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For commodity traders operating in the Information Age, just good old trading doesn’t cut it anymore.

Commodity Traders Have a Really Big Problem

For commodity traders operating in the Information Age, just good old trading doesn’t cut it anymore.

Nobel laureate Angus Deaton and bestselling author Thomas Piketty joined more than 300 fellow economists in arguing there is “no economic justification” for tax havens as policy makers prepare to meet in London for anti-corruption talks. Tax Haven, London School Of Economics, China, Lettering, Dutch Tulip, Bestselling Author, Writers, Finance, Socialism

The World's Most Extreme Speculative Mania Unravels in China

From the Dutch tulip craze of 1637 to America’s dot-com bubble at the turn of the century, history is littered with speculative frenzies that ended badly for investors.

Nobel laureate Angus Deaton and bestselling author Thomas Piketty joined more than 300 fellow economists in arguing there is “no economic justification” for tax havens as policy makers prepare to meet in London for anti-corruption talks. Tax Haven, London School Of Economics, China, Lettering, Dutch Tulip, Bestselling Author, Writers, Finance, Socialism

The World's Most Extreme Speculative Mania Unravels in China

From the Dutch tulip craze of 1637 to America’s dot-com bubble at the turn of the century, history is littered with speculative frenzies that ended badly for investors.

Here Are the Best- and Worst-Performing Assets of 2015 - Bloomberg Business

Here Are the Best- and Worst-Performing Assets of 2015

From currencies to corporate bonds.

Yen's Best Week Since February Drives Surge in Volatility Gauge - Bloomberg

Yen's Best Week Since February Drives Surge in Volatility Gauge

The yen logged its biggest weekly gain since February, sending volatility in the $5.3 trillion-a-day currency market toward a four-year high.

Global Stocks Fall Most Since February, Yen Surges to 2014 High - Bloomberg

Global Stocks Sink Most Since February as Yen Soars to 2014 High

Stocks around the world fell by the most in almost two months as heightened concern over global growth drove investors toward haven assets, boosting government bonds and propelling the yen to its strongest level since 2014.

In the high desert plain of New Mexico, Roger Hunter monitors automated trades on hog futures and currency pairs. Bloomberg Business, Wall Street, New Mexico, Sayings, News, Pairs, Top, Lyrics, Word Of Wisdom

Barclays Says Commodities to Slump on a `Rush for the Exits'

Commodities including oil and copper are at risk of steep declines as recent advances aren’t fully grounded in improved fundamentals, according to Barclays Plc, which warned that prices may tumble as investors rush for the exits.

A Short History of Unsuccessfully Calling a Bottom in Oil: Chart - Bloomberg Business International Energy Agency, Bloomberg Business, Chart, Oil, History, Historia, History Books, Cooking Oil, Butter

A Short History of Unsuccessfully Calling a Bottom in Oil: Chart

Catching a falling knife is hard, especially when it’s covered in oil. The International Energy Agency today said oil prices may have bottomed out. Several people have tried to call the oil’s floor since prices started falling in the summer of 2014. So far nobody has been right.

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Midwest Flooding Disrupts Everything From Oil to Wheat

Deadly flooding across the U.S. Midwest is disrupting everything from oil to agriculture, forcing pipelines, terminals and grain elevators to close.

Morgan Stanley: Oil's Road Toward Rebalancing Could Take a Detour in 2016 - Bloomberg Business

Morgan Stanley: Oil's Road Toward Rebalancing Could Take a Detour in 2016

Downside risks are mounting.

The most destructive oil crash in a generation is giving ship owners a billion-dollar windfall.

In World With Too Much Crude Oil, 1,100-Foot Steel Monsters Rule

The most destructive oil crash in a generation is giving ship owners a billion-dollar windfall.

Morgan Stanley: Oil's Road Toward Rebalancing Could Take a Detour in 2016 - Bloomberg Business

Morgan Stanley: Oil's Road Toward Rebalancing Could Take a Detour in 2016

Downside risks are mounting.

For commodity traders operating in the Information Age, just good old trading doesn’t cut it anymore. Information Age, Everything, World, Big, The World, Peace

Commodity Traders Have a Really Big Problem

For commodity traders operating in the Information Age, just good old trading doesn’t cut it anymore.

Commodities in Turmoil as Trump’s Projected Win Shocks Investors - Bloomberg

Commodities Recover From Jolt as Markets Assess Trump Win

Raw materials and shares of the companies producing them were whipsawed as investors wrestled with the implications of Donald Trump’s stunning victory in the U.S. presidential election.

UPM’s Energy Market Analysis team uses highly sophisticated analysis tools to predict future energy price developments in the markets. Future Energy, Crystal Ball, Tools, Marketing, Digital, Appliance, Vehicles

Predicting energy prices using a digital crystal ball

UPM’s Energy Market Analysis team uses highly sophisticated analysis tools to predict future energy price developments in the markets.

Saudi Arabia and Russia, the world’s two largest crude producers, agreed to freeze output after talks in Qatar. Bloomberg Business, Oil And Gas, Saudi Arabia, Doha, Iran, Russia, Marketing, Oil Production

OPEC's Path From Oil Freeze to Output Cuts Is Far From Clear

Saudi Arabia said its accord with Russia to cap oil production was “the beginning of a process,” but the path from a freeze to the output cuts needed to eliminate a global surplus is far from clear.