This was the early-market response to news that Saudi oil facilities had been struck by a suspected Iranian/Yemeni rebel drone strike: As the FT noted:Oil prices rose as much as 20 per cent to above .00 a barrel — the biggest percentage spike in almost three decades — as markets reopened after an attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure at the weekend cut more than half the country’s production.That’s one of the biggest moves in Brent prices in dollar terms in a single session in a very long time, if not ever.* And for the commodity markets that’s a big deal. Huge, in fact. Traders on the winning side of the bet will be laughing all the way to the bank right now. But there’s going to have been some serious fallout on the other side. We don’t know the extent to which natural
FT Alphaville considers the following as important:
This could be interesting, too:
Bradford DeLong writes Black: Cracking—Noted
Bradford DeLong writes Campos: The Trump Delusion—Noted
Bradford DeLong writes Higgins & Klitgaard: Japan’s Experience with Yield Curve Control—Noted
Bradford DeLong writes Time for Another Ethics Panel: Keyvan—Noted
This was the early-market response to news that Saudi oil facilities had been struck by a...