Frank26: I am not interested in .............. SHARING ........... Any longer for the rest of 2015.
Our SHARING is not the same as "others".
Our files are not theirs............. Years have established that with our TEAMS.
Your KTFA MONDAY CC'S are Ice Breakers for the proximal week.
So understand ........... For the rest of 2015 we do not need any thing else .......... To Understand.
Naturally ......... If I am asked a qt on the MR indeed I will answer.
But that's it .......... Only an answer .......... Not the normal answer with so much more info added to it for deeper absorption.
The IQD STUDY will become boring for the rest of 2015 but the excitement of KTFA
MISSION WORK will be Exciting to follow and ............ STUDY.
Then in ............... THE EARLY PART OF 2016 ..... LOL .......... TRY TO SHUT ME AND MY TEAMS UP !!!
IMO ......... "IF" .......... We see the LD'S this month ......... The above is NULL and VOID :))
CSHessman: Oil sinks under $36, aiming for biggest weekly loss of the year
Published: Dec 11, 2015 10:41 a.m. ET
Analyst sees no ‘happy ending’ for oil this yearBy MYRA P. SAEFONG
BARBARA KOLLMEYER MARKETS REPORTER
JENNY W. HSU
Oil futures sank below $36 a barrel on Friday, holding ground at a nearly seven-year low and trading more than 10% lower for the week, poised for their largest weekly loss of the year.
Brent crude also looked ready to mark its lowest settlement since December 2008 as the International Energy Agency warned that the global crude-supply glut will continue to keep prices low.
Meanwhile, prices for natural gas dropped below $2 per million British thermal units for the first time in more than three years.
January West Texas Intermediate crude CLF6, -1.82% traded at $35.89 a barrel, down 87 cents, or 2.4%, on the New York Mercantile. For the week, it’s down around 10.2%. A weekly fall of more than 9.6% would be the largest one of this year.
WTI prices, which continue to trade at their lowest levels since February 2009, were also set for a sixth straight session loss, which would be the longest streak of daily declines since March.
The geopolitics of cheap oil(1:43)
Cheap oil has a disparate effect in different regions of the world, as consumers see a boon and producers come up short. WSJ's Jerry Seib discusses the economic and geopolitical impact. Photo:AP
January Brent crude LCOF6, -2.49% on London’s ICE Futures exchange fell $1.07, or 2.7%, to $38.66 a barrel, set for their lowest settlement of the year.
“The near term support is near $33.19 and given where the fundamentals are, there is nothing stopping the price to visit this level. However, if we break this level, then we could easily be moving towards the support area of $30,” said Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at AvaTrade, in emailed comments.
On Friday, a report from the IEA showed “greater ‘pessimism’” about supply, and the organization doesn’t see oversupply eliminated before the end of 2016, noted Commerzbank analysts. “In other words, there is unlikely to be any kind of ‘happy ending’ for oil prices this year,” the analysts said.
The IEA said in its report that it sees only limited upside for oil prices until Iran starts ramping up output if sanctions ease up next year. Then it took a swipe at OPEC. “The freewheeling OPEC policy does not—for now-alter the status quo on its supply,” said the IEA, which advises the world’s biggest economies on energy policies.
According to OPEC’s own monthly report, November’s total output is almost 900,000 barrels a day more than the estimated demand for OPEC crude next year. OPEC last pumped more crude in April 2012, when its production was 31.7 million barrels a day, an OPEC official said.
Petroleum-product prices traded on Nymex were also sharply lower Friday. January gasoline RBF6, -0.42% lost 1.3 cents, or 1%, to $1.267 a gallon, trading down around 0.1% for the week. January heating oil HOF6, -4.30% dropped 4.9 cents, or 4%, to $1.176 a gallon, down more than 12% for the week.
January natural gas NGF16, -1.84% fell 3.7 cents, or 1.8%, to $1.978 per million British thermal units, set to settle under $2 for the first time since April 2012.
“There seems to be growing consensus around El Niño-induced above average temperatures this winter and spring, which will likely keep [first quarter] demand for gas in 2016 at levels lower than either this year or 2014,” said Holder.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/oil-ho ... iteid=bnbh
Weneedit: Weekend is here, maybe after markets close tonight, or Sunday when markets open, never on a Monday IMO
Robert1001: Congress and Federal Reserve DO NOT have any more money. The only thing that is going to save our economy is the RV!!!!
Iko Ward: Gold will not go quietly into that good night. Crude knows it has no choice. The markets are falling kicking and screaming
Elmerf123456: Santelli: Global markets recalibrating
concan : Heard on CNBC that at last nights closing China announced that they would be depegging from the US dollar and would be pegging to a basket of currencies. Yeah go RV
TEX20071 : Concan...saw CNBC too...recorded it!! Said Yuan was added to basket of CURRENCIES for the IMF reset...
Emailed to Recaps:
CNBC Report - Rick Santelli - Global Markets are Recalibrating!
Live Report on CNBC
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market, and the U.S. dollar.
"Everything's Crashing"By Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge
Friday, December 11, 2015 11:07 AM EST
The writing has been on the wall for a few days/weeks, but it appears a combination of global FX and equity turmoil and domestic corporate debt market collapse is finally starting to roil US equity markets.
The Dow is down over 600 points in the last week or so, bond yields are collapsing, the USDollar is tumbling, crude is crashing, and junk bonds are in free-fall.
As expected in the aftermath of the Third Avenue gating (and as previewed weeks and months ago) Junk debt is getting destroyed:
The Least Surprising Stat Of The Week: Corporate Insiders Are Dumping Their Stock
Submitted by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com,
Here’s one for the "actions speak louder than words" file:
Massive insider selling spurs stock market concerns
(CNBC) – Corporate insiders have been selling their shares at near-record levels, and according to some, this could be a sign for outside investors to start selling as well.
Investment research firm TrimTabs reported on Wednesday that insider selling reached $7.6 billion for the month of November, the fourth-highest monthly level on record. For some this may be an alarming indicator, as corporate insiders tend to have more knowledge than public shareholders on the inner workings of the company, and what may drive stock prices up or down.
“Historically when insiders are selling heavily it’s not the greatest sign,” TrimTabs’ chief executive, David Santschi, told CNBC in a phone interview Wednesday. “I’m surprised given the valuations in the market that they’re not selling more than they are.
According to Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com, this combined with widening disparities in stock leaders and laggers could spell some short-term trouble for the market.
Why isn’t it a surprise that insiders are bailing? Because they see the reality of their businesses up close and personal. Revenues have been falling for the past year in many industries and have absolutely cratered in commodities. See the New York Times’ If it owns a well or a mine, it’s probably in trouble.
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