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Hi I'm Lior, an MA graduate in Economics. I have worked for several years in a variety of economic related positions, and in 2010 I started my own blog – Trading NRG, which is a news and analysis blog about gold, silver, natural gas and oil.
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  • Natural gas, Gold & Crude oil prices – daily recap Jan 10
     Crude oil price (NYSE:WTI), as expected, increased yesterday by 1.39% for WTI and 2.06% for Brent spot price. Yesterday’s price increase breaks the decline crude oil price has experienced last week as WTI fell by 3.8% and Brent spot price decreased by 1.6%.

    For natural gas spot price, the Henry Hub price continues its decline, after falling last week by nearly 5%; yesterday its price fell by a moderate 0.45%. This decrease in price happens despite the cold weather and increase in consumption (as reported in the recent EIA report on natural gas consumption and storage).

    Continue reading here the daily recap on crude oil, natural gas and gold prices 

    Jan 11 3:02 AM | Link | Comment!
  • Weekly outlook for Crude oil, Natural gas and Gold 10-14 Jan
     The second week of 2011 is underway, here is a weekly outlook for the week of January 10th to 14th showing the news items and reports that will be published this coming week mainly related to the US, Australia and EURO economies; This outlook will provide some insight on how the prices of major commodities such as crude oil price, natural gas spot price and gold price could be affected from these reports. The reports include the following (all times GMT):

     To continue reading on the weekly outlook on crude oil, gold and natural gas click here

    Tags: GOLD
    Jan 09 8:33 AM | Link | Comment!
  • Natural gas & Crude oil price update – daily recap Jan 6
     Crude oil price (NYSE:WTI), continues to zigzag as it rises for one day and falls in the next. Yesterday, it fell by over 2% after it had risen by over 1% in the previous day.

    Bloomberg considers yesterday’s crude oil price fall to be related to the strengthening of the USD against the Euro due to expectations for good news in U.S. employment report, showing the U.S. continues its way to recovery.

    Jan 07 3:23 AM | Link | Comment!
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