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What is Driving the Rally in Global Gas Prices?
Economist Perspective: Rising Energy Costs Could Impact Agriculture
As Fertilizer Prices Grow, Farmers Could Face Tough Decisions
Economist Perspective: The Growing Impact of Surging Energy Costs
What Happens When the Fed Tapers?
Economist Perspective: An End to Germany’s Fiscal Conservatism?
What to Watch in the Oil Market: A “Power Ranking” of Reports
Economist Perspective: Low Expectations For High Interest Rates
Q&A: Exchange Leaders Discuss China’s Evolving Markets, Managing Global Risks
Leaders from CME Group, FTSE Russell and Singapore Exchange discuss the changing nature of managing risks across borders.
Economist Perspective: Scenarios for Gold
Commodities Continue on a Supercycle Trajectory… For Now
Economist Perspective: High Credit Scores Boost Housing
Gold Can Regain Its Luster
Economist Perspective: Neutral Interest Rate Policy
How the U.S. Became the World’s LNG Price Setter
Yield Insights: The 10-Year Yield and Fed Tools
Natural Gas Options Point to Challenging Winter
Yield Insights: How Does Federal Debt Affect the Yield Curve?
Surging Inflation is a U.S. Phenomenon, Not a Global One
As Demand for Corn Grows, New Key Data Points to Watch
Economist Perspective: Inflation and Labor Markets
Economist Perspective: Inflation Surges But Bonds Hold Steady
How the Long Tech Rally Evolved
Traders have increasingly used Micro Nasdaq futures contracts as a hedge as the tech rally carried on. Technology companies tend to have a strong inverse correlation to interest rates because of commonly used discounted cash flow models.
Economist Perspective: U.S. Home Prices Surge
How the Delta Variant is Impacting the Economy
As Inflation Surges, Investors Look for Hedges
The latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) report showed inflation rising at its fastest pace since August 2008, driven by supply chain backups and extreme demand as economies begin recovering from the pandemic.