The goal is to try to inspire some type of economic enterprise. Despite the signs of some rebound in the economy new health care programs and new financial regulation bills are leading to uncertainty and economic immobility. The Fed worried about another deflationary spiral that had seemed to be gaining momentum as the market anticipated a reduction of the fed balance sheet. The Fed fears that if they start to remove this stimulus that then it is possible that this nascent recovery make roll over and die. Of course it is clear that the Fed cannot do this alone. Down in Washington its still politics over common sense as the recovery falters.
Of Course for oil this means the market is expecting more commodity price inflation. On Friday oil again tried to focus on the fact that the country has the biggest glut of oil since the late nineties when prices seemed to struggle to stay above $10 a barrel. Now of course oil bulls can find comfort in the fact that the Fed won't let prices break without a fight.
Of course if the Fed fails to talk about a movement towards a more natural stance as in reinvesting its money then oil could be in for a major break. Come on, even the most ardent oil bulls at this point now realize that their fortune is the result of printed money. And to maintain these prices against a backdrop of lousy demand and glutinous supply they need the Fed to keep the printing presses going.
Wave Watch! There is no a third tropical wave down in the atlantic that according to the NHC has a 70% Chance of becoming a cyclone. The NHC says that a WELL-DEFINED LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM LOCATED ABOUT 1000 MILESEAST-NORTHEAST OF THE LEEWARD ISLANDS IS MOVING WEST-NORTHWESTWARD AT 10 TO 15 MPH. ALTHOUGH SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY REMAINSLIMITED AND DISORGANIZED...ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS MAY BECOME A LITTLE MORE CONDUCIVE FOR A TROPICAL DEPRESSION TO FORM DURING THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. THERE IS A HIGH CHANCE...70 PERCENT...OF THIS SYSTEM BECOMING A TROPICAL CYCLONE DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS.
One spoil after another The AFP is reporting that the Indian coastguard was trying Monday to contain oil from a badly-listing container ship that collided with another vessel near the city of Mumbai, a defense ministry spokesman said. Six coastguard ships were working to minimize the impact of the spill from the Panamanian-registered MSC Chitra, while a coastguard helicopter dropped oil-dispersal spray on the slick, Capt. M. Nambiar said. Environmental emergency teams have been put on alert to mobilize for a cleanup operation, while fishermen have been told not to put to sea until the all-clear has been given. Oil had spread around the ship and could be carried further depending on the tide and current.
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