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By Marc Jones, Reuters | May 20, 2016
By Tolani Awere, Bloomberg | July 9, 2014
The smaller of two annual harvests is still progressing with few signs of damage from disease or bad weather.
By Phil Flynn | December 11, 2013
Oil demand surges in the U.S. according to the EIA and the IEA as low prices spark a buying frenzy. Yet could a budget deal that increases the odds of an early taper temper rising demand expectations?
By Phil Flynn | October 23, 2013
Forget the Fed because the West Texas Intermediate oil market sure did. Oil is asserting its independence as it starts to become unconnected with the QE risk-on trade.
By Phil Flynn | September 24, 2013
Oil and products did a supply slide as disruption in supply all around the globe seemed to come online all at one time. In Libya, South Sudan, Nigeria and Iraq supply that was slowed or halted is coming back online.
By Phil Flynn | February 7, 2012
Daily energy fundamentals from Phil Flynn
By Phil Flynn | January 11, 2012
By Dominick A. Chirichella | January 11, 2012
At the moment oil prices are still being mostly driven by the tensions building in the Middle East between Iran and the West coupled with the direction of the euro and the US dollar
By Phil Flynn | January 9, 2012
By Phil Flynn | November 10, 2011