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The CEOs of the world's largest oil trading houses issued their crude oil estimates during the Oil & Money conference in London this past week.
If there's a 'long Russia' trade to make, it's Rosneft shares.
From going long on USO to shorting Russian natural-gas giant Gazprom, here's what I recommend.
What to watch for in the crude oil and energy markets amid the meeting in Helsinki.
Here are the 5 things you need to know before the market opens on Tuesday -- and closes early at 1p EST. It will be closed on Wednesday, July 4 as well.
Thanks to the stock market correction many world-class stocks are back down to attractive levels.
The S&P 500 stretches its gains into day four, its longest streak since mid-February.
Shares of Bunge spiked more than 15% Tuesday afternoon.
Even without North Korea, there's plenty of uncertainty coming from U.S. allies.
Such things used to be shrugged off as non-events, but they're becoming cause for concern.
Meanwhile, warmer weather in Northeast and Midwest isn't helping natural gas prices.
Reports of OPEC compliance on production cuts aren't doing much for oil price.
Political risk both domestically and abroad is a contributing factor.
A trade war can be as significant to gold prices as one with real guns.
Oil is the biggest beneficiary of Fed inaction and the subsequent dollar weakness.
Copper and crude have been a good measure of economic activity, but both are at historically low levels.
A lot of positioning is going on ahead of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's speech.
Comments by Fed's Fischer strengthen dollar and weaken commodity prices.
As the dollar and stocks climb, there's a correction in selling for gold and other precious metals.
The 28% rise of London Metal Exchange copper inventories is indicative of slowing Chinese demand.