Oil, Metals, Soft Commodities

Oil, Metals, Soft Commodities

Natural Gas price continues to tumble, but the bottom may be near

The price of Natural Gas has continued its drive back down after peaking in the middle of last year. The price has had an aggressive sell off after an equally aggressive run during the initial stages of the Russian and Ukraine conflict. This was due to Russian gas exports being banned and elevated inflation levels. However, as the conflict has subs...

January 19, 2023
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Gold rises to 6 months high as USD weakens

Gold rises to 6 months high as USD weakens   The price of gold has risen as softer inflationary figures pushed the USD lower. The month/month CPI grew just 0.1% vs 0.3% expected, whilst the year/year figure grew by 7.1% vs 7.3% expected. Core CPI month/month rose by 0.2% vs 0.3%. These figures sent the USD down, which provided a boost to...

December 14, 2022
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Is the price of Brent finally finding some support?

Brent oil has been dumping over the last few weeks as country’s have put pressure on Russian oil by imposing a price cap. This has sent the spot price down to its lowest level in 12 months. With important economic data to come in the next few days in including updated Cash rates from Central banks in Europe, the UK, and the USA. Furthermore, the ...

December 13, 2022
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Oil continues to fall amid news of price cap

The primary reason for the drop in price is the economic slowdown that has become prevalent in the global market. As fears of a recession continue to grow, the price of Oil has continued to drop. To make matters worse, the G7 have set a $60 per barrel price cap. This price cap was created to restrict Russia’s ability generate revenue from its oil...

December 8, 2022
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Natural Gas getting ready to test important level

Natural Gas prices have had a volatile year to say the least. After finding multi decade highs on the back of geo-political volatility and record high inflation levels the price has seen an aggressive retracement. With the overall commodities market suffering a big drop as recessionary pressures have taken over and a resilient USD, Natural gas has ...

September 30, 2022
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Gold Testing Major Support Level

For the last 2 years, Gold has been bouncing in a range between $1700 and $2070 and is currently testing the major support level around $1700 as seen below. The price has used the yellow highlighted as an area for support zone and a rejection zone. Over the last 2 years clear rejections have occurred every time the price has reached around $...

September 16, 2022
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Natural Gas – technical analysis

The United States used 30.28 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in 2021, making them the world’s largest consumer of natural gas. Natural gas consumption in the United States has two seasonal peaks, largely reflecting weather-related fluctuations in energy demand. One of the biggest consumptions of gas is industrial, residential and commercial co...

September 8, 2022
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Oil Prices tumbles to 7 month lows as recession fears grow

Brent Crude and West Texas Intermediate Oil both fell to their lowest levels since January as fresh recession fears swept the market. Brent dropped to $87 a barrel and WTI to $81. The prices dropped following OPEC’s decision to cut the production by 100,000 barrels a day of supply from  October.   In recent months with the Russian and...

September 8, 2022
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Will gold hold its support or will the USD push it below $1660

Will gold hold its support or will the USD push it below $1660 Gold has dumped again after recession fears and a strong US dollar continue to grip the market. With Gold priced in US dollars it means that when the USD is strong the price of gold and other commodities is reduced. In recent days, following on from Jackson Hole the price has slum...

September 1, 2022
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Is the price of wheat ready to bounce?

  The price of wheat is finally starting to show positive signs after an aggressive sell off that has been ongoing since May 2022. There is hope that the price of the commodity may begin to climb again with the price finally finding some support.  The price has been impacted by growing fears that production may slip may increasing volatili...

August 30, 2022
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Oil continues its sell-off as it drops after weaker Chinese and US economic figures

Oil has continued its tumble from its March 2022 high of $131 per barrel down to $82 a barrel. The drop has been in response to weak economic figures from China and the USA which has added to the recessionary anxiety gripping the market. Furthermore, as Iran edges closer to a nuclear deal, the removal of economic sanctions on the country may be ...

August 16, 2022
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Oil Companies Record Profits in question

In a time when you consumers could potentially be feeling domestic budgets tighten up, by the result of surging high inflation and rise in prices of commodities, you would be forgiven to be receiving the news that some of the biggest oil companies in the world, have acquired record profits with some skepticism, you would even question if these ...

August 9, 2022
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US dollar drops as the economy shrinks by 0.9% for the last quarter.

US economic data revealed last night shows that the country’s GDP has shrunk by 0.9%, although some are remaining positive that a recession may still be avoided. Despite the worrying figures, Federal Reserve Chair, Jerome Powell, outlined his belief that due to low unemployment figures of 3.6% and a strong market for jobs with 11 million job open...

July 29, 2022
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Oil dips to the bottom of its range as recession fears hit the market.

Oil has seen its first real slip up in price since March. The commodity had been running on the back of high inflation and supply issues stemming from the Russian and Ukraine crisis. During the run Oil peaked at $137 a barrel before entering a period of consolidation. The recent catalyst for the drop was OPEC announcing that 2023 would likely re...

July 15, 2022
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Crude Oil – Saudi Production Cuts Spark Rally

USOIL- Hourly USOIL- It's been an impressive start to the year for Crude Oil prices so far, with prices steadily rising to over $50 per barrel and returning to pre-pandemic levels. It would seem many underestimated such a speedy recovery. Still, with the general uptick in global commodity prices and a pledge from Saudi Arabia to cut production ...

January 12, 2021
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