|Bid||11.40 x 46000|
|Ask||11.47 x 309400|
|Day's Range||11.39 - 11.52|
|52 Week Range||9.23 - 16.24|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.19|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.73%|
Saudi Aramco has had to cut production by as much as 5 million barrels a day after the Houthi rebel group in Yemen led a drone attack on the the biggest crude-processing plant. The shutdown amounts to ...
Saudi brought in a royal family member in the energy sector's top position, probably to boost oil prices and facilitate Aramco's IPO. These ETFs can benefit if things go as planned.
Differences in outlook on how best to deal with adversarial countries led President Donald Trump on Tuesday to dismiss National Security Advisor John Bolton and will force the president to choose a fourth person for the job less than three years into his administration. To many observers the move, while not necessarily expected, wasn't surprising: Trump and Bolton had notably differing approaches to the nation's perceived adversaries, with Bolton a hardliner criticized by some as a war hawk while Trump has vacillated between conciliatory and threatening, but generally has preferred to negotiate over differences more than Bolton.
Mario Draghi Expected to Rage Against the Dying of the Euro This week will be European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s last opportunity to print the Old World into prosperity. Monetary policy wonks are almost universally expecting him to push overnight lending rates in the Eurozone even further into negative territory, despite the fact that […]The post Market Morning: Draghi's Final Act, Brexit Saga Continues, Saudis Get New Energy Guy, China Buys Gold appeared first on Market Exclusive.
After slipping into bear territory on trade war escalation and recession fears, oil prices received a boost from a slew of positive news including pick up in China's services sector and hopes of trade talks resumption.
The United States Oil Fund (NYSEArca: USO), which tracks West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures, and the United States Brent Oil Fund (NYSEArca: BNO), which tracks Brent crude oil futures, rallied Wednesday ...
Volatile as always, the United States Oil Fund (USO) , which tracks West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures, is lower by 2% this week, but the benchmark oil exchange-traded product is luring some elevated options activity. Oil’s demise has been the result of a number of occurrences. On Tuesday, the API reported a surprise crude oil inventory build of nearly 4 million barrels, jolting markets that had just seen massive increases on earlier news that the United States was pushing back tariffs for some of the items anticipated to go into effect at the beginning of September.
Spanish, Portuguese Bonds Near 0% Yield Inverted yield curves, record amounts of debt yielding negative rates, and countries only a few years ago on the verge of bankruptcy yielding next to nothing. These are the signs of the beginning of a possible manic bubble phase of a nearly 40 year bond bull market now in […]The post Market Morning: Bond Bubble Reaches New Heights, Turkey Jails Mayors, Iran US Tanker Face Off, appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Labor Day is just three weeks away.Source: Shutterstock It's the last holiday weekend of the summer. So, it's the last chance for the oil companies to gouge vacationing drivers.Yes, I'm being sarcastic… but, only slightly.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsYou see, there are plenty of examples of oil prices bottoming a few weeks before a major travel holiday and then spiking higher as that holiday approaches. For whatever reason, those examples are most extreme during the summer.Think about the last time we traded oil. We turned bullish on oil in early June, less than one month before Independence Day. * 7 Stocks Under $7 to Invest in Now Back then, there really wasn't any fundamental reason to expect the price of oil to rise. The price of oil had fallen more than 20% in the previous month. Oil inventories were near their highest levels in five years. And concerns over the U.S.-China trade war were weighing on the economy.But we bought oil anyway - because, for whatever reason, the price of oil seems to always rally going into Independence Day.By the time the fireworks went off, oil had rallied 14%. Traders who bought shares of the United States Oil Fund (USO) in early June were able to lock in a 14% gain when we suggested selling the position three weeks later.Ever since then the price of oil has been falling. Last week, oil traded down to its June low of about $51.00 per barrel. And, I think that action is giving traders another chance to buy into the gooey black stuff just in time for another pre-holiday run-up in price.Take a look at this chart of USO from last year…Last year's pre-Labor Day rally in oil got started around mid-August. The price of oil rallied about 10% in just two weeks last year.Traders should note that this year's pre-Independence Day rally played out almost exactly as what happened last year. If the expected pre-Labor Day rally plays out similarly as well, then it looks like we have a pretty nice setup for buying oil right about now.Best regards and good trading,Jeff Clark More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Large-Cap Stocks to Sell Right Now * 7 Stocks Under $7 to Invest in Now * 7 Marijuana Stocks With Critical Levels to Watch The post Is Oil Ready to Rally Again? appeared first on InvestorPlace.
The Department of Energy released a statement Wednesday that Iran is trying to destabilize the oil market, OilPrice.com reported. The global oil market and future demand for the commodity are negatively impacted by multiple political themes, Apple-Metro CEO Zane Tankel told Fox Business News in a TV interview Wednesday.
The United States Oil Fund (USO) , which tracks West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures, is lower by more than 4% over the past week and the increasing trade hostility between the U.S. and China, the world's two largest economies, is a big reason why oil is slumping. Investors considering USO or other oil exchange-traded products have several factors to consider, including the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). The International Energy Agency projects consumption to increase each quarter of 2019 year-over-year, albeit at a slower-than-usual pace for the first quarter.
WALNUT CREEK, Calif., Aug. 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- USCF today announced that it has joined the Raymond James IAD ETF No-Transaction-Fee (NTF) platform providing access to all thirteen of their exchange-traded funds and products.
President Trump’s new tariff impacted crude oil prices. On Thursday, the WTI near-month crude oil futures price fell approximately 8%.
ETFs to gain from upbeat U.S. consumers' economic outlook on a decent job market, contained inflation, rising wages and prospects of low interest rates.
On Wednesday, Brent crude oil active futures settled $7.3 higher than the WTI crude oil active futures—an important development for US oil exports.
A veteran oil analyst sees a "generational" opportunity in big oil stocks, which are paying high dividend yields and have lagged oil prices this year.