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Archive Monthly Archives: April 2018

Understanding Liquidity in Commodities

By BenzingaWhen it comes down to it, you trade for the money. But when you’re trading futures online, it’s hard to imagine how you can get your hands on cold hard cash.Why Is Liquidity Important?At its base, liquidity is the ability to turn your investments into cash. It involves the ease of being able to […]

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"Everything's Red" – Stocks Slammed Ahead Of Bibi Speech

10Y Yields are back at 10-day lows and once again… And the earnings-based, hope-strewn opening gap up in stocks has been erased once again… S&P slides into the red after Gartman turns bullish — zerohedge (@zerohedge) April 30, 2018 This latest leg down appears to have been triggered as Israeli PM Netanyahu prepares to […]

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South Korea's President: Trump Should Win Nobel Peace Prize

As President Trump prepares for his own summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, South Korean leader Moon Jae-in said U.S. President Donald Trump deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the standoff with North Korea over its nuclear weapons program, a South Korean official said on Monday. Just a few […]

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China's Oil Futures Are Gaining Momentum

Authored by Nick Cunningham via, China’s new oil futures contract is gaining some momentum as a fixture on the global oil market, although hurdles remain before it can become a key benchmark for Asia. China launched its yuan-denominated oil benchmark in March to much fanfare, after years of planning and delays. The logic of starting up […]

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Israel Closes Airspace Near Syria Border Ahead Of Netanyahu Speech With "Dramatic News About Iran"; Oil Surges

Update: largely as expected, Haaretz reports that Netanyahu will reveal proof Iran “cheated” on the nuclear deal. NETANYAHU EXPECTED TO REVEAL DOCS WHICH SHOW HOW IRAN ‘CHEATED’ ON NUCLEAR DEAL: HAARETZ. Perhaps Colin Powell should present it to the waiting world? * * * Moments ago, Israel’s Channel10 reported that Netanyahu is set to make […]

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Deutsche Bank Calculates The Level Of The New "Fed Put"

Back in February, in the immediate aftermath of the Feb. 5 volocaust, we quoted a troubling – for stock bulls – statement from outgoing NY Fed president Bil Dudley, who revealed that not only was the recent market correction not “a big drop”, but that the Fed’s “Powell Put” was far lower. Specifically, commenting on […]

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Netanyahu Claims Iran Had Plan To Produce Nuclear Weapons

Oil is soaring to $69.34/bbl, the highest price since 2014, after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran of secretly developing and building nuclear weapons. As we noted earlier, according to Axios Bibi’s speech would be “hugely helpful for Trump” as it “builds the public case for Trump to blow up the Iran deal on […]

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WTI Soars Above $69, Gold Jumps After Bibi Alleges "Secret Iran Nuclear Weapon Plan"

WTI has just broken above $69, spiking from as low as $67 earlier, following accusations from Israeli PM Netanyahu  that Iran had a secret plan to build nuclear weapons…   And as war looms, gold is bid…

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Former UN Weapons Inspector: Syrian Gas Attack Story Raises Serious Questions

Scott Ritter is arguably the most experienced American weapons inspector and in this interview with Dennis J. Bernstein he levels a frank assessment of U.S. government assertions about chemical weapons use. Ritter: “They just make it up.” Authored by Dennis Bernstein via, In the 1980’s, Scott Ritter was a commissioned officer in the United […]

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From "Do Nothing Democrats" To The "Diaper Genie Administration" – White House Correspondents' Dinner Highlights

With President Trump absent for a second year running, The White House Correspondents’ Dinner – which sees journalists and politicians come together to raise money for charity while saying all the things they really wanted to say about each other in public (before Trump’s arrival seemingly enabled that anyway) – was, perhaps, a little more […]

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