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New manufacturers orders, vehicle sales, unemployment claims, rents, oil prices

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This component is going nowhere: Still trying to catch up from the oil capex collapse of 2016 and covid collapse: Not good: This is an all time low as people scramble to get extra jobs to deal with higher prices,like paying rent, for example: Oil prices taking a breather with the announcements of releases from strategic petroleum reserves. Price direction, however, is instead set by Saudi OSP premiums to benchmarks which were just raised for the 3rd month and this time to record highs. This puts a relentless upward bias to prices until Saudi pricing changes, and will propel what’s call inflation as well. And the higher prices can also trigger a sharp recession: The Commodities Feed: Saudi OSP raised to record highs

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New manufacturers orders, vehicle sales, unemployment claims, rents, oil prices

Still trying to catch up from the oil capex collapse of 2016 and covid collapse:

New manufacturers orders, vehicle sales, unemployment claims, rents, oil prices

Not good:
New manufacturers orders, vehicle sales, unemployment claims, rents, oil prices

This is an all time low as people scramble to get extra jobs to deal with higher prices,
like paying rent, for example:

New manufacturers orders, vehicle sales, unemployment claims, rents, oil prices

New manufacturers orders, vehicle sales, unemployment claims, rents, oil prices

Oil prices taking a breather with the announcements of releases from strategic petroleum reserves.

Price direction, however, is instead set by Saudi OSP premiums to benchmarks which were just raised for the 3rd month and this time to record highs.

This puts a relentless upward bias to prices until Saudi pricing changes, and will propel what’s call inflation as well. And the higher prices can also trigger a sharp recession:

New manufacturers orders, vehicle sales, unemployment claims, rents, oil prices

The Commodities Feed: Saudi OSP raised to record highs

WARREN MOSLER
Warren Mosler is an American economist and theorist, and one of the leading voices in the field of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). Presently, Warren resides on St. Croix, in the US Virgin Islands, where he owns and operates Valance Co., Inc.

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