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Economist Perspective: Oil's Changing Supply Landscape

Economist Perspective: Oil's Changing Supply Landscape

The Permian basin has been a key contributor to the shale revolution.

Market Movers: October FOMC Meeting

Market Movers: October FOMC Meeting

Third time's the charm? Why an October rate cut is still on the table.

Market Mover: Q3 Tech Earnings

Market Mover: Q3 Tech Earnings

Is the FAANG's story about to change?

Striking Options: Q3 Earnings Season

Striking Options: Q3 Earnings Season

Big banks kicked off Q3 earnings season. The result? Earnings off to a strong start.

Market of the Week: 10-Year T-Note

Market of the Week: 10-Year T-Note

A partial U.S.-China trade deal has moved Treasury yields into positive territory. Is the latest trade truce calming recession worries?

Market Movers: Q3 Bank Earnings

Market Movers: Q3 Bank Earnings

Have you marked your calendar? Big banks are kicking off third quarter earnings season. How will the numbers shape up?

Economist Perspective: U.S. Shale Oil Buffers Middle East Influence

Economist Perspective: U.S. Shale Oil Buffers Middle East Influence

As U.S. oil exports rise, the power of Saudi Arabia and Russia to jointly influence oil prices has diminished.

Striking Options: Gold Strength and Interest Rates Weaken

Striking Options: Gold Strength and Interest Rates Weaken

U.S. producer prices post largest decline in eight months. Does this data support an October rate cut?

Market Movers: October Crop Report

Market Movers: October Crop Report

Ag markets are waiting on final adjustment to acreage and objective yield counts.

Market of the Week: E-mini Nasdaq-100

Market of the Week: E-mini Nasdaq-100

Tech stocks are closely monitoring U.S.-China trade talks.