The Oil Price and EMEs growth in Credit and Petroleum Consumption since 2000

In this post I present a closer look at the credit growth for 6 Emerging Market Economies (EME) together with the developments in their and the net oil exporters petroleum consumption for the period 2000 to 2014. The 6 EMEs are; Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Where did the lion’s share of growth inContinue reading “The Oil Price and EMEs growth in Credit and Petroleum Consumption since 2000”

Changes in Total Global Credit Affect The Oil Price

In some posts on Fractional Flow I have presented some of my explorations of any relations between the oil price, changes to global total credit/debt and interest rates. My objective has been to gain and share some of my insights of how I see the economic undertows that also influences the price formation for crudeContinue reading “Changes in Total Global Credit Affect The Oil Price”

Are We In The Midst Of An Epic Battle Between Interest Rates And The Oil Price?

What follows are the continuance of my research, discussions, observations and thoughts around the nexus of debts, interest rates and the oil price. I now believe these relations are poorly understood and with total global debt levels at all time highs (and growing), years of low interest rates, which are kept low (by concerted effortsContinue reading “Are We In The Midst Of An Epic Battle Between Interest Rates And The Oil Price?”