Cameron Hanover Daily Oil Recap (11/16/2010)

Cameron Hanover Daily Oil Recap (courtesy of www.fmxconnect.com)

Oil prices were significantly lower on Tuesday as a tidal wave of asset liquidation hit the markets. It started with a stronger US dollar, which poured cold water on commodities, and it spread into equities, which were down substantially on Tuesday. The DJIA ended the day down 178.47 to 11,023.50. The two “back” stories were the possibility of a eurozone bailout of Ireland, which was in ongoing negotiations, and the very real likelihood of Chinese monetary tightening. The first feature, the concerns over an Irish bailout, helped boost the US dollar. The fear of Chinese tightening helped raise worries over the world’s economic locomotive.

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