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By JT Long | June 17, 2015
By Phil Flynn | April 30, 2015
It seems like old times for the crude oil market. With the dollar falling and the euro soaring it reminds me of the old quantitative easing risk on, risk off days.
By Tom Armistead | April 4, 2013
Low natural gas prices and volatile oil prices should not hinder investors in the oil and gas sector. In fact, low prices carry their own benefits.
By David Coffin, Eric Coffin | July 1, 2010
On the rare occasions that political rhetoric seems to understate a problem, it's big.
By The Gold Report | May 3, 2010
Why the U.S. is in a depression and why a "Hyper-Inflationary Great Depression" is now unavoidable.
By Jon Nadler | October 6, 2009
Trading sources cited an amalgam of "rumour-based U.S. dollar weakness" and Australia's surprise hike in interest rates, as the prime catalysts for the now historic spike in gold. But is it warranted?
By Staff Writer | December 16, 2008
Facing perhaps its greatest challenge since Chavez came to power, the national oil company increasingly has to choose between spending needed to maintain output or ...
By Staff Writer | November 21, 2008
The government is expected to revise its oil pricing, with a fuel tax as part of it. At this point, since it's not revised prices ...
By Jing Yang | August 6, 2007
Oil wholesalers who withhold supplies from private gas stations and oil retailers who engage in profiteering will be punished, says NDRC.
By Andrew K. Burger | November 8, 2006
Private and public sector investment in renewable energy companies continues to grow at a rapid clip this year, creating what's shaping up as an investment boom in the sector.