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Readers ,Just refresh yoru memory and see on 15th March ,I had written close below 337 will create panic and my target was of 283-265 level.
Today it kissed 283 level and now while updating its trading at 289.
No Magic ,No Miracle -Only Power of chart.
Updated at 13:48/29th March/Baroda
For global stocks, the way down ($15 trillion lost in 7 months) has been much easier than the climb up ($30 trillion added in 4 years).
With markets from Asia to Europe entering bear markets this month, stocks worldwide have lost more than $14 trillion, or 20 percent, in value from a record last June amid worries over global growth and deepening oil declines. The pace of the drop has been so fast that it has already unraveled about half of the rally since a low in 2011.
Good morning. The long-awaited jobs report is out and it came as worse than expected (as Goldman predicted). 263,000 jobs were lost and unemployment rate came in at 9.8%. Futures were trading lower ahead of the report and have stayed that way since.
Other news include the World Bank’s warning of a wobble ahead for the global economy, a strong dollar is very important to Geithner, Bernanke suggests a Board of Regulators, Meredith Whitney says small business credit crunch continues and Comcast & NBC are apparently in deal talksAt 10:AM we have Factory Orders for August and news of the Chicago Olympic Bid will also come out today between 12:30PM to 1:PM EST.
Already this fall I had expected and written to have cautious approach.Now just will watch S&P 500.Below 1031 will take to 1014-1009 level and there after retest of 991 level.
Will update more about DOW ,Nasdaq Compostite and S&P very shortly.
Iam personally Bearish for Stocks/Commodity from last 15 days and will not buy anything.
Shutdown – Canadian Upgrader
First, there was a fire on Jan. 6 at an oil sands upgrader (that’s where bitumen is converted to synthetic crude oil), which forced Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. to shut production at its 110,000 barrels per day ((bpd)) Horizon oil sands project.
Canada is the top region where the United States gets its crude oil and petroleum product imports. This 110,000 bpd capacity is almost 6% of the U.S. daily import volume from Canada.
Shutdown – Alaska Pipeline
Then, the Trans Alaska Pipeline, which is owned by BP, ConocoPhilips (COP), Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM), Chevron Corp (CVX) and Koch Industries Inc., had to shut down on Saturday Jan. 8, after a leak was discovered at Prudhoe Bay. (Talk about how BP just can’t get a break.)
The 800-mile pipeline carries about 15% of U.S. oil production. Oil producers reportedly are in the process of cutting 95% of output, which is normally around 630,000 bpd. So far, there’s no estimate as to how long the shutdown will last.
Worse Than Hurrican Ivan
These two outages could potentially cut the U.S. crude supply by up to 709,000 barrels per day. That’s about 8% of the U.S. crude import, and around 3.6% of U.S. consumption.
To put it in perspective, this 709,000 bpd volume is more than the disruption caused by Hurricane Ivan. When Ivan hit the U.S. Gulf in 2004, it took down about one third of the oil output in the region, which is around 1.6 million bpd.
OPEC Eyeing $110 a Barrel
Last but not least, several OPEC members are increasinly talking about how the Cartel would not act unless crude crosses $110 a barrel.
This new tightened supply picture, couple with OPEC talks, will most likely turn crude oil to move on its own momentum. As such, there will be new money coming into the market, more upward pressure, and lots of short covering.
Breaking Above $93 on Supply Concerns
From a technical standpoint, there’s a high probability that crude could easily top $91 a barrel as early as Monday, Jan 10, from the current $88.41 price point, before busting through $93 a barrel levels by end of the week on supply concerns. Also look for WTI to outperform Brent during the week.