Thursday, 24 December 2015

Financial Orbit wrap 24/12/15

Five sentences or graphics which sum up the Financial Orbit output over the last 24 hours across the website, twitter account and anything else thought about...

1. Oil – big bounce yesterday helped by the inventory data. Interesting to note that if you look all the way back to 1920 -- when the EIA's data on crude oil stocks begins -- December stands out for having the biggest drops in oil inventories of any month.  However stocks have built by 3.2 million barrels on average in January since 1921. Fascinating link here.

2. US fixed income - the 10 Treasury in late December pretty much where it started 2015 (headline yield terms at least):


(h/t @richwesgoodman)

3. Hmm, doesn't look a classic retail Xmas season "Sales brought forward as millions forget festivities to grab deals "



4. Pleased my 3 tips cap only just over +10% on ave "REVIEWED: ShareProphets writers share tips of the year for 2015 "

5. And finally...of course it has to be Merry Christmas to all Financial Orbit readers.  There will be new content every day on the site but first...some Christmas cheer. 


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