctions Could See Gold Prices ‘Explode’

The risk of conflict between Russia and the U.S. and EU is more than a short term risk. It is one of the greatest geopolitical challenges since the end of the Cold War. Therefore, it is likely to have a more material impact on gold prices due to the the strong possibility of increased safe haven demand.

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