Tag: benchmark

Oil Price Declines: why fundamentals are continuously ignored. UPDATED

Many brokers consider shares of oil and gas companies as attractive investments and recommend these stocks as a good buy. As a justification, they show dividends history in comparison to other sectors.  It has always […]

“YES CALIFORNIA “: The real danger for the U.S. territorial integrity.

The process of the USSR collapse has started from a few and “funny” statements of some representatives of three Baltic Republic. Although the history behind the Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia claims is different from “Yes California” […]

Economic and market highlights

There are plenty senseless oil and gas forecasts published by leading financial institutions as an attempt to convince people that oil and gas companies will soon be profitable again due to improvement of crude oil […]

The oil market has one big problem: People aren’t buying enough gas

This information indicates that the expressed optimism regarding crude oil prices by many global investment banks and analysts might not be supported by the market fundamentals. Facts suggest that the oil price is likely to remain […]

What might be the reason for Theresa May to call for early elections.

It was a surprise for everyone to learn that the U.K. Prime Minister, Theresa May decided to call for snap elections. Some analysts believe that the purpose of her decision to call for early elections […]

Is this the reason why IMF issued positive forecast but attached a very long list of warnings?

Trump to sign ‘financial-related’ executive actions on Friday: Sources President Donald Trump is expected to sign two “financial related” executive actions at the Treasury on Friday, sources told CNBC.  The White House confirmed that one […]

I do not know what would happen if Donald Trump’s policies are fully implemented. But I can assume what consequences might follow his already implemented or planned to be soon implemented policies.

Deloitte published 2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index highlighting that China is the most competitive manufacturing nation for now. But is expected to slip to second position as global executives provide their perspective on how the next […]

Oil prices fall on expected climb in U.S. production

This is another confirmation that OPEC’s possible decision to extend agreement on production cuts during its meeting scheduled to take place in May would not be effective. *** Oil prices fell in thin trade on […]