Demand

Geopolitics has taken over the oil market, driving oil prices up to three-year highs. The inventory surplus has vanished, and more outages could push oil prices up even higher. Yet, there are some signs that demand is starting to take a hit as oil closes in on $80 per barrel.

Oil prices fed into the fears of stock market volatility and now suddenly fears a U.S. production increase. The U.S.

Oil prices hit a four-month high on bullish data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA), strong global and U.S.

Markets closed slightly lower on Monday as March auto sales disappointed and investors questioned whether the Trump administration would deliver on its pro-business economic stimulus.
Factories across the Eurozone struggled to keep up with demand last month despite increasing activity at the fastest rate in nearly six years, according to a survey that showed them again hiking prices.

A drop in oil prices this month is likely to be short-term and will not deflect OPEC from its policy of keeping output high to

Pay no mind, OPEC will be here soon to save the day, so to $50 we go. I hate to be the one to tell you I told you so, but I never had a chance.

Gold futures rebounded, thanks to new U.S., Greece, and China drama.

Indeed, we view the opportunity in silver bullion today as very much like that seen in the period from 2003 to 2006.

It’s been a rough week, but I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The only only lingering confusion: should I be walking into the light, or away from it?