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Oil Price Forecast: Major Oil Producers Squeeze Supply for Price Surge

By Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Oil Price ForecastLess Supply Drives Oil Price Surge In a surprising show of unity, the United States, Russia, and Saudi Arabia agreed to cooperative cutbacks in oil production, at least for the near future. Markets responded enthusiastically to the improved outlook for oil prices, pushing up spot prices across various oil benchmarks. WTI crude, which tracks oil prices across the United States, was up $2.14 to $48.40 around noon on Tuesday October .

Stock Market Crash: Here’s a Blunt Reality Check of Investors

By Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Stock Market CrashCould Weak Earnings Spark a Stock Market Crash in 2016? Weak corporate earnings could result in a stock market crash in 2016, dashing the mainstream belief that the U.S. economy is in a recovery. The Federal Reserve’s uncertain interest rate policies and lower commodity prices have jointly served as catalysts to spark market speculations. Global economic and political crises have further augmented stock market volatility, with the S&P 500 index .

Canadian Dollar Forecast 2016: Could the Loonie Hit $0.60?

By Monday, October 5, 2015
Canadian Dollar Forecast 2016CAD/USD Exchange Rate: Canadian Dollar Forecast Bearish in 2016 Although the Canadian dollar was virtually on par with the U.S. dollar just two years ago, a handful of events have decimated the loonie since. Low commodity prices are threatening to crush the Canadian dollar as the currency was supposed to regain its footing. For many Canadians, dark times lie ahead. Oil prices fell dramatically last year because of oversupply concerns. .

$100 Oil? This Could Cause a Super-Spike in Oil Prices

By Monday, October 5, 2015
Oil-Price-Forecast-for-2016Oil Price Forecast: This Could Send Oil Prices to $100 Oil prices are rising on the commodities market in response to tensions between the United States and Russia over Syria. The WTI gained 2.4% to hit $46.25 a barrel while Brent rose 2.5%, returning to over $49.39. The United States is bracing itself for hurricane season and cyclone Joaquin is not disappointing expectations, having been “promoted” to a category-3 storm .

Top 9 Oil and Gas Penny Stocks for 2015 (Despite Weak Metrics)

By Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Oil and Gas Penny StocksStrike While the Pump Jack Is Cold: Oil and Gas Plays an Opportunity While Down? With oil prices taking a beating, most investors interested in oil and gas are probably running for the hills or are taking a wait-and-see approach. (If you’re in the latter group, consider keeping an eye on the nine top oil and gas penny stocks for 2015 that we list here a little further down. Despite .

It Looks like OPEC Might Be Winning its Price War Versus U.S. Shale

By Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Oil Price ForecastThe Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) might finally be winning the oil price war, which could mean big things for the oil price forecast. While the oil market may not see a balance between supply and demand until well into 2016, oil supplies might already be substantially declining. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) announced last week that U.S. oil production levels saw significant cuts since the 9.6 million barrels .

Oil Price Forecast: Here’s Why $100 Oil Isn’t Off the Table

By Friday, September 11, 2015
Oil_Price_ForecastThe crude oil price was over $100.00 per barrel a year ago, and it might soar back that high again. Market news outlets are filled with analysts discussing why the oil price forecast is likely to head south, but what about the factors which could push oil prices up? Before I go any further, it’s important to clear up a general misconception which seems to plague media reports on the .

Oil Stocks: This Could Be the First Casualty from Low Oil Prices

By Thursday, September 10, 2015
Oil It’s no secret that the negative oil price forecast has hit energy companies hard, as the global markets continue this summer’s volatile streak amidst fear of an economic collapse in China. Following the OPEC announcement last year that the organization would not be lowering production in response to declining prices, it was widely expected that North American producers would be the first to scale back production once they felt the .

Latest News From EIA Shows Support for Lifting U.S. Crude Oil Export Ban

By Tuesday, September 8, 2015
U.S.-Crude-Oil-ProductionWith a negative oil price forecast and threats of Chinese economic collapse weighing heavily on global markets, the U.S. Congress is facing more than just another routine debate on lifting oil exports when it meets on September 8th. The U.S. Energy Information Administration(EIA) has voiced its approval for lifting the ban, but deadlines are tight. (Source: EIA, last accessed September 4, 2015.) It is expected that once lawmakers convene on .

Oil Price Forecast: Oil Patch Business About to Get a Lot Worse

By Sunday, September 6, 2015
Energy InvestingThe oil price collapse has hit North American companies particularly hard as of late. And many of them are going to be left out in the financial cold as their hedging strategies begin to expire. Oil and gas producers typically hedge their production by locking in higher prices for future deliveries of crude oil, which is exactly what many U.S. firms did. This allowed for a certain degree of protection .

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