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A 50bp rate hike is widely expected by the US Fed next week given high inflation and a tight jobs market. Looking further ahead, several Fed officials have suggested the central bank may not be in a position to cut interest rates until 2024,

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At this juncture, approach PPI & CPI by asking "Is it high enough to force Fed into a fourth 75-bp hike instead of the smaller 50-bp, which they signalled over the past 3 weeks?". 50-bp hike nxt week a no-brainer REGARDLESS of CPI. The challenge is what will Jan Feb CPI be

Even though PPI came in a bit hot, it has still decelerated, hence why the Fed will stay their course and do only 50 bp hike (IMO)

100 bp rally in the 30 yr time for a rest?

UPDATE 2-Aker BP approves increased $19 bln budget for oil and gas plan $KRBP $EQNR

#A4 Colnbrook Bypass clsd btw Stanwell Moor Rd and Sutton Lane due to serious rtc near the local bp garage. Affecting traffic heading btw the M25 and the M4 ps #roads 

Figured it out… I wanna be involved in vetting. I wanna vet. I wanna be someone who vets and who is a vetter. I truly believe I can vet as well as the best of them.

Danske Bank 1/2: #Fed  Preview - Tightening pressure persists into 2023 Despite the strong Nov Jobs Report and #ISM  Services, market seems convinced that #Fed  will deliver a 50bp hike in its meeting next week. While we acknowledge our earlier call for a larger hike seems unlikely,

Danske Bank 1/5: #ECB  Preview: A hawkish 50bp At next week's meeting, we expect the #ECB  to deliver a 50bp rate hike with a hawkish twist. Specifically, we expect the #ECB  to present key principles of the end to reinvestments under the APP process

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The profits of ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP and Shell have skyrocketed by 169% so far this year to $125 billion. While you were paying through the nose at the gas pump, Big Oil companies were using the cover of inflation to line their pockets. It's time for a windfall profits tax.

Oil Profits So Far This Year Exxon:⬆️203% to $43 billion Chevron:⬆️175% to $29 billion BP:⬆️161% to $22.8 billion Shell:⬆️133% to $30 billion Big Oil is using the war in Ukraine as an excuse to make obscene profits by jacking up gas prices. Yes. We need a windfall profits tax.

Big Oil's first quarter profits: Shell: $9.13 billion ExxonMobil: $8.8 billion Chevron: $6.5 billion BP: $6.2 billion Why not a windfall profits tax?

Here's how much profit Big Oil raked in last quarter: Shell: $9.1 billion Chevron: $6.3 billion BP: $6.2 billion Exxon: $5.4 billion They’re not raising prices to cover their costs—they’re raising prices to pad their profits.

Record breaking profits have been announced by oil giant BP. But exclusive research for this programme has revealed their north sea oil operations paid zero tax for five years. In fact, they've actually received money from the taxpayer. @heliaebrahimi  has the details. (1/3)

BREAKING: And wow!!! After BP, the deluge. Shell announces it's exiting all its joint-ventures with Gazprom, including its 27.5% stake in the Sakhalin-2 LNG facility. Shell carries those JV at $3 billion valuation on its books, and it's warning of impartments #Ukraine 

Shock. Shock. Shock. Gas prices are at the highest level in 7 years while Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Shell & BP made nearly $25 billion in profits last quarter – the highest level in over 7 years. The problem is not inflation. The problem is corporate greed, collusion & profiteering.

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