With gold and silver capitulating and Treasury yield rising, oil will have to balance the bearish implications of the Fed talking about an exit strategy versus the disinflation that is now plaguing Europe.
Headlines recently have been dominated by political scandal. Here's how these revelations play out in the markets.
Over the past week crude oil prices have been rocked by conflicting macroeconomic data and a suspected price-fixing scandal, leaving many investors questioning the validity of current price levels. Tap into that volatility with a put spread.
Overall, the bull market frenzy is picking up and we still believe the E-mini S&P 500 will finish this year at 1690 or higher.