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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.
By Matt Weller | June 23, 2014
The market’s renewed focus on interest rates is having a major effect on emerging market currencies, which tend to offer higher interest rates than their developed market counterparts.
By Phil Flynn | June 23, 2014
Oil prices rise as Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Baghdad as border stations are falling and the possibility of a regional war is running high.
By Phil Flynn | June 20, 2014
Crude oil and precious metals soar as President Obama will send up to 300 advisers to Iraq and Russia builds up troops on the Ukraine border.