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Craig Erlam

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Oil rebound brief as gas spikes amid sabotage on Nord Stream pipelines Oil prices rebounded on Tuesday but that proved to be only a brief correction as economic doom and gloom has driven them lower...
No Letting Up
By Craig Erlam - Sep 28, 2022
It would appear we’re in for another day of risk-off trade, with parts of Asia recording heavy losses and Europe opening on the backfoot. Fear of tightening-induced recessions has wiped out the...
Oil Pares Losses Ahead Of Next Week’s OPEC+ Meeting Oil prices are recovering following the sell-off over the last couple of sessions. The prospect of a deeper economic slowdown, perhaps even...
Stock markets have steadied in Asia and early European trade on Tuesday but that is not reflective of the mood in the markets at the moment so it may struggle to hold. The volatility in FX markets at...
Economic fears are sweeping through the markets once again this morning, with the UK taking a particular drubbing as the pound hit a record low against the dollar. Friday’s mini-budget has gone...
Economic woes continue to weigh on oil prices, with Brent and WTI off around 1% again today and trading at pre-invasion levels. With more and more central banks being forced to take extraordinary...
Now that Wall Street has had some time to digest the FOMC decision, the focus shifts to how quickly the economy is weakening and a wave of Fed speak. A wide range of economic releases includes more...
In the following video, OANDA Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam discusses the British Pound, which has fallen to its lowest level since 1985.  
Oil drifts lower amid recession risk The threat of a global recession continues to weigh on oil prices, with widespread monetary tightening over the last couple of days fueling fears of a significant...
A negative end to the week in Asia, and Europe has quickly followed as the prospect of much more tightening and a recession weighs on sentiment. The last 48 hours have seen central banks around the...