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Benzinga 05/26/2020 14:32
Toward the end of trading Tuesday, the Dow traded up 2.80% to 25150.26 while the NASDAQ rose 0.99% to 9417.08. The S&P also rose, gaining 1.94% to 3012.86. The U.S. has the highest number of coronavirus cases and deaths in the world, reporting a total of 1,662,760 cases with around 98,220 deaths. Brazil confirmed a total of over 374,890 COVID-19 cases with 23,470 deaths, while Russia reported a total of at least 362,340 confirmed cases and 3,800 deaths. In total, there were at least 5,512,059 cases of COVID-19 worldwide with over 346,610 deaths, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Leading and Lagging Sectors. Financial shares climbed 5.7% on Tuesday. Meanwhile, top gainers in the sector included Colony Bankcorp, Inc. (NAS. 05/25/2020 18:30
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, oil demand has plummeted over the last few months but Russia’s oil minister sees the global supply and demand situation rebalancing within two months, according to RIA sources, cited by Reuters. Russia’s Energy Ministry expects oil demand to improve in May, and notes that we are already seeing major shifts to global oil supplies, with production cuts—either purposefully or otherwise—rising to nearly 15 million barrels per day. The global surplus, the energy ministry says, is between 7 million…
MercoPress 05/25/2020 03:52
French oil trader Pierre Andurand was catapulted into the spotlight this year after correctly betting that the deadly novel coronavirus would spark a sub-zero oil market collapse. Andurand, the 43-year-old founder of London-based Andurand Capital who runs two multi-million-dollar funds, bet in February that the deadly COVID-19 outbreak could represent a rare "black swan" event that would send prices into reverse. 05/22/2020 13:00
COVID-19 Market Update Brent crude gained over 1% Thursday, which--dull as it sounds--was its highest level since March. The bump came as US inventories lessen and OPEC cuts production, while governments are starting to ease COVID-19 restrictions and reopen parts of the economy helping to put demand on the recovery path. WTI gained 1.28% Thursday. But on Friday, a new panic set in after China declined to publish its annual economic growth targets, sending oil prices 6% down in the early Friday hours. (Check out the homepage for live…
FP Trading Desk (Canada) 05/22/2020 11:25
By Liam Denning (Bloomberg Opinion) — This Memorial Day weekend, it’s the oil market that’s asking “are we there yet?” Friday morning delivered a weary “no,” with crude futures giving up a chunk of this week’s rally. That probably had more to do with China suspending economic-growth guidance than any sudden realization U.S. roads wouldn’t be as […]

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