Posts filed under “Energy”

Falling Bonds, Rising Yields

Bond prices in the US, Europe and Japan have been sliding since December. At 4.11%, European 10-year government bond yields are at the highest level since  7/6/06, while at 4.88%, US bond yields are at their highest level since 8/15/06.


Graphic courtesy of Michael Panzner

From the Fed’s perspective, while falling energy prices have acted as the equivalent of rate cuts, rising yields are moving to cancel those out.

Category: Energy, Federal Reserve, Fixed Income/Interest Rates, Inflation

GSCI Cuts Energy Exposure (Again)

Category: Commodities, Energy, Markets


Category: Commodities, Energy

Conspiracy Theories?

Category: Energy, Markets, Politics

Oil Price Cycles Up, Then Down

Category: Commodities, Energy, Weblogs

Calling All Conspiracy Theorists!

Category: Energy, Markets, Politics, Psychology

Why is Oil Dropping (and what might its impact be)?

Category: Commodities, Economy, Energy, Psychology, Technical Analysis

Gasoline Prices

Category: Commodities, Economy, Energy

Falling Gas Prices Help Low End Consumer

Category: Commodities, Economy, Energy, Retail

CPI & the Soft Landing

Category: Commodities, Data Analysis, Economy, Energy