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Oil crashes again - what are the reasons and what prices to expect this month?

The price of oil continues to collapse amid extremely low consumption in Europe. Although growth in oil consumption in China and much of Asia remains on track, the sharp collapse in fuel demand in Europe has come as somewhat of a surprise to markets. Europe is becoming an increasingly poor part of the world, where the economic collapse continues and oil demand is at levels of 40 years ago. The leading countries in Europe, such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain, are behind the leaders in the collapse of fuel demand. And it's not because of electric cars. They are still a minor share of the market. Today, the price of oil continues its decline, after not particularly convincing data from China. Oil brand VTI fell to the level of $77.52, falling over $4.50 in the last 24 hours alone. World-Signals.som expects the decline to continue for a few more days, and very soon we can expect calls from OPEC and OPEC+ for a new meeting with the aim of reducing production. Until then, we expect BTI oil levels to fall below $72.

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Yen collapses against the dollar - should we expect an intervention?

We expect the Bank of Japan to intervene in the market to support the Yen in the next few hours. In the last few hours there has been a collapse of the Yen against the Dollar. While in the morning European session, the USDJPY was trading at levels around 149.50/149.80, it followed a decline of over 200 pips. It is possible that the Bank of Japan will wait for the start of the Asian session to intervene and tame the fall of the Yen. USDJPY reached 151.70 levels, but intervention fears seem to be stopping growth for now.

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Credit Suisse inquiry will keep files secret for 50 years, says report

There is definitely something very disturbing about keeping secret the collapse of this supposedly stable Swiss and world bank. 50 years??? - Thus, all persons responsible for this collapse will have lived their lives free of responsibility.

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