Commodities

The relevance of the central bankers here and abroad is being widely questioned.
Refiners have suffered and now represent a bit of a relative value.
The governors' ineptness doesn't stop them from moving prices across asset classes.
Crude may need to drop to $35 a barrel before it can rise again.
We are bullish on gold as long as central bankers are stuck in the low-rate/low-growth cycle.
Maybe folks are waiting for a key energy ETF to get over $70 before they get excited.
The bounce-back in oil prices may have given the company more time to solve its many operating concerns.
It looks like U.S. alternative oil sector, not the Saudis, is determining prices.
There seems to be enough cash around to diversify portfolios with precious metals.
The small drop in crude imports means nothing.

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