We’ve been hearing many rumors about the latest news around the world today. Some are true, but many are not. Some of these are negative, while others are positive. I will say that the news today is the best it has been since the beginning of the month.
Let’s take a look at the positives. The worst part of the day was that it started with the news that the FEDs have decided to raise interest rates, which they plan to have us pay at a rate of roughly 13.2 cents (or roughly $1.00 today).
Yeah that’s right, it’s officially the ‘federal reserve’ and the ‘federal reserve’ has decided to raise interest rates. A rate that is just slightly in excess of the current price of oil. A rate that is only slightly less than the highest interest rates weve seen in the past. This is a big deal because the reason the FEDs first raised interest rates in the spring was because they were worried about the possibility of another collapse in the oil markets.
If you believe the rumors, the reason the FEDs raised the interest rate was because of increasing oil prices. It was also because the FEDs needed to keep the fed funds rate steady in a range that was deemed reasonable. By raising interest rates in the spring, the FEDs were able to avoid some of the worst consequences of a potential oil price spike, but they also prevented the FEDs from being forced to raise rates in the future.
The only real thing that’s really causing the oil market to collapse is the oil price index, which is still on the rise. The oil price index is simply an indicator of the economy’s relative strength, which is important if you’re looking at a market that is already in a bear mood.
But even so, we’re going to have to be careful in the future. The FEDs are going to have to raise the interest rates soon enough to make the market go down again, because that is the only way to prevent a collapse in the market. But, at the same time, we’re going to have to raise interest rates, to prevent them from going up again.
It would be a big mistake to think that the current oil price is the real price of oil. The real price is made up of many factors, many of which are intertwined. For example, the price of oil is not made up of the oil price alone. It is made up of all the costs that go with it, including the cost of production which is very much the same no matter what oil price you are talking about. And that increases the price of oil.
But oil prices won’t go down forever. At some point they will go down. But that will be a long time from now. The oil price is a long term price at which oil can be produced, transported, and sold. It’s a long term price, so if you want to protect yourself from an oil price decrease, you need to take steps now to protect yourself from long term price drops.
This means you should avoid buying oil at the local gas station. And you should buy your oil at a wellhead well as much of your oil you can afford, and it is cheaper to buy the oil in the wellhead well. Buying oil at the gas station is very risky because you are relying on the price of oil to drop. And the cost of gas will go up and up and up.