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By Matt McKinney | May 26, 2015
By Phil Flynn | May 18, 2015
Oil rises as Ramadi falls as this markets price action continues to defy the calls for an oil price crash. ISIS forced Iraqi security forces to flee the largest province in Iraq despite help from U.S. air support.
By Phil Flynn | May 8, 2015
Profit taking continued in the crude oil market as U.S. demand seemed to slow and a surging U.S. dollar shook out some longs in oil.
By Phil Flynn | March 10, 2015
By Christopher Johnson, Reuters | March 6, 2015
Fighting in Libya and Iraq spurred output worries that brought brent up to $61.
By John Caiazzo | February 9, 2015
Geopolitics are influencing all investment areas in unpredictable ways.
By Maher Chmaytelli | February 5, 2015
Islamist gunmen sought to take control of an oil field in Libya, taking women and guards as hostages. Libya holds Africa's largest oil reserve.
By Phil Flynn | September 15, 2014
After China's Industrial production number hit a 12-year low oil traders have to ask themselves where the demand is going to come from.
By Phil Flynn | September 11, 2014
While President Obama lays out his plan to fight ISIS, OPEC is fighting a war against a growing oil glut.
By Phil Flynn | August 19, 2014
Reports that ISIS lost control of the country's largest dam in Mosul were welcome by bearish oil traders.