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Why the U.S.-Canada Exchange Rate is Moving Amid the Pandemic
The Importance of Copper in China’s Economy
reached its highest level since 2011. China’s switch to renewable energy systems is likely to be a key demand driver for copper moving forward.
Economist Perspective: Rotation
Economist Perspective: FX: It Is All Relative
COVID Response Boosts Green Metals
Unprecedented stimulus has led some countries to focus on a green recovery with more renewables and lower emission vehicles.
Striking Options: Q3 Equities & Gold Outlook
Is Additional Treasury Issuance Driving a Steeper Yield Curve?
OpenMarkets Roundtable – The Sustainability of U.S. Debt
CME Micro Options on Micro E-mini S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 Futures
Striking Options: Equities and Crude Edge Higher
What Data Do Traders Use In A Pandemic?
The disconnect between stock markets and the economy creates tough decisions for traders looking for market moving data. A mix of technical analysis of stocks and reliance on traditional data could be the right mix for traders in the COVID era.
Striking Options: Equities Rally & Gold Retreats
Why Brazil Has Grown As a Soybean Producer
Why the Cushing Storage Hub Matters to Oil
As global economies reopen, oil stocks in Cushing have been drawn down to 51 million barrels in storage since the peak of 65.4 million barrels on May 1, 2020.
Economist Perspective: What Changed to Rally Euro?
Silver Is the Comeback Kid
Striking Options: Big Tech & Gold
Should We Maintain High Expectations For FAANG?
The FAANG stocks are all up more than 20% this year as stay-at-home life embraces technology. Growth could taper in the months ahead with FAANG companies trading at historically expensive P/E ratios.
Tracking the Economic Recovery in Real Time
Striking Options: Silver Soars & Q2 Tech Earnings
Is This the Beginning, Or the End for Palm Oil in China?
Striking Options: Q2 Bank Earnings & Gold Resistance
The Currencies Gauging the Crisis
The Australian dollar is among the currencies that have dramatically recovered since the start of global lockdowns. The Japanese yen, often considered a safe haven, has flattened as the global economic picture improves.