The market is under pressure once again on Tuesday after yesterday saw a historic plunge in oil.
In case you missed it: Oil prices plunged to below zero for the first time ever on Monday as storage tanks were nearly full amid a collapse in demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Oil contracts expiring Tuesday remained in negative territory while futures for the June contract were trading around $16 a barrel.
"What this means – is that there is a massive oversupply of oil in the marketplace – and we are quickly running out of places to store it. Parts of the industry telling us today that they have been talking about this for months now – that they knew this was going to happen," wrote Kenny Polcari, SlateStone's senior wealth strategist, in his morning newsletter.
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