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Craig Erlam

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Craig Erlam's Opinion & Analysis
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Stock markets have turned negative on the final trading day of the week, with Europe tracking Asia lower and U.S. markets expected to follow. Whether this is the start of a late summer pullback or...
Oil prices are continuing to gradually rise on Thursday. Strong earnings and a cautious U.S. central bank bodes well for crude, which saw the rally slow heading into Fed day. Oil is now closing in on...
Oil prices are edging higher, but just like other risk assets, moves are fairly muted – and have been for days. The API on Tuesday reported a larger draw than expected from the EIA release, which will...
Oil prices have been levelling off the last couple of days after enjoying a strong rebound from last Monday’s sell-off. There hasn’t really been much development on this front since the start of the...
Major week for US markets All eyes on the US next week as the Fed meets and we head into peak earnings season. The central bank will discuss its exit strategy from emergency era stimulus and investors...
Optimism Builds Into Weekend Stock markets are ending the week on a positive note, with earnings continuing to surprise to the upside and COVID fears being brushed aside as the S&P 500 and NASDAQ...
Oil prices have bounced back strongly after a rocky start to the week. OPEC+ struck a deal to slowly ramp up production each month by 400,000 with a view to erase all cuts by the end of next year. The...
Oil survives inventory scare Oil was getting more love Wednesday, with WTI moving back above $70 a barrel. Monday’s growth fears were seemingly overdone and a move above $70, should it close...
Powell fails to ease concerns Everyone is watching the bond markets at the moment, as yields accelerate higher and investors become increasingly anxious. That is dominating the headlines and...
Everyone is watching the bond markets at the moment, as yields accelerate higher and investors become increasingly anxious. That is dominating the headlines and it’s unlikely to change next...