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Sevens Report Analysts Quoted in Market Watch on September 28th, 2022

U.S. oil prices settle back above $80 as Hurricane Ian forces production cuts

We have to acknowledge the dominant trend is still lower for the oil market right now but we do continue to look for the market to stabilize soon as we do not believe the combination of over-compliance by OPEC+, tight global physical markets, and the geopolitical uncertainty surrounding the war in Ukraine can be solely offset by concerns about the global economy…wrote analysts at Sevens Report Research, in a note. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Analysts Quoted in Market Watch on September 20th, 2022

Oil prices settle at a nearly 2-week low as an expected Fed rate hike may hurt energy demand

“We continue to believe that the oil market is in the process of finding its footing, However, a hawkish Fed this week could further stoke fears of a hard landing and spur a continued rally in the dollar, which would surely see the recent lows near $80/barrel tested into the weekend,” said analysts at Sevens Report Research, in a Tuesday newsletter. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Co-Editor Tyler Richey Quoted in Market Watch on September 21st, 2022

U.S. oil futures settle lower as Fed rate hike feeds worries about a recession

Higher rates are restrictive in nature, and likely to become a headwind on consumer spending including that on refined products like gasoline and diesel…said Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Analyst Quoted in Market Watch on September 19th, 2022

Gold retreats, holds near a more than 2-year low as investors await Fed decision

The new lows for gold have shifted our call on gold from neutral to bearish for the medium term. That will remain the case until we reach peak hawkishness with Fed expectations resulting in a top in the dollar and interest rates, both nominal and real, beginning to decline…analysts at Sevens Report Research wrote in Monday’s newsletter. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Co-Editor Tyler Richey Quoted in Market Watch on September 13th, 2022

Oil prices finish lower after stronger-than-expected U.S. inflation reading

The “hot” CPI print also brought a 100 basis point rate hike into play at the September meeting. A more aggressive Fed in the months ahead, “will choke off growth and ultimately weigh on broader consumer demand, including demand for refined products…said Tyler Richey, co-editor of Sevens Report Research. Click here to read the full article.

 

Sevens Report Co-Editor Tyler Richey Quoted in MorningStar on September 8th, 2022

Oil futures end higher as a recent drop to 7-month lows left prices ‘oversold’

Official U.S. government data revealed a “massive” weekly build in commercial U.S. crude stockpiles, leading to a “knee-jerk reaction” lower in oil prices…said Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Co-Editor Tyler Richey Quoted in Market Watch on September 8th, 2022

Oil futures finish higher on ‘oversold’ condition, despite a hefty weekly rise in U.S. supplies

Oil futures ended higher on Thursday, with prices near-term oversold, following Wednesday’s multi percentage-point drop to multi-month lows…said Tyler Richey, co-editor at Sevens Report Research. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Analysts Quoted in MorningStar on September 7th, 2022

Gold prices mark highest finish in more than a week

If the recent dynamic of rising rates, a firming dollar, and fading inflation expectations continues, it is only a matter of time until gold breaks down through the bulls’ ‘line in the sand’ at $1,680 and hits new lows for the year…analysts at Sevens Report Research wrote in Wednesday’s newsletter. Click here to read the full article.

Sevens Report Quoted in MorningStar on September 2nd, 2022

EMEA Morning Briefing: Stocks Seen Higher But Caution Likely Ahead of U.S. Jobs Report

The jobs report once again carries risks for stocks because if it runs ‘too hot,’ that will increase the prospects of more hikes and, more importantly, delay when markets expect rates will be cut, Sevens Report said. Click here to read the full article.

Tom Essaye Quoted in Market Watch on September 1st, 2022

What does Friday’s jobs report mean for the market? ‘Too hot’ and stocks could tumble, says market pro.

The labor market needs to show signs that it’s on the path to returning to a state of relative balance, where job openings are roughly the same as the number of people looking for jobs — and if it does not show that, then concerns about a more hawkish-for-longer Fed will rise, and that’s not good for stocks, wrote Tom Essaye, a former Merrill Lynch trader and the founder of the Sevens Report newsletter. Click here to read the full article.