LNG is a big growth area for U.S. energy companies, and these tariffs bite into its competitive advantage.
Despite China tariffs, the LNG market is vast and increasingly more liquid.
The perception of commodities being linked to the Chinese economic cycle made them victims during the harsh selloff.
The grains have been crushed, but seasonality suggests a looming bottom.
I look at delta as a probability tool.
U.S. production relies on alloy from Canada and China, so tariffs don't ultimately help the industry.
Let's check the charts for an updated flight plan.
Turkey's growing currency crisis is sparking widespread concern.
The trendy Chinese name is down some 13% on good earnings that apparently weren't good enough.
UUP attempts to track the Deutsche Bank Long U.S. Dollar Futures index.