Crude oil is the world’s biggest and most important traded commodity. In some earlier articles, like this and this, I explored for relations between the oil price, the world’s credit creation and interest rates. This is a continuation of my exploration of how the world’s credit creation affects the structural level of the oil price.Continue reading “The Price of Oil”
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The Oil Price – Some (Mar-16) Observations and Thoughts
In this post I present some selected parameters I monitor which may help understand near term (2-3 years) oil price movements and levels. It has been my understanding for some time that the formulations of fiscal and monetary policies also affects the commodities markets. Changes to total global debt has and will continue to affectContinue reading “The Oil Price – Some (Mar-16) Observations and Thoughts”
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?”