Current Analysis

The recent dramatic drop in crude oil prices has been blamed on Saudi Arabia and OPEC trying to take a shot at U.S. shale oil producers.

While bearish oil traders kept their focus on the supply side of oil, many forgot to focus on the demand side and it is the demand side that propelled oil back to a three-week high yesterday.

Global markets are blowing up after North Korea allegedly tested a hydrogen bomb and China devalued its currency to the lowest level since 2011.

It’s been another incredible week for the world’s reserve currency, with the dollar index hitting a new 11-year high near 95.00.

Coinbase’s announcement of $75 million in Series C funding has brought Bitcoin surging back to center stage, as crypto enthusiasts and financial pundits alike assess the round’s impact.
Some analysts have described natural gas’ price collapse as “epic” in proportion. With prices currently the lowest they have been in more than 10 years, it’s staggering to think that some analysts say prices need to fall further.
Although it went nearly straight up for the first three months of 2012, the Nasdaq 100 has pulled back through much of April. Now, in the heart of earnings season, the index faces a possible turning point.
Since putting a high around $308 in May of last year, coffee prices have fallen steadily with prices recently dipping as low as $180. According to analysts, most of the decline can be attributed to one producer: Brazil.
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The euro has traded in a consolidated range since the end of May.