Commodity Trade Mantra

Posts Tagged ‘WTI Oil Prices’

Rally in Oil Prices is Fundamentally Driven, not Based on Speculation

Oil prices are at their highest since the start of 2017, after rising above the key $50-a-barrel mark in Sept & holding those gains. Rather than pure speculation, this move is rooted in fundamentals: falling inventories and increasing demand. The outlook for crude is no less bright as U.S. fiscal stimulus, in the form of tax cuts financed by additional deficit spending, could also send oil prices higher.

Commodities that will Continue Industrial-led Rebound in 2017

In 2016, commodities began the recovery from a five-year bear market. As producers across the complex have scaled back supply, markets appear to be rebalancing. We believe that this rally will be extended over the next few years, supported by supply and demand dynamics, government action and investment demand as investors seek inflation protection.

The Surprising Force Behind The Rally In Gold Prices - Can It Continue?

After a few years of losses, gold prices have risen 17% year-to-date as of April 25, making it one of the best-performing investments this year. Perhaps more remarkably, gold mining stocks are up nearly 78% during the same period. The question now is: can the rally continue? Let’s take a look at the catalysts for the rally in gold prices.

Here Is Why Crude Oil Prices May Not Move Higher

The investigation I have presented here about the possible similarities between the present increase in oil prices and the false price rally of March-June 2015 reinforces my sense that a return to higher oil prices is not at all straight-forward. Oil markets are a leading indicator for the broader economy because the economy runs mostly on energy and not so much on money.

follow us

markets snapshot


Market Quotes are powered by Investing.com

live commodity prices


Commodities are powered by Investing.com India

our latest tweets

follow us on facebook