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How Is The Omicron Strain Expected To Impact Markets?

How Is The Omicron Strain Expected To Impact Markets?

U.S. equity contracts and European shares are on the rise with oil, rebounding from Friday’s steep decline due to fears of a new virus variant. There are reports that this strain’s symptoms are relatively mild, but the WHO warns of “severe consequences.”

What is Causing a Sharp Oil Selloff?

What is Causing a Sharp Oil Selloff?

Oil dropped after the U.S. asked some of the biggest Oil-consuming countries to join it by tapping into stockpiles to manage global energy prices, according to people familiar with the matter.

Big Oil to Post Highest Cash Flow in 13 Years

Big Oil to Post Highest Cash Flow in 13 Years

Five supermajors plan to release earnings on Thursday & Friday and it's expected reports will show roughly $29 billion in free cash flow - the most since 2008. This could be due to a strong demand for crude, natural gas and chemical price surges, and a rebound in refineries.

Turning Inflation Lemons to Lemonade

Turning Inflation Lemons to Lemonade

The Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation measure rose to its highest in roughly 30 years and Chair Jerome Powell sees inflation continuing into 2022. What assets may benefit from rising inflation? Historically, energy and consumer shares have risen in a high-inflation environment.


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